Aerial and planning Photography by Michael Axel at FilmIdol.com

Aerial photography has become more attainable for many businesses with the production of affordable UAV’s (unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones). We have a fleet of drones used for everything from inspection of towers, tanks, and other hard-to reach places, or places that would be much more costly and dangerous to explore manually.

Our drones are used in agriculture to examine irrigation layouts, dry spots, count cattle and other livestock. It can also be used by planners and others who need a current view of the land they are working on. Before and after images are important, and architects and realtors know the value of using good aerial images in marketing a home and driving top dollar for the seller.

The opportunities with aerial photography are extraordinary. Our fleet is registered with and we conform to all FAA rules.

Our fleet of UAVs is stable and produces both still images, and cinematic motion picture video. Have you ever been blown away by a big screen TV at a big-box store, and how sharp the video is? That’s because it is 4k (Ultra High Definition – UHD) video, and all of our UAVs produce that quality of image.

When you need higher altitude photography, we also work with aviation firms to provide the ride while we do the photography. We have been doing aerial photography for three decades.

Aerial and planning Photography by Michael Axel at FilmIdol.com

In realty and estate sales, a view from a higher elevation allows the
buyer to get a better idea of the surrounding. In this case, the buyer
can see the front of this beautiful home, but also the gorgeous ocean
beyond it. A straight image from the street or driveway would not
allow this view. Aerial work for realty also allows shooting over
high fences, landscaping, and other problems, giving you a clear
picture of the home.

Aerial and planning Photography by Michael Axel at FilmIdol.com Aerial and planning Photography by Michael Axel at FilmIdol.com

For property managers, the ability to get a current view of their
property allows them to see if there are problems with garbage,
illegal burning, abandoned cars, and other issues. In the planning
photo to the right, problem grass areas were identified for replacement
and a clear idea of a new walkway could be factored into renovations
to this park.

Aerial photography for this agricultural analysis of a grass field, showed the problem was not with irrigation. Photo by Michael Axel at FilmIdol.com Aerial photography for this agricultural analysis of a grass field, showed the problem was not with irrigation. Photo by Michael Axel at FilmIdol.com

An oblique view (top) and top view (bottom) proved to a rancher that the
grass field was browning, not because of irrigation problems. Instead of
wasting money to fix irrigation problems, a soil analysis proved the field
was turning alkaline and needed to be switched to a different type of crop.

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