I'd suggest sticking in film mode at first, but be aware it is slow to turn. Fly in a large open space without any obstructions and take off with the rear of the Anafi towards you. That way it's easier to orientate as pushing the right stick forward makes it go forward, stick left and it goes left etc. If you get confused, let go of the sticks and it will hover and give you time to get sorted out. If you get too close to something turn the nose to the obstruction if possible, and draw back on the right stick to reverse away. Sometimes going up will take you out of harm's way. Keep well within line of sight to begin with and I'd avoid big altitudes until you are confident in the controls and reliability of the drone. There are ways to deal with loss of orientation providing you can see the drone, but that is perhaps for another time. Good luck!