Just out of reach of the longest selfie stick and the lowest-hovering helicopter, drones can capture what no other technology is typically allowed or capable of capturing. Gone are the days of hiring of a professional helicopter pilot to circle around your property with a photographer dangling outside the window to capture high-resolution images of your property from above. These days, hiring a drone pilot is almost easier than ordering a pizza.
Aerial photography isn’t just a picture of your property or building from 300 feet up, it’s a snapshot of your surroundings, too.
“Golden hour” refers to the soft yellow-tinted light that fills the skies as the sun begins and ends its journey across the horizon.
“Blue hour” is another special stage in the day when vibrant blue hues take over the sky before sunrise in the morning and after sunset in the evening.
If your property is next to a flowing creek or nearby a city landmark, aerial photography can give viewers a lot of information about your location with just one picture.