Aerial Imaging Productions is a visual media production company specializing in low altitude aerial videography.
With us, it’s all about personal service and exceeding your expectations. We know that each job is unique and that’s why we take time to meet with you and talk about what you want to accomplish before we ever submit a bid. Our estimates are always free.
We will work closely with you throughout the production. You can even see what we see and experience the excitement of being “under the goggles” through a real-time video downlink of the camera’s point of view (POV).
After each project is finished, we conduct a final review to ensure that you are happy with the outcome. We strive to build long-lasting relationships through excellent customer service and high quality work.
Who Might Need Aerial Video?
- Real Estate (ranches, farms, recreational, commercial, residential)
- Golf Courses/Country Clubs
- Independent Films/Movies/Documentaries
- Corporate/Live/Special Events
- Natural Resource and Energy Companies
- Law Enforcement/Search and Rescue
The Importance of Safety
We always put safety first. This means careful planning and attention to equipment maintenance, weather, visibility, crowds, obstacles, and conditions on the ground as well as in the air. We check our aircraft before and after each flight and take all precautions possible with the weather. We follow all local, state and federal laws.
The UAV industry is young and growing. Federal and state regulations are changing. To ensure that we are following the best practices and any new regulations, we consult regularly with one of the top aviation safety experts, Steve Cowell of SRC Aviation, LLC. Steve’s a graduate of University of Southern California’s aviation safety program and a member of the federal advisory committee on UAVs.
Due to the dynamic nature and scope of our services, each assignment is bid independently. The environment in which we are asked to work in can vary the price greatly. Safety is always our primary responsibility. Factors that influence our pricing include but are not limited to; location, job functions and/or requirements, equipment, weather conditions, and all federal/state/local laws. The key factors that vary the price are the…
- Scope of Services
- Regulations in the Area
- Weather conditions
Contact us to discuss your project and we will prepare you a free bid.