SkyCam are located in Rhondda and our team of helpful pilots provide drone aerial photography and videography for all types of private and business activities.
All our drone pilots are CAA certified and can help with:
We have a diverse selection of packages available and they can be used for a wide variety of drone work providing videography and photography; let us take shots that you’ll love.
Based within Rhondda, we serve clients in our home city as well as areas such as Cymmer, Ynyshir, Trealaw and Penygraig.
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 continue to grow and expand due to the improved technology which enables many organisations in the UK to utilise them to help improve the services they provide to their own customers. Drones capture HD videos and photos from the sky and are becoming ever more popular across almost every part of Britain. For a long time the technology has been deployed in land and sea rescue missions because it has the ability to respond quickly and effectively when team members need to get a better understanding of what is taking place.
Property owners rely heavily on drones for property photo shoots and they are increasingly used by both building safety experts and security firms. The stunning 360 degree footage is quite simply light years ahead of standard camera technology. You can hire a drone for a relatively low cost which makes them perfect for personal functions such as weddings or family celebrations and even small businesses now use them frequently.
The UK government class drones as ‘small unmanned aircraft’ by law, which is why since 2016 all drone operators require a pilot license before flying one. When making contact with a drone company you will also get a pilot included with the price, which is why more and more people are interested in taking up the training. Drone companies are always looking for new pilots which puts customers in an advantageous position.
With the use of drones getting stronger in Britain, we believe the equipment will a key role in sectors such as logistics and potentially parcel delivery, and the current upward trajectory will only continue to get bigger.