Brandon Mueller has spent his career primarily in video production, producing a wide range of content across many industries. Ever the student of technology, especially as it relates to cameras, the idea of putting a camera in the air in spots previously inaccessible caused an immediate curiosity, and thus started his fascination with drones. Brandon teaches Digital Media Technology, as well as leads the Drone Certificate program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, WI. He also produces corporate video content, with or without drones, through his business, Shoot. Edit. Deliver.
Drones for Photography and Videography, An Overview
Friday, June 15th, 2018
8:45 A.m. to 10:00 a.M.
Room: Grand D
They’ve become a very commonplace topic of discussion in our culture, our homes, workplaces and social networks. The news is frequently covering some story, positive and negative, about this technology that has captured our attention and fascination. Drones are here, and can be very useful with some practice and understanding of how the technology works. In this session, we will look at the basics of drone law and how it has changed over the last few years, who some of the major manufacturers are and what products they offer, and how these products are being used across industries, especially in journalism for photography and videography.