FAQs

How high do we fly?
The altitude that we fly is dependent on each job. We can legally fly up to 400 feet in a safe fly area. In most cases we do not need to go that high anyway. Generally our best footage is shot at about 100 feet and under.

What are our rates?
Each job is different and requires a different set-up. Talk to us abut your project and we can give you a free estimate before we start. We generally will not book anything less than a two hour block. Reason for that is because it takes some time to prep and set-up for the shot.

What format can we shoot in?
Unless otherwise specified, we shoot photos in JPG and RAW. Video can be shot up to 4K at 60fps and saved as a .MOV. We can save in most other formats as well, if you have a specific request.

Do we print photos?
Yes, we can do that and custom frame if you want, as well. Quote provided on request.

What is your turnaround time?
RAW Footage can be provided to you in as little as 24 hours in most cases. Any post production takes longer depending on the project. We can generally give you a good idea when we start the job.

Who owns the copyrights to the photos and video?
You do! If  you hire us to do a project, the material shot is yours. Some places will charge and tell you that they own the copyright, we do not.

Can we shoot both video and photos on the same visit?
Yes, we can, but we can’t physically record video and take pictures at the same time, so we will have to allow for more time to get both.

Do we offer ground cinematography and photography ?
Yes, we specialize in aerial cinematography and photography. However, we have an are able to shoot from the ground as well.

Can we shoot off a boat?
Yes, if weather and conditions permit, we can shoot off a boat. Stricter precautions are taken, but we can do it.

How to I get started?
Simple, contact us. We will be in touch with you within 24 hours. We can get you a quote and set-up a schedule. Please note that your date will not be official until we receive a deposit.

Do weather conditions play a factor?
Unfortunately, we can’t control Mother Nature. Conditions have to be pristine in order to get good results and be safe. Let’s face it, you really would’t want bad footage anyway. In most cases, we can set up a rain date.