Aerial Filming
The aerial filming section of this website contains news, guidance and contact details for Aerial Filming companies. With the recent advent of UAV and drone filming things are changing all the time and it is vital to keep up to date with breaking news. The capabilities offered by the new aircraft are truly a game changer in terms of the shots achievable and flexibility for aerial camera work. Like any new industry regulation and safety is important particularly in the use of UAVs and Drones for filming we are glad that ARPAS and SUAS are contributing to the site giving their excellent professional guidance.
As well as all the excitement about the new aircraft in the sector, helicopter cameramen and helicopter filming are still and always will be a major part of the film and broadcast industry our news will reflect this as will the companies we profile, we also aim to cover the less traditional methods of aerial filming such as Balloon based filming and static crane based shooting. We hope you enjoy this page and it becomes an aerial filming guide for broadcast professionals.
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Aerialworx – From Wales To Whales  Like many an adventurer before us, we have always been fascinated by the stories of whales. Our appetite fuelled by many distant sightings of basking sharks cruising effortlessly off the coast of Wales. We had always longed to see the real deal and experience for ourselves the true magnitude of a goliath of the Ocean.Read More >>

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Icebox Video Productions Adds To Portfolio
Icebox Video Productions has announced its aerial filming UAS camera upgrade now includes the new DJI Zenmuse X5R Camera for aerial filming services. The technology means the company is now able to film UHD 4K video with the potential to grade the raw footage to a client's specification. Raw video is filmed onto the onboard SSD hard drive at 1.8-2.4Gbit/sec.
Flying Camera Company Expands Portfolio
It's another busy year here at the Flying Camera Company. As well as the usual feature films, commercials, TV and drama shoots, we're also moving into the world of Natural History. We'll be working with Silverback Films (The Hunt, BBC) throughout the year on a new landmark series, travelling to some exciting and remote locations and hopefully capturing some stunning sequences.
Drone Experts Expand Offering
Oxfordshire based Aerial Motion Pictures (AMP) has expanded its broadcast, film and video offering with the recruitment of new Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved drone pilots with broadcast experience, alongside the launch of equipment hire and super-heavy lift drone white label services.
Professional Drones With Upper Cut Productions
With over 10 years' experience flying drones commercially, award-winning Upper Cut Productions is well placed to talk about the ins and outs of aerial filming at the top end of the industry.
Hands Up Who Got A Drone From Santa?
Exciting isn't it? The kind of exciting you haven't felt since you woke up to find that the big man in red had popped a bunch of matchbox cars in your stocking when you were seven. This time, however, you won't just while away hours making tiny tyre tracks in your mum's living room carpet whilst mimicking screechy wheel-spin noises.
Aerialworx – Drones In The Atlantic
In September 2015, Aerialworx were approached by Talisker Whisky to film their 2015 Atlantic Challenge, the world's toughest rowing race. More people have conquered Everest than have rowed across the Atlantic. Twenty-six teams of athletes endure this enormous challenge, facing one of the most perilous oceans on earth.
Drone Show Lands In London
The SkyTech 2016 UAV Conference & Exhibition returns for its second edition at London's Business Design Centre on the 27th & 28th January 2016. Now in its second year SkyTech 2016 will include an exhibition, three conferences, workshops, product launches, live demonstrations and marketing opportunities for the commercial UAV industry.
Lights, Camera, Take Off...
While your first consideration should always be the skill and experience of the pilot and remote camera operator, your second should be the suitability of the drone. Surprisingly, our clients rarely ask us about this.
Flying High In The Legal Sky
When I became the MD of Alias Hire last year, I knew that I needed to take Alias into other directions, writes Danny Dawson. As a pure dry hire company we were okay. Not doing bad at all in fact. But new brooms do sweep clean and I was keen to make my mark. So, what directions? There's the obvious of course; crew and diverse kit.
Decode Discusses Drones
Decode has been flying drones for several years now, getting involved in productions ranging from commercials, feature films all the way through to corporate as well as servicing and maintenance. We have drones that can fly from the smallest camera to a full size RED Dragon or ALEXA Mini camera.
Taking Off With Ka-Boom
Capturing aerial footage is simple. This is true, for the most part, due to readily available off the shelf drones (or UAVs as they are sometimes referred). By Leonie May, Marketing, RUSTA. Capturing footage that is legal, useable and tells a story, however, adds a little more complexity to the equation.
UAV: How Has The Industry Developed
Over the past 12 months, I have visited and exhibited at numerous shows, trade days and exhibitions across the UK, writes James Rawlings, Wide Horizons. Some have been aimed solely at the UAV industry, others not so much. It was the shows which were not developed around the UAV industry which showed, in my opinion at least, the development of the UAV industry and where it looks to be heading.
Isle Of Staffa And Fingal's Cave
The mission brief was simple, the plan highly ambitious. We had to fly a drone, in a narrow sea cave, in a storm, on a remote Scottish island, in the middle of the Hebrides and come home unscathed. The only thing missing, the strap line, "Your mission should you choose to accept it...
360 Degree Aerial Video With Drones – FAQs
Technology is in a constant state of motion in the video industry and even more so in the drone and visualisation industry. That doesn't mean marketing, visualisation and production companies need to adopt every new trend, but one thing you might want to pay attention to over the next 12 months, is 360 video and in particular 360 degree aerial video.