Pole Aerial Photography
Our pole aerial photography takes images using the latest 360 panorama camera or our Sony 18 megapixel (10 x optical zoom) still image or video camera.
The cameras are controlled wirelessly from the ground where we can view what the camera sees and control the camera settings via an iPad.
The aerial images are taken from the top of an extendable 10 metre pole which can be used for a variety of uses including planning applications, roof surveys, roof inspections and boundary disputes.
Taking these images from 10 metres high but a ground based level is also referred to as elevated photography.
We use this lower level photography in confined, crowded or urban areas where drones are unable to legally fly. This is a viable alternative and compliment to using drones.
Using the pole allows us to get close to property and people taking aerial images up to 30 feet above the ground. This combined with a 10x optical zoom on our Sony 18 megapixel camera can give amazing close detail in an aerial photograph.
Here are three images taken from the same place using the camera zoom to capture amazing detail of the roof.
Pole Aerial photography is flexible and quick to set up, lending itself to many applications both outside and indoors.
We have used our pole aerial photography for events, press, property, inspections and sports.