Aerial Drone Photography & Videography
LICENSED, INSURED, AND READY TO GET TO THE SKIES
Fully FAA Licensed & Insured
Drones have revolutionized aerial photography and videography. And there are a lot of people with drones nowadays. But there’s a caveat to all this sky activity. The FAA requires the operator of the drone to be licensed with a remote pilot certificate in order to properly fly for a commercial project. That means in order to legally create images and videos for your company, the FAA wants things to be done safely.
Mark Umstot has his remote pilot certificate and has the experience to do things within the FAA guidelines and we always fly with $3 million in public liability insurance. Make sure that you won’t be on the hook if the person you hire to fly for you encounters a problem or does something against FAA regulations.
Is it legal?
Can I use my own drone to take aerial images of my real estate listings?
What are the FAA's basic rules necessary for flying?
- Register our drones
- Hold a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA
- Fly drones under 55 lbs.
- Fly within visual-line-of-sight
- Not fly near other aircraft or over people
- Not fly in controlled airspace near airports without FAA permission
- Fly only during daylight or civil twilight, at or below 400 feet
We can obtain a waiver to some of these rules if necessary for your project.
Is insurance required to operate a drone?
How much does your aerial photography & videography cost?
What about MLS requirements?
Can I hire someone else to operate my drone to take aerial images of my real estate listings?
We try to keep our online portfolio updated with some of our latest work.
Please realize what you’ll see is not just our top-of-the-line, hide-the-not-so-good stuff. For the most part, what you see is what you get. Really.
Interested in our drone photography and videography?
We’re happy to help you figure out how we could best serve you