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Aerial Photography

CAA approved UAV/drone pilot.

Aerial photography & videography for events, documentaries, real estate, roof and site surveys in Oxfordshire.

Aircraft equipped with 4K video capability and 20mp stills photography camera.

Aerial View of Farmer - (Drone Photography)

Who needs drone photography?

Aerial drone video & stills photography has been tremendously impactful for numerous industries to improve their efficiency of time and financial costs.

Imagine how much effort and expense would be required to check the roof of an old church for damage. You would likely have to hire a scaffolding company, wait for them to make their safety assessments, get approval from insurance to go ahead with inspection, wait for the scaffold team to safely erect it and only then might a surveyor be able to access it, physically climbing around.

On the other hand, a qualified drone operator would be able to make the safety assessments in far less time and capture detailed images of every inch within an hour.          

Some other common applications for drones are:

Landscape Gardens
Golf Courses
Property Showcases
Event Footage
 Fly-Round Garden Tours
Construction Sites
Stockpile Surveys
Roof Inspections & Surveys
Gutter & Fascia Fly-Round
Wind Turbine & Solar Farm Inspections

and so many more.

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Drone Safe Register

Qualified & Safe.

The use of unmanned aircraft (known simply to most as drones) is fast becoming commonplace.

Unfortunately, many are unaware of the care required for safety and the laws that must be adhered to when commissioning a pilot. 

Any drone pilot receiving payment for aerial work is legally required to have CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) permission and valid commercial insurance. 

Hiring a pilot without these can land you and the pilot in serious trouble with the authorities. 

By ensuring that your drone pilot has these taken care of, you can rest assured that you are employing the services of an approved drone pilot who operates in accordance with UK/ ROI drone laws and thus avoid damaging your safety records and someone else’s property.

Camera Skills

As essential to using a pilot with high regard for safety and aircraft protocols is having a camera operator that understands light, photographic composition and the aircraft's operation for smooth camera movement. That is, of course, if you care about having good quality visuals.

Aerial Views for Conservation

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Aerial Views to assist in Property Sales

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Aerial Photography to show construction progress

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Aerial video progress record during construction

Night-ops certified, insured by FLOCK with permission (PfCO) from the Civil Aviation Authority and registered on Dronesafe Register.

I also hold an Advanced DBS certificate and a license from the Security Industry Authority. 

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