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In recent years flying drones to capture imagery has become more and more popular. With decades behind the lens of a camera Wine Country Drone does so much more than just capture video and images from above. We see how aerial photography and videography can be applied in many different applications - we think of this as our AERIAL ADVANTAGE.

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Due to their size, drone use means being able to fly into areas that were not possible before. Drones can fly from only a few centimeters off the ground to 400 hundred feet above most structures.


Our FAA Certified Drone Operator teams are small, usually only the pilot, and a camera operator. So, this means that once arriving on site, we can be up and running in about 5 minutes. Even if the weather goes against us we can land the drone and wait for the next window of opportunity.


Technological innovations mean drones are able to shoot in full HD and capture amazing aerial footage, 4K resolution and higher, all the while not sacrificing any quality.


Drones can be used for film production, news broadcasting, inspections, construction, corporate events, sporting events, weddings, farming and endless other applications. 2D Maps can also be generated from a series of photos that can be ran through software and the user can measure distances without having to be physically on the site.  

Working across a large number of industries

Gathering aerial jobsite images through drone photography has become increasingly popular in recent years. This rapidly growing technology has created efficiencies for capturing photographs and can be useful in a variety of processes including the planning stages, documenting progress and identifying construction-related issues. Moreover, drone-captured photos can be used for creating marketing content through photos and videos that provide construction companies and developers a bird’s eye view of current projects.  

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