I had the opportunity to visit one of my clients in the Gold Coast. I stayed at the Surfer's Paradise and really enjoyed the weather & most importantly the hospitality.
Well I am not gonna lie, I did not pay too much attention on how fast Armstrong Creek has developed over the last few years.I could still clearly remember 4 years ago when I moved into my first house in Armstrong Creek, there was literally nothing but scattered land around where I was. The train station was not open and there was no developed neighbourhood whats so ever. And then all in a sudden, everything around me started to change. From the open traffic of the Waurn Ponds Train Station to fully saturated households, it did not leave me too much time to admit how fast things could change.
Aerial Shots For Real Estate Done The Right Way The most common question we get asked when preparing a real estate shot is how we can ensure that the targeted property can be illustrated perfectly, from every angle possible.The answer is simple. How would you like your property to be featured if you were the owner of the property? First thing first, we need to get ourselves familiarised with the law required when taking real estate shots. Neighbouring houses around the targeted property need to be blurred or covered, either by applying a blurring tool or providing privacy shading.The most paramount element when getting the house ready for drone shots is to know its nearby amenities. As this allows potential buyers to know the property and its surroundings such as shopping centres, schools and attractions etc. And then it comes down to the second most important thing: weather. Not to mention you should never operate drones when it's raining or the wind speed exceeds 25km/hour, the light condition of the time when the drone is going to be taken also serves a key role to ensure the quality of the final product. Obviously the skill level of the drone pilot you hired is sharp as not only does he/she need to operate the drone professionally, the distance & height between the drone and the targeted property needs to be done the right way to best illustrate the house in focus.At DroneHub, we prefer to set the drone operating parameters at about 200-metre away and 100-metre on top of the property.Last but not least, a good, experienced content editor or photoshop expert can further facilitate the overall visual effect of the final product. As you only get to impress buyers once, the first impression when they see the property photos must be done the right way. Facebook
An Aerial Shot Of The Grovedale Community Garden It was my pleasure today to have the opportunity to prepare the drone shot for Grovedale Community Garden. Thank you so much for creating such a wonderful place for people with a farmer's dream. I wish every single piece of farmland bloom and flourish. If you need help with your aerial photography, contact us for an obligation free quote. #dronehubaustralia #aerialshot #grovedalecommunitygarden
Is Your Drone Pilot Licensed? Flying drones can be fun, and it also can be rewarding as a career. But did you know that not every drone pilot out there is licensed (well...no matter how they claim themselves to be) and it might leave you and your business in jeopardy if the unexpected ever happens due to them not being able to get insurance? Then this article is for you! By JASON ZHAO Flying drones can be fun, and also can be rewarding as a career. But did you know that not every drone pilot out there is licensed? Drone pilots without proper license is not eligible for public liability insurance, therefore you and your business might be in danger if something nasty happens because you hired them?RePL (Remote Pilot License) is a license issued by CASA (Civil Aviation Safety Authority) where it certifies that the person holding RePL is specially trained and tested for professional drone operation, radio broadcasting & aerial legislation knowledge.These extra little steps ensure that licensed pilots are professional drone pilots as opposed to pilots for recreational purposes only. Licensed drone pilots are eligible for taking out public liability insurance and can operate drones outside normal hours for some of the most amazing shots such as dusk & dawn. Licensed pilots frequently get updates regarding any drone operating rules & legislations to ensure they are made aware to any changes in the drone industry in terms of flying safely & professionally."At DroneHub Australia, all our drone pilots are CASA certified drone operators therefore we have access to a wider range of flying conditions and are equipped with some of the best drones for the ultimate aerial imagery for both commercial & recreational uses."So do yourself a favour. Next time you hire someone for a job, ask to see proof of their license. That way you will be sure to know if you are hiring the right person! Or simply contact one of our certified drone pilots for a quote of your next project.