AerialShots

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  • 3 WAYS AERIAL PHOTOS WILL MAKE ROOF INSPECTIONS EASIER

    Taking a photo of a roof isnt the prettiest picture around.  But it is extremely practical.
    Having aerial, high-resolution photos of a roof, taken directly from above, has many advantages to those needing to inspect that roof.

    It is safer

    Traditionally, a roof is inspected by a person.  Depending on the height, gradient and structure of the…

  • THE FUTURE OF THE DRONE INDUSTRY

    A drone is just a tool.  What we do with that tool is what gives it it’s value.
    For the military, a drone is a weapon. For the hobbyists, a drone is a toy.  For the cinematographers, a drone is a new angle.

    But these are just the well-known uses of drones.  Their potential is one that…

  • Jozi By Air

    When you are up in the air, the city sprawls endlessly below you.  Some parts are beautifully lush and green, others are a cluster of skyrises reflecting the sun off their walls of windows.
    Still others are industrial, brown or unattractive.  You can see a range of housing lifestyles – the large mansions with their gardens,…

  • ADVANTAGES OF AN AERIAL VIEW IN PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT

    Utilising drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to take aerial photographs of a site can have a number of advantages in all phases of property development.  A view from above can assist in planning, capturing the progress and be used to create marketing material.  Here is an infographic to show you how:

    An aerial photo captures the lay…

  • LIFE, UP IN THE AIR

    Life as an aerial photographer and videographer, has changed rapidly over the last few years.   Ryan Thomas, the Chief Drone Pilot and one of the founders of AerialShots tells us his story of life up in the air.
    Chapter One: The Elitist High-Flyer
    In the old days, if someone wanted an aerial shot, I had two choices:…

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