Capturing Images and Video from DJI’s Latest Aerial Platforms
by Sandy Balzer
posted on 06-28-2017
This post was written by Laura Schutz, Event Marketing Manager at DJI. DJI is a 2017 MAX partner. We’d like to thank all our 2017 MAX partners who help make the conference possible.
What to Expect this year at the DJI Booth
DJI’s activation will focus on the new aerial platforms: Spark, and Mavic. We’ll demonstrate the key differences between products, specifically how the DJI Spark’s advanced gesture controls allow users to launch, direct, and land the drone with the palm of a hand. We’ll take “selfies” in the booth with the DJI Spark, by waving our hand at Spark’s camera and using our fingers to create the photo gesture.
At the booth, we’ll pair the DJI Mavic with the DJI Goggles, enabling users to control the aircraft’s camera yaw and tilt with their head. The immersive First Person View (FPV) Goggles, have complete Intelligent Flight integration, creating a totally new flying experience.
We’ll compare footage from the Mavic and Spark, highlighting the Mavic Pro’s more powerful camera capable of shooting 4K video (as opposed to Spark’s 1080p video), longer flight times, and an OcuSync transmission system.
DJI’s partner, Drone Nerds will offer a 5% discount to DJI products during Adobe MAX.
DJI Drones and Creative Cloud, elevate your image!
This session will be presented by DJI expert Colin Smith, founder of PhotoshopCAFE.com and will take place on October 18, 217 at 1:45pm.
Colin will discuss the best ways to capture photographs and video footage from DJI’s latest aerial imaging platforms. The session will explore the best way to process photos and videos using Adobe Creative Cloud to bring out the best in each photo and video clip for stunning and professional results.
The course will teach:
- Top 5 tips for shooting photos with a drone
- Top 5 trips for shooting cinematic video with a drone
- Which is drone is the for you?
- How to process aerial photographs
- Tips and tricks for the ultimate aerial photograph
- How to add a cinematic color grade to your videos
- Tips and tricks to make videos better
Topics: Photography, Video & Audio
Products: Photoshop, Creative Cloud