With Winter fast approaching, drone photographers that haven't invested in reasonable editing software and the skills to use it, will stand out from the best in the business as their shots will show miserable skies, dreary weather and will generally make a poor impression on both buyer and seller alike.
Programs like Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom can help you perform sky replacements, a fairly simple, yet time consuming task that can remove smoke, haze, and other unsightly skies and replace them with the clear blue skies of summer. The bonus in Winter is that with the cloud cover, shadows are greatly reduced so photos can actually turn out better - with the right tweaks here and there.
The difference in drone photography in the Winter months is the weather can make things tough. High winds can leave only small windows of opportunity for a safe flight making pre-booking essential. Rain will cancel a flight and intense cloud cover often forces light aircraft to fly lower, increasing the risk of an incident - so flying within close line of sight becomes essential.
Although a professional aerial photographer will have the right insurance - safety is always key, a drone to the face will leave a scar and put your client at significant legal risk. If your drone pilot doesn't perform a flight plan, along with a Job Safety Assessment for every flight this is a tell tail sign you are not dealing with a professional and you should question your future business with that person.
For all your real estate drone needs, contact James Baylee on 0421 904 469 - UFO DRONE.