The use of Multi-rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), aka drones, has increased significantly in both civil and public sector applications in recent years. Ranging from aerial photography and filmmaking to industrial survey, smart agriculture, mapping, as well as search and rescue. With advancing technology and experienced experts, the UAV industry is developing rapidly in commercial applications.
The popular post-production choice for titles, special effects, motion graphics, and green screen (compositing), Adobe After Effects is a must for advanced projects in film, television, and web/digital production. In this introductory course, you will work with real project footage and explore After Effects' huge array of capabilities. In addition to becoming familiar with the software's interface and powerful tools, the course introduces you to the delivery requirements of a special effects editing team and the picture fixing capability of the software.
This certificate immerses you in our shared digital reality and builds awareness and competencies with popular social media tools that are found within. Designed for the working professional, self-employed, or person in the midst of a career transition, the courses are geared towards questions of professional and personal brand marketing, entrepreneurial and business success, analytics, and trends.
This intro level training workshop focuses on technical capabilities, regulatory requirements, operational workflow, and hardware components for multi-rotor UAVs. This course is geared specifically for image capture and processing and will help students understand the fundamentals of commercial UAV operations for business. In addition, you will be exposed to different system configurations, assembly and components including camera gimbal, payload, and post image processing.
Today's edition of 'At Humber' features a special focus on the Radio Humber Hall of Fame inductees - who will be honoured Friday March 24th at the 45th Anniversary celebration of the Radio Humber program.