This guide is meant to help you through the questions on the request forms and better understand the information we are needing to gather.
(It’s important the client and pilot discuss and understand all the various conditions of the project to maximize the value of the service provided. Alternative locations and or arrangements will need to be decided prior to starting the project in the event the desired conditions are not satisfactory.)
Where is the site located?
Do you have specific coordinates of the take-off and landing points.
Do you have permission for these locations? (if not on public property you may need to get written permission)
We will need directions and instructions for launch locations (paths, trails, property restrictions, predators or environmental pitfalls) before the service date.
What is the specific location of the subject?
Be aware of the possibility of wildlife restrictions, variable weather conditions and FAA flight rules that may alter the delivered product and or date.
- Description of the terrain (land, trees, water, cliffs, swamps, creeks, hills, mountains, towers, power lines, bridges).
#1. Where is the site located?
Please provide as accurate location descriptions as possible.
#2. Where is the specific location of the subject?
Please provide as accurate location descriptions as you can.
(It’s important the client and pilot discuss and understand all the various conditions of the project to maximize the value of the service provided. Alternative times and arrangements will need to be decided prior to the start of the project in the event the desired conditions are not satisfactory. Having the subject ready and available is imperative to a successful project. But things happen. So knowing your subject’s predictabilities will help us plan ahead.)
Time and date the subjects are available to be captured.
Alternative dates and times
#3. Is there a specific time and date for the service?
Example: 12:00pm to 4:00pm, January 15th, 2022
It’s important the client and pilot discuss and understand all the various conditions of the project to maximize the value of the service provided.
Depending on what subject you would like to capture there are endless possibilities on what we can do for you. When describing the “What” in your project be sure to include as many details as you can think of. If the subject is an object describe what you would like to see of the object (Example: the bay window on the west side, the deck and pool.), but if the subject is a person, describe what that person will be doing or what action would you like captured (Example: Throwing a baseball, climbing a hill)
#4. What specifically do you want to capture?
Be as descriptive as possible
#5. What actions will the subjects be performing, if any?
It’s so very important the client and pilot discuss the expectations of the delivered product thoroughly. Discussing the options and variables of the project can maximize the value of the service we provide.
For example, If you would like your property toured on video. You may want music added with hyper-laps from scene to scene, or maybe you would like to capture that stunt in slow motion @ 240fps in 4k. Knowing what you’ll want at the end of the project is difficult to predict at the beginning of the project. That’s because project visions evolve with the discovery of new subject matter perspectives.
On the Fly Aerial Imagery offers several editing options. 4k, 60 fps, Video 2.7k , 1080p, 48mp images.
#6. How would you like the final product to look and feel?
What media format?
Knowing how your going to view your awesome imagery after your purchase is important.
So many options available depending on your service choices & preferences.
#7. What format would you like the delivered product?
When do you need the delivered product?
Knowing when to expect your On the Fly Aerial Imagery product is imperative.
We take Deadlines Very Seriously and go to great lengths to assure you get
a great product on time.
#8, When do you need it?
We appreciate your consideration.
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