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Welcome to the Horizon Imaging blog! This page will be updated every few weeks with news, case studies about current projects, details of new services and with the odd nuggets of advice thrown in here and there for good measure. Click on a blog post heading or the 'Read More' text to read a particular blog post. You can also find exclusive behind-the-scenes imagery from many of our shoots on our social media platforms! You can find the links to these below. 
Horizon Imaging is excited to announce the launch of a completely new service alongside our Architectural, Mast and Drone Aerial Photography services – Interactive Virtual Tours. 
 
Built on David's experience in producing High Dynamic Range images for his Architectural Photography clients and capturing panoramic images using specialised panorama equipment in his spare time, Horizon Imaging's interactive Virtual Tours allow the user to immerse themselves in a beautifully realistic virtual world. You can jump between different locations using 'hotspots' and engage with fully-interactive virtual content such as localised sound effects, audio narration, embedded images, videos and overview maps. 
David Hogg from Horizon Imaging recently gave a presentation to the Guildford Photographic Society on Drone Aerial Photography. 
 
As a previous member and speaker at the Guildford Photographic Society, it was a pleasure to return to the club and update the members on the developments in Drone Aerial Photography since my last talk back in 2008 – a great deal has changed in the industry in those 6 years! 
Horizon Imaging was recently commissioned to photograph a beautiful converted 13th Century barn in the village of Ickleton, near Cambridge. The barn, together with one of the neighbouring 'modern barns', is now being used by medical technology company Team Consulting. As part of their brand identity, Team Consulting were looking for ways to show off their beautiful building and its proximity to the surrounding countryside – something which could not be achieved using traditional ground-level photographs. 
As the number of people looking to offer commercial aerial photography services using drones (or "small unmanned surveillance aircraft" to give them their official CAA title) continues to rise, I often get asked what regulations operators have to follow. 
 
All the regulations governing commercial "aerial work" (any work involving unmanned aerial platforms for commercial gain) are contained within the CAA document 'CAP 393 – Air Navigation: The Order and the Regulations'. 
Climate change is happening, there is very little doubt about that these days. However, whilst governments and industry are trying to do their bit to reduce the effects, it is just as much the responsibility of small business owners – and the general public – to do their bit to reduce their impact on the environment in whatever ways they can. 
Horizon Imaging was recently commissioned to take some aerial photographs of a roof in Worthing, West Sussex to help settle an insurance claim for a water leak believed to have been caused by storm damage. The only problem was that the roof was hidden from view by a large Victorian facade which made it impossible for traditional vehicle-mounted telescopic masts to access the potential areas of damage – they can only go straight up and they can only operate from the roadside. 
Mast aerial inspection photo of the roof of a private home in Worthing, West Sussex
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