Our photography services give you a different perspective, and are safer and more cost-effective than renting equipment and sending a human way up in the air. Our aerial photography is becoming very popular with everything from real estate and construction progression, to inspection of roofs and towers, and even keeping an eye on farms and counting livestock. Our cinematography payloads take very high quality photos, and shoot up to 6k video, that are post-edited and color graded in house. With payloads that offer zoom and infrared, we can photograph very close to structures and gather heat signatures for inspections. We also have desktop software that connects to our aircraft to make fully autonomous flights for mapping, or getting perfect cinematic shots.
Waterway Aerials, LLC is a locally owned business with very little overhead costs, so we pass those savings down to you. Our jobs are insured to $1M, and our pilot has a current FAA Part 107 Drone Pilot Certification. Waterway Aerials also holds a 107.29 waiver from the FAA, so we can fly our drones at night. Our photos are post-edited in house, and in most cases delivered to you within 48 hours. Customer service is our top priority, and we do whatever it takes to make sure our customers are satisfied. Hire a drone company that flies legally, has top notch equipment, and most importantly, operates safely. Waterway Aerials LLC accepts cash, company checks, Zelle, and PayPal. Click on the message icon at the bottom of your screen to get your personalized quote today!
Our UAV pilot, Chris, will always show up on time and work in a professional manner. He will go over every shot that you wish to capture, and deliver outstanding photos.
Safety is our priority. You will get a pilot who has been through rigorous training, holds an FAA Part 107 UAV Pilot's certification, and is insured. Our pilot also wears a safety vest on every job, and has a hard hat for where necessary.
You expect to get a great product from us. Sometimes the sun isn't just right, shadows aren't at the best angle, or clouds are starting to clear up. Chris is willing to stay a little extra longer to get that perfect shot.
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