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Drone Photography

Drones help people reach a place they can never hover at – the skies. Different kinds of drones have been made to serve different functions. Some people use drones for recreation. Drones also give a better view of businesses and agriculture. As such, the drone photography flourished much in time and kept people updated with their skylines. Drones will always be of a great benefit to the human kind. However, just how do you use drones for your benefit? Here are some of the advantages of using drones in different fields.

Drones for Recreation

Drones have been made for recreational activities. This is because drone photography have helped many people establish what it feels and looks like being in the sky. Keep in mind, hovering in the air will take a great deal of skill. Drones make that easy for you. They even record videos of their flight to make games so realistic, you will feel that you are the one flying through the air.

They even take this thing up a notch. You know how Virtual Reality and 3D cinemas work, right? Imagine being in the air, free falling from 40,000 feet. Drones have brought about these advancements and they have forever changed the world of gaming and having fun.

Drones for agriculture

Try to measure up the time it takes to see if the whole field is already ripe for the taking. All that time can be smoothed out to very short periods with the help of drones. Drones can fly up in the sky, take high quality pictures, and voila! You already know the state of your fields. These drones can also zoom in so you’d have no worries when it comes to seeing the very intricate details.

This ability to check the state of crops and fields from afar save a lot of time. The gained time may be used to plan for more crops, to create action plans, and to envision future advancements in the farms. These also help farmers see upcoming problems, prompting them to make changes accordingly before the season ends in a disaster.

Drones for real estate

Drones may also be used to keep track of the neighbourhood. Real estate companies may use it to size up properties and pieces of land and give a better estimate regarding the surroundings of the place. This keeps the competition up and may save investors and buyers from future problems regarding the properties they will purchase. These can also make the tours and the marketing of real estate business a real breeze. Think of this: they offer views from the top down. Giving you an all-out experience of the place’s extent as well as the neighbourhood it belongs to.

No matter how you look at drones, they seem to have a great benefit to     humanity’s advancements. You can also try to ride out the progress by incorporating drones in your businesses. However, make sure to check all laws that surround the use of drones.


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.