Aerial Photography

Once the preserve of large brands with extensive budgets, the widespread availability of drones has allowed SMEs and smaller enterprises to benefit from these spectacular images. We offer aerial photography, video, and filming solutions to ensure that you have the best possible images of your location or event.

ATTACK OF THE DRONES

AERIAL LOCATION IMAGES

Photographs are taken with a radio-controlled octocopter and hexacopter, using our advanced photographic and video equipment so you do not compromise on clarity or image quality.

Our reliance on drones rather than helicopters or higher buildings means that aerial shots can be taken anywhere with clear flying space – we can even take aerial photographs of enclosed rooms if the ceilings are high enough.

This technology is perfect for producing images of extensive grounds or beautiful buildings – offering a bird’s eye view means that you can portray the size and stature of your premises or simply put an event into context.

CIVIL AVIATION APPROVAL

Every project we undertake has full planning and authorisation from the CAA ensuring your always keeping in-line with existing laws. It is now a criminal offence to shoot your own drone footage for use valuable consideration without approval. These laws are constantly changing as this new industry is still finding it’s feet.

Please speak to one of our team to find out more about the drone laws and restrictions and to get advice on seeking the proper civil aviation authority required.

ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE

These images can be combined with traditional video or used individually. As with all photography and video production, we deliver professionally edited footage for use on social media and on your website.

While lower prices have opened up the option of aerial photography to a much wider market, it’s still not widely used. Adding another perspective to your site can really make you stand out from the competition.

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