Building inspection photography.
Aerial photography was carried out as a building inspection photography exercise to ascertain the structural soundness of the roofing on this former Church of Ireland place of worship.
After a safety inspection involving online and then manual preflight location scouting of the building’s location at Cushendun village, Northern Ireland, we flew our drone camera around the property to ensure it was a safe distance from nearby phone lines, trees and members of the public.
Aerial drone photography was then carried out where we photographed the whole building and sections of the roof from directly overhead.
To give an indication of it’s size and location, we then photographed The Old Church Centre by air from a forty five degree angle to show it’s proximity to surrounding woodland and the nearby shoreline.
Location – The Old Church Centre, Cushendun
Video by Bout Yeh aerial drone photography and video Belfast, Northern Ireland
The Old Church Centre photographed from a vertical elevation to show it’s position within its immediate natural surroundings.
Moving closer to The Old Church Centre, we see the roof detail throughout the property.
Three quarter view of the building’s bell tower and it’s connection with the main roof structure.
Our aerial drone camera was positioned further from the bell tower to present detail in the building’s original roof.
Close-up vertical elevation showing the roof and decorative detail of The Old Church Centre’s bell tower.
The main roof of The Old Church Centre photographed to show the effects of sunlight and moss growth on it’s south and north facing slopes.
Three quarter aerial photograph of The Old Church Centre showing its proximity and road access to the nearby coastline.