Aerial photography

Aerial Photography Gets Slick for the Digital Era

Ranging from farmers to geographers, festival organizers,  right up to wedding planners looking to offer something different, a growing need for quality aerial photos has never been more real. We are in the digital era – we used to only have advertising agencies for all our business-to-client communication needs. At some point we entered a technological evolution that gave birth to digital agencies and this added new avenues to communicate through. As a result, digital experiences of the world are becoming more insightful and useful into our day-to-day lives. Aerial Photography serves as one of many other examples of such experiences.

Farmers use aerial photographs and videos to apply more precise interventions and techniques to their crop and life stock. Precision agriculture is a farming management concept based on observing and responding to intra-field variations. Below is a video depicting some of the technicalities of how these revolutionary bots are helping farmers get better yields from their harvests.

Instead of relying on a large production company, all we need in these modern times is a remote-controlled drone, otherwise called an unmanned-aerial-vehicle (UAV) by hobbyists, and based camera equipment. The best place to be paired with a reliable aerial photographer is at DroneSnap, which is a network for both drone operators and potential clients looking to acquire one of the many possible services that this technology offers.

From live concerts to mountain bike races, drones can provide those amazing aerial photos that you just can’t get from the ground. Drones allow for one person to do the work that would have probably needed a helicopter, a pilot and a camera operator. The video below gives a great idea of what is possible with drones and how vast their capabilities can go in event situations.



Photo Credit: Ultralux