Mast Photography Services
We have two photographers each experienced providing architectural photography using masts. We can travel throughout the UK for clients with these masts. The masts can either be vehicle mounted or operated from a tripod. Mast Photography is often referred to as elevated photography or low level aerial photography. We are able to set our systems up in a variety of places (subject to survey) either mounted on or off our vehicle.Our mast photography services include;
• High quality still photography
• Dusk / low light photography
• 360 degree images
• HD video capture (1080p)
View our mast photography portfolio for examples of our work.
We have two mast systems and both can be used on a vehicle or on tripods. This enables the masts to be positioned in areas where vehicles are not able to get to, such as gardens in residential properties or landscaped areas surrounding commercial buildings. The masts are able to operate at heights up to 10 meters. Generally photography is taken at heights between 7-10 meters (height restrictions may apply). Some of the shots in our portfolio have been taken on different systems to our current mast services. For higher views than our current masts can provide please contact us to discuss the work required.
When shooting mast photography we consider the architectural design of the buildings and choose good light conditions to shoot the photography in. We generally plan our shoots around building position and weather forecasting, to create the best photography we can. Planning around the weather plays an important role in producing quality photography. Our cameras are operated and controlled from the ground by the photographer and the view can be seen by the client on location if required.
Our main area of expertise with masts is photographing residential property photography, commercial property photography, land, hotels and leisure facilities.
Our mast photography can also be used to produce 360 degree photography for use in tours. Also HD video is able to be captured if the client requires video footage.