Drone filming has opened up a world of visuals to film makers.  They send eyes where our bodies can’t go and give us a new birds-eye perspective on the world below.   

Since 2014 when the use of drones in filmmaking became legal, aerial footage has become common and we’ve been finding increasingly creative ways to use drone technology – from flying up raging rivers in Exmoor National Park to tracking an open top bus across the New Forest.  

Drones have become a cheaper alternative to dollies and jibs on the film set, although they have some drawbacks. Their battery power is and they can only be flown legally at relatively low altitudes.  Filming high quality aerial film takes a lot of practice, planning and time.  If drone filming is something you’re interested in for your film get in touch today.