Aerial videos open up the potential to affordably capture your subject and tell a story you've wanted to share but could never afford. A whole new means of communicating to your audience just opened up. Hiring a professional video service to schedule a helicopter, is gone along with the huge cost. Now you can market business or organization with dollars that are in your budget.
Pictures speak a thousand words. But aerial videos speak 1.8 million words per minute! Communicate with your residents, stakeholders and more. Preview off site locations, construction, new facilities and more. They say seeing is believing. Put your audience in the action. Let the video start the dialogue and tell them your story.
A look at many features of McCullom Park of the Downers Grove Park District. Bring your residents out to the park and show them the amenities that await them.
A great capture of the Bloomingdale Park District Saturday morning grand re-opening of their remodeled facility.
A series of aerial videos were created for Highland Park Park District to send to members revealing the progress as the Sunset Valley Golf Course was redesigned and rebuilt.
Highland Park Park District created a video to inform residents of their intent to transform a former golf course into a natural area for the better of the community and environment.
Downers Grove Park District built a brand new golf shelter on its driving range extending the comfort and seasons for their dedicated users.
Glencoe Park District and Glencoe District 35 collaborated to erect a new and unique playground equipped with accessible features, rolling mounds and a stage area for creative play.
This project was a promo video shot for a small campground along the Illinois River in Morris, Illinois. It was fun to navigate the trees in the camp and fly over the water to get the kayak video.
Butterfield Park District reclaimed property of what was once a gas station on the corner of Route 53 and Butterfield Road. Three aerial videos were released to share the progress with the public. This was the third video.
I took this short video I was so impressed with the solar panel and roof of Clarke in Roselle, Illinois. They didn't ask for it I just happened to have a few minutes and recorded it. Look at the water storage tank at the end of the roof on the ground that holds rainwater for their gardens!
Students of Willowbrook High School were allowed to participate in the March 14, 2018 National School Walkout during school hours. Almost 200 students chose to walk in support of the protest against gun violence across the United States.
The facility manager at Red Oak Nature Center was working on an advanced degree and asked me to help her with her class project. She supplied the subject and content. I flew the mission and edited the work.
A construction company asked me to take a video of their building being built. Told them a drone would kick up all sorts of drywall dust. So I tried out my DJI Osmo handheld device with the DJI Z5 lens from my Inspire 1 Pro drone. It was an experiment in movement and lighting for me.