PolarPro Offers Cinematography by Drone Lessons

PolarPro EDU will launch with a live, one-on-one video conference focused on drone content creation.

PolarPro, drone accessory developers and filmmakers, have launched an educational program, PolarPro EDU to provide “new and experienced content creators” an opportunity to learn more about cinematic drone content creation.

The 'Intro to Aerial Cinematography' course is intended for entry level pilots who are looking to learn the core skills needed to create high-end aerial content. While the session has some structure to it, PolarPro says the one-on-one sessions will allows its instructors to customize the lesson according to need.

“While some novice pilots may want a general tutorial on basics of drone flight, more advance cinematic techniques are just a question away,” states Jeff Overall, Co-founder & CEO.

“As we have continued to develop our solutions-focused product lines, we interact with content creators of all skill levels, and we found that pilots of every skill level are eager to learn from the industry’s best. The work interactively with a professional drone pilot is usually reserved for apprentice pilots trying to get into the industry, with our PolarPro EDU sessions, this access is available to anyone.”

PolarPro EDU will offer sessions for wedding photographers, real estate specialists and other targeted seminars.

The individualized one-hour drone training sessions cost $149.99.

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