Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) is a fast growing field with countless application possibilities. One of the fastest growing uses of UAS is the industry of aerial videography and photography. The demand for aerial cinematography can be found throughout a diverse array of industries including media and cinema, real estate, scientific research, and the government and private sectors. As part of this growing industry in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon State will have many opportunities to establish itself as a center of unmanned systems science, research and commercialization.
Week 1: Developing a drone video/photo business | History of aerial videography
Week 2: Cinematography and editing techniques
Week 3: Creating Professional Panoramas
Week 4: 3D Mapping and Inspection
Week 5: Cinematography 2 and Flight Night
Week 6: Real Estate Videos and Photos
Week 7: Content Creation and Editing 1 (portfolio project)
Week 8: Content Creation and Editing 2 (portfolio project)
Our instructor, Josh Friedman, is a professional film maker, video producer, photographer, and composer who specializes in aerial cinematography and photography. He is the founder, creator, coordinator, and a presenter at the National Drone Educators Conference. Check out the video below to see some of Josh's work:
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|From||Oregon State University|
|Length||Eight Weeks (5 hours per week)|
|Price||$675 for full certificate|
|Subjects||Business, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership|
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