Aerial Perspectives offers you a range of options on the views of your property. Please review these samples, and consider which might give you the best information for your purpose.
How much wall as opposed to roof do you want to see? Oblique angle aerial photographs are used for shots of buildings or complexes. We maneuver the aircraft to fly around the target at 1000 feet above the ground in left turns. The horizontal distance from the target is gauged by the angle requested from the client. The size of the property then dictates the size of lens.
There are three basic oblique angles. The Low Camera Angle shows more of the surrounding property; the Medium Camera Angle is the recommended angle; the High Camera Angle shows more roof and is generally used for planning purposes.
The example shows 3 aerial views of the same Doctor's Office in Rancho Mirage, California
How much local area do you want to include? There are two kinds of area photographs. A Low Area Angle shows the horizon, where the High Area Angle does not. These shots were taken with a normal lens.
The example shows two different area views of Desert Willow Golf Course in Palm Desert, California
Do you need a clear view of the layout? Vertical aerial photographs are taken from the belly of the aircraft so a true vertical can be obtained. The altitude can range from 1000 feet above the ground to approximately 12,000 feet above the ground depending on the area requested. Scaled verticals are available.
Call Warren White at 805-709-8455 to discuss your project, or email firstname.lastname@example.org