Tim Whittaker Photography supplies a full range of aerial photographic and video services, using Helicopter, Fixed and UAV
Tim Whittaker Photography has, over the last 5 years, been trialing and developing the Photodrone or UAPV (Unmanned Aerial Photographic Vehicle) and now has a stable high quality working platform
It has a GPS guidance system, gyroscopically stabilized, FPV (First Person View) allowing remote control using a video link. On board also there is an HD video camera and a Hi-Res stills digital camera independently controlled. The HD video link can be viewed by the client in real time during the flight.
The Photodrone is in addition to our fleet of services for Aerial Photographic options complimenting our fixed wing, helicopter platforms.
Primarily focusing on 3 services;
- Vertical Imaging
- Oblique Imaging
- HD Video (with live in-flight streaming)
Some of the uses include;
- Elevated Real Estate photography
- Police crime scene surveillance
- Fire scene work
- Promotional HD aerial videos
- High Structure inspection
- Disaster zone work
- Municipal Property
- Civil Engineering projects
- Televison News
Tim Whittaker Photography & the Photodrone
are based in Hawkes Bay but travel throughout the country.
PART 102 CERTIFIED
Tim Whittaker has over 25 years commercial and aerial photography experience and holds Pilots Licences for Balloon, Fixed Wing (PPL), Paraglider & Paramotor. We are also the first in Hawke’s Bay to hold the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority Part 102 Certification for U.A.V. (Pilotless Aircraft) Operations
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Please visit www.tim.co.nz or contact Tim from this site for further information.
Ths week I have mapped more than 100 hectares of land for a client. The results were amazing and very useful to the client. I decided to see just how the setup handled large objects.. like the Sports Park grandstand.. I think it did pretty well
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- On a stills drone shoot late last year I decided to also take some video which turned out to be quite amazing. Seems the world media have grabbed it big timeThis clip of sheep being mustered has gone global and viral! Over 2,000,000 people viewed it in The Telegraph site alone
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