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Aerial Videos

We've been incorporating images filmed from the air in our video productions since undertaking training, assessment and licensing back in 2017. Since then we've honed our remote pilot skills to capture the best aerial imagery, and we've learnt to incorporate it in a way that adds a valuable extra dimension.

Our Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) can be used in most environments, including areas classed as "congested" where there are buildings and people, and we are able to take the UAV to heights of up to 400 feet, subject to other restrictions such as airspace class. All flights are insured with a minimum of £1,000,000 of commercial public liability insurance, which can be increased as required up to £10,000,000.

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When drone technology first became available it enabled filming perspectives that were previously prohibitively expensive for most productions, where a high-end camera gimbal and a helicopter/aeroplane would have been needed. Drone technology has continued to develop, and one benefit of this is that capturing aerial images is more cost-effective than ever before.

If you think your video production would be improved by the inclusion of aerial imagery please ensure you ask for it to be included in your quote - we're confident you'll be pleasantly surprised at how little it adds to the overall price.

Aerial filming can be beneficial to a wide variety of video productions. In some instances it's a perspective that's essential to the video's requirements (such as for many construction project videos), whereas other times it simply provides context or makes a video more interesting to watch.

Sometimes a video may consist entirely of aerial images, which may be something short and social media-oriented. However, most of the time aerial video is best used when mixed with engaging images filmed from the ground, as demonstrated in many of the examples below.

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aerial video examples
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