Unfortunately, there’s more to a drone’s camera than just point and shoot, which of course you can do if you want and for sure you’ll get some pretty good photos. But to push on to taking truly spectacular photos and even perhaps reach the heady heights of Ansel Adams or Annie Leibovitz of the photography world. Well then first you have to learn how the myriad of drone camera settings work and what all their strange coded names actually mean.
It’s a little intimidating at first, but with a bit of study and practice it’ll soon become 2nd nature to you, and you’ll be setting your camera up effortlessly to take your prize winning photo. With of course the help of our drone camera settings tutorial info graphic.
Now that the arcane mysteries of exposure, aperture, shutter speed, etc. have been unlocked for you, do what any aspiring drone photographer does and practice, practice, practice! Don’t forget to share your pictures on SkyPixel or DJI Facebook owners groups and receive some constructive criticism from the photography professionals that frequent those web pages.
Thanks to DJI for this post.
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