Drone photography has become one of the biggest growth areas in photography in recent years. The ability to put a high-quality camera in the sky and capture stunning aerial photographs of the landscape below is extremely compelling, and the results can be out of this world. In this article, you’ll discover eight tips which will help you understand the practical, safety and legal considerations, which equipment you’ll need, where to go to get vital training and certification (if you plan to work commercially), and show you breathtaking examples of drone photography.
2.2 Specify How You Want To Add The Photos To The Catalog
In the top center of the import window, specify how you want to add the photos to the catalog:
Copy As DNG: Copies photos to the folder you choose and converts any camera raw files to the Digital Negative (DNG) format.
Copy: Copies the photo files to the folder you choose, including any sidecar files.
Move: Moves the photo files to the folder you choose, including any sidecar files. Files are removed from their current location.