Learn how to capture the best images and footage from the most effective angles using a small-unmanned aircraft, otherwise known as a drone. Drone flight is catching on fast, but the rules regarding safety are changing on a daily basis. This intense 3 hour workshop will teach flight fundamentals and operational best practices, as well as creative techniques, culminating in a real world demonstration of drone aircraft.
- maximum capacity: 8
- 3 hours of instruction
Instructor: Yvonne SungYvonne Sung is a film writer and director. She finished her studies in Image Arts: Film Studies at Ryerson University. Sung is currently a freelance videographer and a student in digital marketing at George Brown College.
Yvonne has always been passionate about writing and directing ever since she was in high school. Her film education started while first came in contact with the two biggest film festivals in North American: TIFF and Hot Docs, Sung watched and learned from hundreds of films over the course of 8 years.
Sung started her own freelance videography business: SUNG FILMOGRAPHY when she was in University. She covers various video projects including weddings, corporate interviews, promotional videos and short docs on different topics. She’s efficient with drone flying; different DSLRs including Canon 5D Series, Panasonic GH4 and Sony A7 Series; sound recording system: Zoom H4N Recorder; camera stabilizer: Zhiyun Crane.
After graduation, Sung became an Assistant Director at Directors Guild of Canada. She saw how sets of hundreds function and how multimillion-funded shows run.
As a woman of colour and immigrant brought up in Taiwan, Sung understands the complexities of multiculturalism and liberal values from western education and lifestyle. Sung’s career goal is to tell stories about women, people of colour and underrepresented groups.
|$0 ||all-in or workshop member|
|$10 ||production member|