Above, photo from a former listing of mine in Hampton. Image by Adam
I wanted to share more details on my aerials in this article.
Aerial Examples for Listings On Property
Image by Adam in Smithfield at a former listing he sold
Image by Raider Photography in Kingsmill in Williamsburg at a former listing Adam sold prior to acquiring his current drone or FAA Part 107 certificate.
Image by Adam in Hampton at a former listing he sold
Image by Adam in King & Queen County at a former listing he sold
To see area amenities I often include in listing photography near the end, go to the next section, or see how I integrate the photography including ground shots & aerials in this example.
Aerial Examples for Area Amenities
In some cases, whether due to time constraints (i.e. a manual authorization typically takes at least a few days to be processed by the FAA & ATC), no willingness for authorization from the tenants (or seller if Adam's representing a buyer), requirement for a special permit in a location (i.e. all Hampton city parks if standing in the park coupled by an FAA regulation with maintaining ability to have a visual of the drone at all times), desire for higher quality than what a comparable drone can produce at a low altitude, or the FAA prohibiting all aerials in an area, there are a number of cases where a drone is not the best way to get a shot from the air. In those cases, Adam has a 30' telescopic pole with an attachment for his phone which projects to his Ipad Pro which is attached to the pole. His method is highly effective for pole shots. Here are a few examples from Bethel Park in Hampton where a permit is required if you're flying a drone and located in the park.
Adam's FAA Part 107 Info
In case you're wondering, here's my FAA information: