Aerial Video and Photography | Airplane and Drone

Drone Aerial Photography and Video Production

Our drones use the latest safety and technology in aerial cinematography.

Drone Services strive on safely capturing aerial footage that will highlight your unique vision and produce stunning visuals from a diverse perspective. We offer cost efficient drone packages that enable our clients to obtain aerial footage where it once would have been too expensive.

The protection of all involved is paramount to us. Our aerial drones are managed by proficient pilots and camera personnel. We strive to maintain a high standard of quality and safety, and therefore, opt to employ a two-person team for shooting. We also comply with all Federal Aviation Administration regulations. The pilot is in charge of keeping the drone in sight at all times, and the navigator is there to guide and direct the shot.

We’ve been in the photography and video production business since 1982 and we have been shooting aerials also just as long but through more conventional means.

Whether shooting your home, commercial property, or 45-acre campus, we can fit you with the right equipment and professional operator to achieve stunning aerial photography and video.

Our gear, like our crew, is top of the line. We can provide the tools you need for the shots you require.

St Louis Drone Aerial Photography and Video.

St Louis Drone Aerial Photography and Video.

Airplane Aerial Video and Photography Production

Our airplane offers the best there is in St. Louis, Missouri for aerial photography. Now you can highlight prominent features in the area, illustrate access points and offer a clear vision of your project in areas that are too large to see by drone or geo-fenced out from restricted airspace.

You can benefit from airplane aerial photographs.

Realtors – Utilize the power of drones to make your listing more noticeable and get it sold quickly, even in restricted zones!

Allow us to provide you with a broader outlook of the real estate by soaring higher than the drones. Experience a bird’s eye view to select the site, design the layout, and keep track of the progress of the building development.

When dealing with boundary disputes, lawyers should observe the current state of the property, as opposed to a satellite image that is three months old.

Are city planners focusing on neighborhoods or addressing traffic issues? We would love to hear your opinion concerning this specialty service.

Rob Haller, 314.604.6544
9910 Claywood Court St. Louis, MO 63126