Aerial Photography & Aerial Video

Using the latest UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) technology we are able to provide aerial photography solutions bridge the gap between ground-based aerial photography systems, manned helicopters and planes. All of the services that we offer can be achieved from a small take and landing footprint causing minimum disturbance and noise to your clients.

We also follow a strict Health & Safety policy, completing a comprehensive a risk assessment and method statements before each job to ensure that all work is carried out is to the highest standard.

 

Public and Charitable Buildings and Estates

National trust estates and other significant charitable buildings have benefitted from increasing their visibility and allowing the public to see more than was previously possible.  The ongoing maintenance work at properties like these can be monitored and used to keep members and friends of these public and private sites of interest abreast of progress.

 

Residential Property

We can provide an almost limitless range of vantage points from altitudes of 10 – 125 metres above the ground at an oblique tilt or even plan view which to get the best image of the property that you are selling.  It allows not only the house to be seen at its best, but also surrounding gardens and land that borders the property, allowing potentially interested parties to fully appreciate what is on offer.

Commercial Property

When trying to sell commercial property an emphasis on the positive aspects of the site’s location and its prime position within the local infrastructure is critical. Aerial photography provides the perfect eye-catching image that provides your customer with an instant feel for the property and location.

We offer a service that includes a range of shots to enable you to choose the most appropriate approach for your needs and your customer’s needs, these include:-

  • Close up – showing signage and overall condition and site layout
  • Immediate locale – showing the local surroundings, access roads, car parks, amenities, etc.
  • Relative locale – showing your building in relation to other high profile businesses in the area
  • Wide – showing the local transport and road links and your site’s relationship to the city centre, motorway access points, rail or road links