Drones and Landscape Gardening

When a landscape gardener conceives a project, they will draw it out in plan form.  The design is made from a bird’s eye view that’s never been very easy to actually view when it is completed.  Drones are set to change all of this and showcase landscape gardening projects to potential clients as they have never been seen before.

Using a combination of photography and cinematography, a drone can be deployed simply and cheaply to document the progress of a project with an eye to producing a transformation video that will bring home your company’s capabilities to potential clients in a very visual manner.   The price of flights  is so reasonable that is cost effective to take a view both before the project begins and after it is completed (along with intervening periods for larger projects if required).  The drone can fly over the whole area creating aerial still photographs and video sweeps, focusing on key areas and displaying how the whole design works together to create a finished landscape that your clients can enjoy.

How Drone Media Imaging can Aid Landscape Gardening Companies

Drone Media Imaging can simply capture the still and video images and provide you with the raw data to pass to your marketing department to use in customer presentations and other marketing materials.  Alternatively, they can create a finished presentation on your behalf, using all the media gathered over the project, combining video clips with still images and even setting the whole thing to  a suitable audio track to create a powerful and emotive marketing tool for future clients to view.

Drone Media Imaging fully CAA licensed and  are based in Sussex, but work across the UK to capture drone footage for a wide variety of purposes. Just get in touch to discuss future projects, understand the potential benefits of using drones for your business, and explore the opportunities.

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