Aerial Photography for Marketing Architecture, Construction, Engineering, and Landscape Design Projects
Aerial photos should not be just high-vantage, descriptive snapshots, but rather beautiful, showcase-quality images that highlight design, use, and context from a unique point of view.
…to focus only on the different perspective and incredibly wide field of view that photographing from a helicopter provides, is to ignore just how different the world looks from a few hundred feet above the ground. Aerial Photography Comparisons in the Seattle / Tacoma area For more than thirty five years, I’ve been looking down […]
Since I’ve been paying attention to the fast-moving developments surrounding Unmanned Aerial Systems – UAS or UAV(ehicles), more commonly called drones — I wanted to know what other photographers are thinking about the current state of drone photography and how it’s impacting their business, good or bad. I sent five questions to two other photographers […]
There’s been an awful lot of news coverage lately regarding Unmanned Aerial Systems — UAS or UAV(ehicle) — more commonly called drones. Since I’ve loved flying and been a licensed private pilot for more than 30 years (more on that here) and an aerial photographer for the past 15 years, I’ve been paying attention to […]
In June 2016, the FAA approved new guidelines covering the use of small unmanned aerial systems (UAS), or drones. The new guidelines are due to take effect at the end of this month, beginning on August 29, 2016 . Previously, private, hobby-flying drones fell under the FAA designation of model or hobby aircraft and as […]