Aerial Photography Services based in Scotland

As an experienced aerial photographer, you can be sure Aerial Scotland will deliver

From fixed wing aircraft to the current UAV with the latest photographic technology, we capture quality images from your required specification.

There are many drone operators on the market in Scotland right now that have aquired their Permission for Aerial Work having little or no understanding of photographic principles, so they may work safely and take aerial photographs, but unless they have a photographic background, they are not going to deliver the images that you were hoping for.

Aaron Sneddon of Aerial Scotland has a lengthy history of taking images from the air. From using a kite with stabilised pan/tilt camera rig on, to pocking a telephoto lens out of a moving aircraft, then using a huge vehicle sized balloon to capture photos in the most bazarre fashion, Aaron really does understand what it takes to get that image every time.

Aaron has worked on many live film sets as a pool photographer, capturing images on behalf of the press as the cameras were rolling. Aaron has captured images for many broadcast and commercial organisations including those below. Aaron understands that when you give a brief, this will be carried out in the safest way possible, you will be delighted with the finished product.

(Golf Illustrated, BBCI, BBC Online, BBC News (TV), STV, The Herald, The Scotsman, The Sunday Post, Daily Record, Edinburgh News, The Catholic Church of Scotland, The Star, The Scottish Sun newspaper, Daily Mail, The Inverness Press and Journal, The Stirling Observer, The Strathspey Herald, Total Film Magazine, TV Digital (German) magazine, Aeriel Camera Systems, Nicola Sturgeon MSP, BBC In House magazine, BBC (Day in Pictures), British Philatelic Bulletin (Royal Mail), Mobility (UK Government agency), Mammals UK magazine) and many more.

Record breaking rowing attempts , breaking news events, live concerts, new developments, we've been there, and we're there for your next requirement.

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