Drones are also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) are one of the most advanced devices or tools you can use. They are operated by remote control, high-end drones commonly allow for the drone to be programmed, which allows the drone to safely fly on their own using special software that guides the drone on controlled flight plans with the help of GPS.
Aerial photography can be seen as the taking of pictures and video from the air without the support of a ground-based structure. Aerial photographs are therefore taken with the use of Drones or UAV's, Helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft among others. Most people nowadays use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's) or Quad-copter to do aerial photography.
What is the normal flight time of a Drone?
Flight time will differ between the type of Drone and weather conditions, an advance Drone can fly 20-30 minutes.
What is your turnaround time?
We think its great when clients give us one week's notice prior to a shoot; however, we often aren't afforded that much time and are happy to help you more quickly if you need it. We can deliver edited still photos within 24hrs following the time of the shoot.
For most projects, we deliver edited photos to you via Google Drive within 24hrs following the completion of the shoot. If your project requires additional post-processing work including, video editing, image stitching, delivery time can take 2-4 working days. You will receive an email that includes a link to your online photo gallery where you can download all of these files to a local device.
Do I need to be onsite for the shoot?
It is typically not necessary for you to be on-site for the shoot; however you are welcome to join us on the shoot, scheduling times might be delayed as this will have to be coordinated with multiple parties.
We will share our project intake form with you prior to scheduling the project. This form allows you to describe your preferences, goals, and objectives in full detail. Most of our clients choose to communicate online or over the phone.