Aerial Video and Photography
Mesmerize potential buyers from a whole new perspective…the sky! Our aerial video and photography team will capture breathtaking views and awe-inspiring vistas that can only be captured from the air. Sometimes a ground level vantage point is just not enough to do a property justice. Whether your home is situated atop a hill or nestled on a 15-acre lot, let us showcase it in a way that will captivate the viewing audience. Bring your property to life with a bird’s-eye view of rolling hills, bucolic scenery, swimming pools, rivers, lakes, and overall landscaping.
Our team of well-trained FAA certified drone pilots have years experience providing aerial photography and video. They are equipped with the latest drone technology using small, quiet, and highly-maneuverable unmanned aerial systems (UAS) with high performance cameras and advanced streaming technology for clear, high-definition videos and photos from unique angles and perspectives.
Video packages include a 1- to 2-minute video as well a minimum of 12 high-resolution photos. Videos are edited to music and links are delivered in both branded and unbranded formats for use on MRIS, real estate websites, Facebook, Youtube, and other websites. Photos are enhanced and can be used in conjunction with our standard ground level photography to provide an unforgettable presentation that buyers—and your clients—will love!
Sample Aerial Videos
Sample Aerial Photography
Aerial Video and Photography: Starts at $325. Each property is beautifully unique. Please contact us for a quote.
Aerial Photography only: Starts at $200.
Travel fees may apply.
- Due to FAA regulations, our operators cannot fly within 15 nautical miles of Reagan National Airport or within 5 miles of Dulles International Airport.
- For best results, flying should be done on a clear and sunny day. Prime flying hours shift from season to season, but are generally scheduled Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and when winds are less than 15 m.p.h.
- Why are FAA certification and adhering to regulations important? Please read NAR’s FAQ’s for Small Unmanned Aircraft Rule.