Our client, Sharon from Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage contacted Adelaide Aerial to produce, shoot and edit a video for her website.
Not only was shooting in the magnificent Barossa a fantastic experience but the final cut of the video came out pretty cool as well.
Two local Adelaide entrepreneurs Kate and Kate, from the original Australian made Play Pouch contacted Adelaide Aerial to produce, shoot and edit a short video for use on their website and social media platforms.
Although the thought of a million pieces of Lego on a shoot was a bit daunting, the Play Pouch lived up to its name, saved the day and our client was very happy with the final cut.
Banrock Station contacted Adelaide Aerial to produce, shoot and edit a 6 minute visitor introduction video.
Compiled over 2 years showing aspects of the wetland cycle and points of interest around the property, aerials were also used to promote Banrock's world leading role in wetland conservation and environmental protection.
Whether its Instagram, Facebook or any other social media platform, drone aerials provide an instant eye catching perspective for any promotion.
Here is an amazing shot of our very own PORT WILLUNGA
and also a top down view of the PORT VINCENT MARINA
If you are involved in any outdoor event and you're after drone aerials like this shot at the start of the Yorke Peninsular Saltwater Classic then gives us a call at Adelaide Aerial.
Safety at these events is paramount and we are covered by a $20M Public Liability Insurance.