Drone Photography & Video
Drone photography provides unique perspectives that can be enhance your real estate marketing campaign. National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) indicate that using drones for real estate is quickly becoming the industry’s new normal.
73% of homeowners say that they are more likely to list with a real estate agent who uses video to market their home; however, only 9% of agents use aerial photos and videos in their listings.
For drone footage, video editing is key to creating a polished final product. For drone photos, proper color grading is essential to correct flaws in the original image and create professional products. Color grading is the process of adjusting the colors in a photo to create a certain mood or effect. By using color grading, photographers can make a photo look brighter or darker, increase or decrease contrast.
All of our products include professional post production and color grading using state of the art software. Re-edits and web hosting are included with each product.
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Businesses are using this unique perspective to advertise their corporate buildings. Drones provide a view that can be used to showcase the property in a new and exciting way.
Drone imagery can be combined with satellite data to show the property location relative to local attractions, schools, access to major roads, and shopping centers.
Create awesome view of your town’s city center and shopping areas residents and tourists.
Advertise your area’s local attractions and hot spots. Stunning videos and photos show your town to everyone.
Visual reports can also be sent to customers, helping them to stay informed about how things are progressing in terms of time and budget
Drones can visually inspect large assets in hazardous locations. This improves safety of asset inspection and analysis.
Drones can perform regular site surveys to establish a record of progress.
Drones provide up-to-date visuals to identify mistakes early, avoiding rework that wastes time and materials