Become a Pro Drone Filmmaker | By Tom's Tech Time
What you'll learn
- How to create professional videos with your drone
- How to tell a story instead of just mixing up random clips
- How to find the ideal equipment for your needs (and not overspend!)
- How to manage all daytimes and weather phenomenons
- Execution of a professional drone shooting (Perspectives, Compositions, et cetera)
- Adobe Premiere Pro CC Basics and Introduction
- How to color correct and stylize drone videos
- And much more
- The willingness to become a pro-grade aerial videographer
- Ideally a drone (for demonstration purposes I use DJI drones)
- Ideally a computer for editing drone videos
Are you tired of filming aerials that don't excite your audience?
Don't worry, you've come to the right place. Let me teach you how to shoot professional aerial videos with your drone.
I will teach you everything you need to know to boost your skills, become a pro and never ever record boring videos with your drone again.
But who am I trying to make you enroll in my course? A newbie? A hobbyist? Or a true professional?
My name is Tom David Frey. Filmmaking and droning are two of my greatest passions - and they're also my profession.
I work in the professional drone industry for more than six years. And shooting film is part of my DNA. I grew up shooting videos (short films, documentaries, ...) and won prizes in several countries (f.e. Germany, France, Denmark, and the US).
Also, you might already know me from YouTube, where more than 200.000 people follow my work and enjoy my content.
But now, let's focus on the course. What do you get?
5+ hours of video lessons
Plenty of knowledge quizzes
Years of experience packed into one thrilling course
I want to find out (and so should you before enrolling) if the course is actually what you're looking for. Let's get started with some questions.
Have you ever wondered why recordings that looked great while shooting turned out flat and dull?
Have you asked yourself whether capturing professional-grade aerials is at all possible with a consumer drone?
Did you come to the conclusion that other people's aerials must look better because they can travel to exotic locations and seem to have better gear? Better drones, better software, better editing computers?
I know all of these questions myself. And how they often make you feel. They can turn great passion into a major disappointment.
After countless hours of research, endless talks with industry leaders, and hundreds of shootings, I discovered how professionals capture aerials. And I will share my knowledge with you in this one-of-a-kind course.
Don't expect to be bored or overwhelmed.
Creating this course has taken me one full year. I have never released that much information about aerial cinematography before.
I know what it takes to become an aerial professional because I took the same path as you.
You will learn everything that you need to know to capture professional aerials with your drone. If you enroll, study diligently, and, most importantly, practice, you will become a professional aerial videographer.
Six main categories of videos will teach you everything you need to know:
General course, safety and flight Information
Developing a story
Picking the best gear and preparing a drone shoot
Weather and daytimes
Aerial videography (this is the most important category of all and by far holds the most lessons)
Within these categories, the course covers a broad range of topics, such as:
Which drone to buy
Planning and preparing for an aerial shooting
How to find unique locations
What's the best time of the day to shoot aerials?
Can I shoot aerials while it snows or rains?
Everything you need to know about filters
Common mistakes and how to avoid them
The best aerial perspectives
Compositions that will make your aerials stand out
How to add excitement to your aerials
How to handle high-res videos on a low-budget computer
Special tricks to enhance your aerials in post-production
... and many more!
Stay tuned, fly safe, and elevate your vision!
Your Tom David Frey
Who this course is for:
- Enthusiastic Beginners who want to create drone videos that amaze the audience
- Advanced Drone Operators who want to broaden and strengthen their skills
- Ambitious Filmmakers who need to integrate aerial perspectives
My name is Tom David Frey, I was born in 1992. A few years ago, I started teaching people how to fly drones on YouTube. My audience grew over time and (at the moment, in August 2018) more than 180.000 people follow my hints, tricks and techniques on how to fly drones and achieve the most amazing results when taking aerial photographs or when recording film.