Aerial Photography Harogate

All Survey Pros offers aerial photography in Harogate by skilled pilots, who have plenty of experience in operating photography drones fitted with high resolution cameras. This ensures that you will obtain concise and professional photos that match your requirements.

There are various benefits to choosing a drone for aerial photography in Harogate. Hiring a drone is much more affordable than hiring a plane or helicopter to carry out the work. A drone can capture footage that would be inaccessible by traditional techniques as it can relocate itself to any location.

Drones can also be mounted with thermal cameras for the inspection and surveying of structures, utilities and livestock to name but a few examples. Let All Survey Pros assist you with a flexible and cost-effective solution regarding Harogate aerial photography.

Drone Photography Harogate

Taking aerial imagery of a location has become simpler with drone photography in Harogate. An aerial drone or UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) can operate at heights of up to 400m and capture images from many different perspectives. Each drone is flown by fully trained pilots who have finished training approved by the CAA (BNUC-S). All drone operators also have a CAA Permission for Aerial Work, No.928.

Aerial photography drones are powered by rechargeable batteries, a single charge allows an individual drone to remain in the air for around 20 minutes. Since the staff can carry several batteries, drones can be flown all day. Night time aerial drone photography in Harogate can be offered at night with a separate permit if required.

The photos produced by an aerial drone can be delivered to you within 72 hours of the shoot. When compared to planes and helicopters which need to fly from an airfield or airport to a site, a drone can be deployed onsite. As the service is fully insured, you can have total reassurance that drone photography in Harogate from the experts is safe and legal.

Aerial Photography Harogate

The experts work with a diverse range of businesses who require aerial images and 1080p HD video for promotional campaigns, inspections or monitoring. For example a construction firm may require aerial photographs of a site to be shot at different angles and at regular intervals. This monitors the progress of a construction project and allows clients to monitor a project.

Another scenario is when estate agents require top quality imagery of a property for the production of sales particulars. Drone aerial photography in Harogate can enhance the visual appeal of a property. The photographs provided by a drone are perfect for showing the size of a property and the surrounding land. What was once an expensive service from manned aircraft is now a more affordable and accessible service by drones.

If you provide a inspection service for insurance or property development purposes, think about the cost of scaffolding and site permits which can be quite expensive. There is also a health and safety risk, especially in remote areas such as coolant towers. Drone aerial photography in Harogate is a quicker and safer way to take high resolution photographs of a location.

When you want to advertise, visualise, plan, or research a structure or location, let All Survey Pros help. To get in contact, simply fill in the enquiry form. Include your company details and a short description of the services you need. The knowledgeable staff would be glad to answer any queries that you could have whilst offering advice regarding Harogate drone aerial photography.

Panoramic Photography

Panoramic photography is a process which takes a much bigger perspective of a landscape into a photo. The professionals will supply you with a 360 degree view of a location within the UK.

These interactive images can be viewed by clients on an internet browser, smartphone or tablet. This option is perfect for the advertising of popular attractions, portfolios of completed projects and estate agent listings.

Aerial Drone Photography

Utilising a drone for photography in Harogate has made it far easier to capture aerial images of a site. An aerial photography drone is a cost-effective and convenient solution. A UAV is deployed to any location in the UK that is allowed by the CAA.

The shots captured by a drone are suitable for advertising, initial surveys and inspections. The specialists offer their services for a range of different industries such as insurance, forestry, utilities and archaeology.

Time Lapse Photography

All Survey Pros offers time lapse photography in Harogate to record and monitor a location over a period of time. It compacts hours, days or months worth of recording into a few minutes. This service is offered by high resolution cameras attached to drones or telescopic masts. This allows footage to be captured at heights, angles and time intervals determined by you.

Time lapse photography can frequently minimise the requirement for frequent site visits, saving you time and travel costs. The footage provided is also an excellent marketing tool. If you manage any construction, infrastructure, agricultural, conservation or commercial project within the UK, turn to All Survey Pros for assistance.

FAQs

What is the cost of aerial photography in Harogate?

Aerial photography prices are affected by lots of factors. Some of the main ones include your location, the size of the area and the time frame in which you need your photos. Comprehensive editing services are also provided if necessary or the original footage can be supplied in a raw format.

All Survey Pros always aims to offer aerial photography in Harogate at a highly affordable price for clients. The cost of hiring a UAV is considerably less than hiring manned aircraft, as you don't have to worry about costs associated with fuel and the flying time from an airfield or airport to the target location.

Are there any legal requirements regarding Harogate drone photography?

The professionals adhere to the CAA Drone code for drone photography, so that every flight is safe and legal. All drones are flown within visual sight of the operator and without reaching the maximum altitude of 400ft (120m).

Before a flight takes place, the area is assessed beforehand and drones are kept away from airfields and aircraft. Drones must not be flown within 50m of people, vehicles and buildings. If a drone flight is not viable, alternative solutions can be offered. The Data Protection Act also covers the usage of UAVs and thus privacy laws are applied to their use.

What kind of images can a photography drone capture?

Professional drones are fitted with 4K cameras which are capable of taking clear aerial images, these are ideal for producing top quality prints. The UAV can capture photos which would be unreachable by plane or helicopter as a drone is able to reach remote areas.

Every drone features a video downlink, which allows you and the pilot to see through the eyes of the drone in real-time, so that the perfect shots are shot.

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