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Aerial Property Photos

Drones are here, and they are taking the real estate business by storm. With the vast possibilities of usage in the display, one of the top services available is taking aerial property photos. Thanks to the existence of commercial drones that can take high definition photos and videos from above, real estates have revolutionized the way they market their houses and lands. However, the realty sector is not the only one benefitting from drones. In fact, if you have a nice house with a wallpaper vibe, you can easily earn thousands by posting or selling pictures of your property to postcard companies and others.

Drones and Aerial Photography

Drones are used today in taking aerial photos for a lot of assorted reasons. However, of all those plethoras, here are the top five that takes the cake:

Safety. Drones have considerably increased the safety of workers and photography enthusiasts. With the use of these devices, workers in a telecom industry and real estate, no longer have to climb towers and buildings to get aerial property photos. They can just send in a drone to capture images and record videos while they are safely observing and operating from a distance, on the ground. The same is in effect to photography enthusiasts.

Eco-friendly. Most drones, if not all, are powered by batteries, so by using it to take pictures, businesses and people conserve the planet by decreasing the carbon emission in the atmosphere. Unlike with using helicopters that use gasoline and emit carbon in the atmosphere, one of the leading causes of global warming.

Maneuverability. When it comes to maneuverability, drones bag the crown. Whether there are large spaces or small spaces, drones are available for use. If you are taking aerial property photos where the chance of flying at low altitude or near buildings and animals is high, drones are the most ideal. Helicopters and planes will not work in these cases because of the so many risks.

Less interference. Unlike helicopters that cause downwash, change in air direction, drones have less or no downwash making it ideal for taking pictures from above without having to disrupt wind direction or shift hairs, clothes, etc. Drones also emit very little noise that even when you fly drones atop your neighbour’s roof, you won’t have to worry about causing noise disturbance unlike helicopters and plane with the sound you can hear from miles away.

Convenience. Drones are small, and you simply store one in your pack or another container. You can also land it on a table, chair, and virtually anywhere with solid ground. It is easy to carry and very convenient to operate when taking aerial property photos. You don’t even need to know how to drive, just how to control a remote.

There are a lot more things that drones can offer, and the world hasn’t seen the brunt of it all. In the future, drones will soon be in use for than just capturing pictures and recording videos.

Tony is our CASA accredited Chief Remote Drone Pilot. His role is to oversee and authorise all Company unmanned aerial operations before they leave the ground. , Having an immense background in Military aviation with the Royal New Zealand Airforce (RNZAF) he is a qualified Aircraft engineer who has worked on many military fixed and rotary wing aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft. His passion,and diverse experience in all things aviation related, place him in a position to ensure the safest and most reliable outcomes are achieved each and every time our unmanned aircraft systems take to the skies.