Using aerial photography is a great way to showcase your property and it is particularly relevant within the commercial sector. For anyone offering short term rentals using AirBnB, Bookings.com or for your own website direct – then aerial photography can give you that “Wow” shot that brings customers to choose you over your competitors.
Drones allow you to not only market the property, but really sell the setting and community that the property is in. In effect you are selling a potential lifestyle at the same time with perspectives that can include the coast or countryside and it puts the property into context within the area where the house is set.
If you are looking for new and innovative ways for your property marketing to stand out from the crowd and increase brand awareness at the same time – then aerial photography can achieve those aims. Whilst photography from the ground is effective too, the advantage that a drone has is the versatility off the ground where the drone can be placed anywhere you like. It can highlight some of the more interesting aspects of a building or bring in the fact how close a property is to specific landmarks.
When arranging your aerial photography please ensure sure that the drone pilot has a PfCO from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Whilst a UK Drone Registration Scheme commences on the 5th November 2019 for all drone users with drones weighing 250 grams or more – only those with a PfCO (and Insurance) can operate commercially on your behalf. Using an experienced pilot/photographer is essential, both behind the controls of the drone and in the post-production studio, in order to achieve the highest quality images/video.
For your aerial photography in the Scottish Borders – Sherlock Drones Photography.