Drone Photography

Workshop


Nov 8th,

9:00am — 12:00pm


Location: Sam Fox School

About The Workshop

Drone Photography will provide students with an introduction to the equipment, processes, and regulations of drone operations. The workshop will focus on using drones to capture still imagery, but will discuss and share examples of other operations performed with drones, such as: photogrammetry, aerial mapping, and video.

Cross Disciplinary Connections

Drones are an evolving technology that offer professionals in design and visual art fields new ways to produce maps, capture still and moving imagery, and interpret spaces. Students in a variety of fields -- architecture, visual arts, communication design, etc, --- may find utility in the drone capture medium.

Takeaways

During the workshop, participants will create, edit, and print a set of images taken with a drone.

Resources for Continued Investigation

Web-based resources:
FAA resources on Unmanned Aircraft Systems: https://www.faa.gov/uas/
AOPA resources on Unmanned Aircraft Systems: https://www.aopa.org/training-and-safety/drone-pilots

Next Steps

The Photography area offers a course in Drone Photography, which should be offered again in Fall 2020.

Instructors

  • Meghan Kirkwood

    TBD


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The last day to sign up is the Monday before the workshop. You will be contacted that Monday if you have signed up.

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