9 Questions to ask before hiring a Drone Aerial Photographer 

9 Questions to ask before hiring a Drone Aerial Photographer 

Drone at a builders merchant in Northampton
Drone at a construction site in London
Drone at a hotel in Bristol
Drone at a private property in Surrey
Drone inside a large factory in Derby

No matter which Drone Operator you intend to hire, run through our handy checklist before committing your money.  

Using Drones for taking aerial photographs is no longer a 'new thing'
 
There are now thousands of operators out there, so how will you know whether the company you choose to work with ticks all the correct boxes to ensure that you will be delighted with the work they produce? 
 
Whilst professional Drones are now readily-available off-the-shelf products, the results they produce can still be dramatically different when used by a trained professional compared to an inexperienced operator. 
 
There are already many aspects to consider when hiring a traditional ground-level architectural photographer — adding the Drone element adds several more layers of skillset, knowledge, experience and legality that you should consider before committing your money. 
 
 
Some topics covered in our free eBook include: 
 
How do I know whether a Drone operator is licensed and insured
 
What sort of camera is good enough for taking professional aerial photos? 
 
What are the CAA regulations that govern where Drones can be flown? 
 
What should I expect a Drone operator to bring with them to every shoot
Photo of Horizon Imaging drone flying over a warehouse in Hemel Hempstead
The Horizon Imaging drone conducting a roof inspection in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. Click to enlarge. 
Using Drones for taking aerial photographs is no longer a 'new thing'
 
There are now thousands of operators out there, so how will you know whether the company you choose to work with ticks all the correct boxes to ensure that you will be delighted with the work they produce? 
 
Whilst professional Drones are now readily-available off-the-shelf products, the results they produce can still be dramatically different when used by a trained professional compared to an inexperienced operator. 
 
There are already many aspects to consider when hiring a traditional ground-level architectural photographer — adding the Drone element adds several more layers of skillset, knowledge, experience and legality that you should consider before committing your money. 
Photo of Horizon Imaging drone flying over a warehouse in Hemel Hempstead
The Horizon Imaging drone conducting a roof inspection in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. Click to enlarge. 
Some topics covered in our free eBook include: 
 
How do I know whether a Drone operator is licensed and insured
 
What sort of camera is good enough for taking professional aerial photos? 
 
What are the CAA regulations that govern where Drones can be flown? 
 
What should I expect a Drone operator to bring with them to every shoot
 
Photo of Horizon Imaging drone flying over a warehouse in Hemel Hempstead
The Horizon Imaging drone conducting a roof inspection in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire 
Using Drones for taking aerial photographs is no longer a 'new thing'
 
There are now thousands of operators out there, so how will you know whether the company you choose to work with ticks all the correct boxes to ensure that you will be delighted with the work they produce? 
 
Whilst professional Drones are now readily-available off-the-shelf products, the results they produce can still be dramatically different when used by a trained professional compared to an inexperienced operator. 
 
There are already many aspects to consider when hiring a traditional ground-level architectural photographer — adding the Drone element adds several more layers of skillset, knowledge, experience and legality that you should consider before committing your money. 
 
 
Some topics covered in our free eBook include: 
 
How do I know whether a Drone operator is licensed and insured
 
What sort of camera is good enough for taking professional aerial photos? 
 
What are the CAA regulations that govern where Drones can be flown? 
 
What should I expect a Drone operator to bring with them to every shoot
 
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