From the helicopter cost, liability insurance and equipment needed, aerial photography can be a costly venture if you are just looking for display images of your amazing craft. Its not unreasonable to shoot multiple boats on one run allowing for the cost to be distributed. BriteSide Studio was commissioned to photograph both the 68′ Azimut Yacht Asylum as well as the 50′ Sport Fisher J’ Hook. As standard for our aerials the photographs were taken with two high end Nikon cameras. One was mounted with a 17-55mm lens and the other with a 70-200mm lens. This allows for different types of shots and compositions in a short time in the air adding to the quality and speed of accomplishing the goals and vision of the shoot.

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Taking off out of Tamiami Executive airport in an R-22 piloted by BravoHelicopters . BriteSide Studio skilled aerial photographer, Christian Meighan was strapped with two Nikons and a state of the art solid State HD camera from JVC. We delivered images and a photo to video production of the shoot.

Find out more about BriteSide Studio’s Boat Aerials and Photos to Video options.

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