A picture says a thousand words. Unlike planes and helicopters where the costs runs in the thousands, drones allow you to capture breathtaking aerial shots quickly and inexpensively. Thanks to the GPS-Position-Hold technology, blur-free images can be achieved even in HD.
Aerial photography is – as it sounds – the process of taking photographs from the air, but there is more to it than simply using a light aircraft or helicopter and flying up to take photographs. There are many elements to an aerial survey that must be considered to ensure that the data is useful enough to extrapolate whatever is being investigated. It is often difficult to see elements of the landscape on the ground, features can easily be missed, and what might seem like an insignificant bump from ground level can become more significant in a wider context and some landscape types are difficult to access on foot so aerial photographs are vital to study and map them.