Drone photography and videography portfolio – the seasons blend together in one seamless take
Integrate contrast of the seasons and keep your brand well ahead of the curve.
Matching GPS coordinates logged during our drone’s original flight, we seamlessly matched footage taken of autumn colours with the same snow covered location some weeks later, of the Belfast Castle nestled in the foothills of the dramatic Cave Hill Country Park, resulting in this head turning footage.
While you may feel your property looks best in summer, the benefits of showing your premises throughout the seasons, perhaps in a continuous aerial video take like this, prompts the viewer to consider visiting throughout the year.
Commissioning Bout Yeh’s experienced aerial drone video production teams allows your property to be presented in a style comparable with the best, ensuring you maximum ROI that keeps your brand looking great.
Experienced filming from the air for BBC Worldwide and producing aerial and ground based video productions that get results.
Filming and photographing hotels and other hospitality properties and locations to give your marketing material that much needed edge.
Aerial photography and video productions of the construction process, roof and building inspections, and mouth watering imagery of the completed project.
Commercial & Residential
Let's take your aerial imagery far away from the generic and deliver the engagement you demand.
Video production freeze-frame showing a dynamic perspective of the frontage of the Portico of Ards building.
Moving forward from Windmill Hill tower we see The Portico of Ards in the distance, situated in a central position within the County Down town of Portaferry.
With our drone positioned to give a general view of The Portico of Ards, we begin a 360 degree rotation to show the detail, architecture and location of this uniquely styled building.
Using an edit technique, we move inside through an exterior window to reveal the building’s ornate interior.
Rising up past the modern organ pipes and historic stained glass window, we begin our move outside, as if through the glass.