Drones, More Than Meets The Sky!
Drone footage is not just being used for ariel views to map property lines it’s also being used as digital content in advertising and marketing. More and more consumers are seeing the added value in this new technology. As marketers start embracing this new form the numbers are rising in the demand for this type of medium which has alerted the FAA to step in with strict regulations. These new laws are designed to prohibit amateur hobbyist from interphereing with commercial air traffic.
Currently, the National Association of Realtors supports efforts to create new federal regulations to allow for the commercial use of unmanned ariel technology by the real estate industry.They are also continuing efforts to educate realtors about regulatory structure for the safe and responsible operation of unmanned ariel vehicles.
What Drones Can do For You.
Imagine giving your client a virtualt tour while he or she sits at their desk on a snowy day in Chicago and wisk them away to a beach house in Hawaii. From an ariel view you can first appreciate the property before slowly walking them down the path leading to the pacific ocean. Using 4k video with higher resolution offers an ultra cinematic experience so life like it will make your client want to stick their toes in the water. All done with effects of a drone.
Time to Hire Someone
First and foremost not all drone footage is the same. It is important to employ an experienced photographer with a creative eye, knowledge of the local & federal laws and has successfully obtained a section 333 waiver from the FAA. The benefit of a professional should offer you more choices of higher end equiptment, better angles, film quality ,editing, music and adding to an overall better & safer experience.