Stunning Aerial photography

leading aerial filming and photography production companies, using remote-controlled “drones”.
Creating ultra-smooth, cinematic footage at 4k resolution, our cameras are gyro-stabilised and have full 360° 3-axis rotation capabilities.
Via a video downlink, images from the air can be viewed on the ground in real time, enabling the Pilot, Cameraman, Client or Director full control of the filming angles and framing. Providing services for a wide variety of clients, including production companies, corporate promotional videos, property developers, sports, events, commercials, TV and viral films for brands on the Internet. Skyvantage also has full ground based filming, design & video editing capabilities.
We provide full film creation services delivering final films ready for publication or can shoot footage for third-party production team.
Skyvantage is fully insured with £10m public liability to fly at altitudes of up to 400ft (120m) with permissions for aerial work granted by the C.A.A. Their pilots are BNUC qualified, adhering to strict safety and operational rules. Skyvantage also provide aerial inspection services, surveys, 3d mapping and photogrammetry.
Skyvantage also has established a wide selection of aerial stock library footage, filmed across the UK.
If you are interested in buying stock please contact us with your requirements.


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One of the most exciting developments in photography in the last year or two is the drone – high flying cameras that enable you to capture unique viewpoints of common subjects. Recently the cost of getting a camera into the air has dropped dramatically and if you decide to venture down this road I guarantee you won’t be disappointed. Apart from the amazing images you will capture, they are also tremendous fun!

As with most modern technology there is a vast range of drones, or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), on the market. Similar to camera equipment in general, how much you’re prepared to spend will determine the quality of camera on-board, and the flying characteristics of the drone itself. There are low-cost models that will take very basic images, up to the big boys toys that will happily lift your prized DSLR up into the heavens. You can even add your GoPro on to some units that will take advantage of camera gear you may already have. One company has a range of models that has a large percentage of the market – DJI. Their Phantom range of drones are the first choice for many, and though they do make some high end-models, the Phantom 3 series models are the most popular drone in the world, for good reason.

One of the big advertising features of most drones these days is their ease of operation. “Fly Straight Out of the Box” is a common term you’ll see, and in fact it is also very true. Charge the battery, download the app to your smartphone, fire it up, and away you go.

However, it must be mentioned that as easy as these are to fly, common sense and care is a big part of aerial flying. It’s suggested you start with some limitations in place, easily set up on the smartphone app that runs the drone. This is usually along the lines of limiting the maximum height you can fly, and also how far away you can send the drone.