Aerial Video Production and Photography | Drone and Airplanes.

We are a St Louis based drone company.  We have our FAA 107 license & are fully insured.  We provide professional aerial cinematography and photography, thermal imaging, NDVI multispectral, and 3D photogrammetry.

Owning a drone does not make you a photographer. Not everyone out there that claims to be an aerial photographer actually has any photography or videography experience. If you are planning on hiring an aerial photographer for something as important, you want to make sure that the person you hire is going to provide you with exceptional and amazing images. It’s important to look at the portfolio of an aerial photographer before hiring them.

Employee and Special Event Drone Photography.

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

St Louis Drone Photographers and Cinematographers.

Safety is always our first priority. Our drones are operated by experienced pilots and camera operators. For safety and quality, we shoot with a two-man crew, and we are fully insured.  We adhere to FAA guidelines.  Our pilot always keeps visual contact with the drone, while our navigator guides and directs the shot.

Drone services for construction and demolition progression.

In addition to drones, we also fly airplanes for aerial photographs when needed or required.

Airplanes for greater aerial photography and video options

Realtors – We can fly in restricted drone zones. Make your listing stand out and sell it faster!

Builders – We can fly higher than drones to get you a wider perspective of the property.  Get a bird’s eye view for site selection, layout, and construction  progress monitoring.

Attorneys – For boundary disputes, see what the property looks like today, rather than using a 3 month old satellite image. 

City planners – Planning for neighborhoods? Or viewing for traffic problems? Our views can help.

Mike Haller