To begin your practice, find an open field without tall obstacles, such as trees and buildings. If you can start practicing on a light or no wind day. As you get better, begin flying in windier conditions. Flying in windier conditions will improve your flying abilities.
Check out the full article here, Becoming A Better Drone Pilot – Part 1
Fly safe and have fun!
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