Over the last two years of running Drone Launch Academy, I’ve discovered the key ingredients behind how some drone pilots are able to work only with high-end clients and charge thousands, while others struggle to get by.
Some were recently retired from their years of hard work and wanted to make some side income by flying drones.
Some were in jobs that paid the bills (but not one they were passionate about) and saw drones as a way to forge a new path into an exciting and lucrative field.
They got some money together, went out and bought the latest DJI drone, set it up and learned how to fly it around without killing any innocent bystanders, maybe they filmed a cool video of their kids or grandkids playing soccer.
Then they went out to try to find some of this fabled and luxurious “drone pilot work”!
Maybe you’ve tried some of their approaches…
You walk up to a real estate agent and offer to take some drone photos and video of a listing they have. The real estate agent asks you how much you charge. You tell them your price. They get back to you and say, “well, my friend’s 14-year-old nephew just got a drone and he can do it for half the price. Sorry.”
Or maybe you head over to one of the popular drone job sites on the internet. Clients just lining up to give you work? Sounds great!
But then you look at the payouts… $50 to take some photos of a property that’s an hour away. $100 to shoot some video that’s going to take you half a day with drive time.
At that rate you might be better off getting a job at your local fast food joint.
(Don’t get me wrong, at the very beginning, it might be worth taking some of those low paying gigs so you can get some flying experience and test out the waters.)
But you aren’t going to make a satisfying living doing that type of work. And did you really jump into the drone industry to be making peanuts on small gigs?
This course will teach you everything you need to know to be able to create and edit jaw-dropping drone videos that will wow potential clients!
It’s taken Alex YEARS of blood, sweat, and tears (well, maybe just sweat and tears) in order to gain the expertise and skill that he teaches you in this course. These are the same post-production and video editing techniques that Alex uses for his clients that pay him thousands of dollars per gig.
You might be thinking, “Well, that all sounds great, but how do I know it’s any good?”
This is our first time ever opening up the Post-Production Pro course, but we previously launched a mini-course on video editing, also taught by Alex, which only taught a fraction of what’s inside of Post-Production Pro, and students loved it.
“Thanks! I learned a lot! Especially about ingesting the video and using the proxies! This made my entire workflow so much better!”
- Jason Hoegle
“I am forever thankful … I love Alex's teaching style!”
- Terell Moorer
“It helped me finally overcome my fear of using Premier Pro.”
- Kyle Sheffer
“I really appreciate your well-paced and specific instructions. Though I have used some Adobe tools in the past, it was mostly tinkering without a clear objective. Needless to say, your direction was very helpful.”
- Paul Hubner
“Thanks Alex for your informative tutorial… I now have the knowledge to start making my own videos.”
- Mike Long
“I don't have Adobe Premiere yet but I tried to practice some of the things I learned from Alex… I learned much more than this shows! Thanks for the course!”
- Kevin Burns
“Loved all of his videos – so helpful!!”
- Maddy Washburn
“Thank you so much for the course, it was very interesting!! I [learned] a lot!”
- Nicola Ianeselli
“I am pleased with how much I learned. I used DaVinci Resolve 14 to edit. Though not Adobe Premier, I was able to transfer the lessons learned. Thanks again.”
- Steve Kokko
Since this is the first time we are releasing Post-Production Pro, we wanted to sweeten the deal a bit, so we decided to also include Aerial Photo Pro: Fast Track to Pro Photos.
In this add on course, Alex teaches you how to make epic looking drone photos using Adobe Lightroom and other software.
We are going to sell this as a separate course in the future, but for this launch only, we are including it for FREE.
Since this is our first launch, we wanted to try to pack in as much value as humanly possible for you to help make it an easy decision.
Let’s recap what you’ll get when you sign up for Post-Production Pro…
I know online courses often give themselves outrageous values to show “what a deal” you’ll be getting, but Alex and I honestly tried to put an accurate number on each of these items, based on what else is out there.If you take a look, I think you’d find the about the same numbers.
But, if you add all that up it comes to over $4,300 in stuff that comes with this course.
Since it’s our first launch, and we want to make it as accessible as possible to everyone on the first go around, we are offering the course this time for either a one-time payment of $197 or 3 monthly payments of $79 each.
Alex and I were going back and forth, even in the middle of the night on Monday night on if we should make it more expensive, but we decided to keep the price where it is.
Enrollment is open until Friday, May 25th, at midnight Eastern Time.
Let me be clear. The price will DEFINITELY go up the next time we decide to open the course. So if you want to get in while it’s still cheap, now’s your chance.
(Also, the Aerial Photo Pro course will be sold as a separate add on the next time we open the course back up for new enrollments).
Alex and I are so confident that you will be blown away by what you’re getting with the course, that we’ve included a 30-day, no questions asked, Post-Production Pro Guarantee.
If you sign up before the enrollment window closes, try out the course, and decide that it wasn’t worth the $197 (or $79 for 3 months), then just let us know and we will refund your money on the same day.
No hard feelings. No questions asked.
We literally want to take all the risk on this.So go ahead and CLICK BELOW to sign up! Get in there and start becoming a Post-Production Pro right now!
Alex Harris is an accomplished drone pilot, videographer, photographer, and film editor.
He has worked on projects for large networks and corporations such as HGTV, Nike, Intel, ESPN, and Discovery Health.
As a former Hollywood editor for network TV and film, Alex has edited everything from animated features to broadcast television to commercials.
His work has carried him all over the world, working on projects from LA to Europe.
Alex is excited to partner with Drone Launch Academy in order to make professional aerial photography, cinematography, and video editing skills accessible to everyone, even those who don't have any experience working with drones or professional editing software.