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Studies have shown that properties with drone footage tend to sell faster and at a higher price

Property lines can be drawn to indicate the location of the property*.

Pictures are run through Metadata so that each aerial picture will have the coordinates of the location as to where the picture was taken.

*property lines are a rough estimate. Outlines are not exact. Size and measurement will vary

**not all photos will have property lines.


Drone footage can provide a unique and visually appealing perspective of a property, which can help attract more potential buyers and ultimately lead to a quicker sale and higher selling price.

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All aerial footage is shot by a FAA certified licensed operator.  All videos will be edited to enhance the appeal to the buyer. 

Photos will be processed and returned within 48 hours after the completion of the aerial shot. You will have a chance to view all the photos before purchase.  

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Drone photography and videography of potential land real estate to sell to a client is a critical component of the marketing  process, as high-quality images can make a significant impact on the perceived value and desirability of the property. In today's digital age, where potential buyers often form their first impressions of a property through online listings and advertisements, captivating photographs play a crucial role in attracting interest, generating leads, and ultimately closing the sale. As a real estate photographer, it is essential to approach each land property with a eye for detail, a strong understanding of composition and lighting, and a strategic mindset to showcase the unique features and potential of the land. One of the key considerations when photographing land real estate is capturing the essence and character of the property in a way that resonates with potential buyers. Each parcel of land has its own distinct features, whether it be rolling hills, open fields, wooded areas, or waterfront access, and it is important to highlight these unique attributes through thoughtful composition and framing. By carefully selecting vantage points, angles, and perspectives, photographers can showcase the natural beauty and potential of the land, allowing viewers to envision themselves on the property and imagine the possibilities it holds. When photographing land real estate, it is essential to pay attention to lighting, as it can greatly influence the mood, atmosphere, and overall quality of the images. Natural light is often the preferred choice for outdoor photography, as it can create soft, warm tones and highlight the textures and details of the land. Photographers should aim to shoot during the golden hours of sunrise and sunset when the light is most flattering and dramatic, casting long shadows and adding depth and dimension to the photograph. In addition, using reflectors, diffusers, or artificial lighting can help balance out harsh sunlight and create even, will-exposed images. Composition is another critical aspect of real estate photography, as it determines how the viewer's eye moves through the frame and what elements are emphasized in the image. When photographing land real estate, photographers should strive to create visually engaging compositions that lead the viewer's gaze towards the focal points of the property, such as scenic views, natural landmarks, or key features. The rule of thirds, leading lines, framing and symmetry are all compositional techniques that can be used to create dynamic and aesthetically pleasing photographs that draw the viewer in and highlight the most attractive aspects of the land. 

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