Local drone pilots providing world-class aerial footage, all CAA authorised.
Our team can be located in Ascot, and our services provide sensational drone aerial photography and videography for anyone living in the local region.
All our drone pilots are CAA certified and can help with:
Our packages are some of the best around and can be used for all types of drone work providing unique videography and photography; let us give you a new angle to see things from.
Based within Ascot, we serve clients in our home city as well as areas such as Sunninghill, Cheapside, Cranbourne and Bagshot.
Me and my team are available at fantastic rates to cover all your aerial photography and aerial videography requirements at very competitive rates.
We offer exceptional standards of work with fantastic customer support, backed up by just under 100 other SkyCam operatives Nationwide ensuring you always have a backup pilot available at short notice in case of emergency.
See my SkyCam showreel below for a short demonstration of the kind of work we cover.
Drone companies are currently enjoying a surge of interest due to the improved technology which allows business owners in the UK to use them and broaden the range of services they can provide. Drones shoot 4K videos and photos from the air and are becoming ever more popular with in all kinds of organisations. For many a year the technology has been deployed in land and sea rescue operations because it is so reliable and quick to respond when team members need to get a handle on a life and death scenario.
Estate agents and property owners hire drones all the time for property photo shoots and they are increasingly used by both local councils and government teams. The stunning 360 degree footage is truly exceptional and miles ahead of standard camera technology. Hiring a drone doesn’t have to cost the earth which makes them perfect for personal functions such as birthdays and even small businesses are beginning to use them in their services.
UK law classes drones as ‘small unmanned aircraft’, and since 2016 all drone owners require a pilot license to send them up into the air. When making contact with a drone company a pilot will automatically be assigned for the required amount of hours, which is why more and more people are looking into ways of entering the industry. Drone companies are continually on the lookout for experienced pilots which gives customers even more options than ever before.
With the use of drones continuing to get expand, we believe the equipment will play a key role in sectors such as logistics and potentially parcel delivery, and the boom will only continue on its current upward trajectory.