The Commercial Real Estate firm Fischer Company commissioned Spokane Drone Photography to deliver aerial images of the Guardian Life Insurance campus in Spokane Washington. This aerial project was best completed via helicopter so one was employed for the task. This allowed us to get high enough to show the entire campus in perspective with the rest of North Spokane without the FAA imposed 400 foot height limit with drones. Guardian has office locations all over the United States as well as approximately 8,000 employees and a network of over 3,000 financial representatives in more than 70 agencies nationwide. Interior/Exterior still images & editing provided by RL Miller Photography
SPOKANE WASHINGTON – Kent Adams from the radio show Spokane Talks Online hosted Rob Miller on March 15 to discuss the upcoming drone conference happening on Tuesday March 21st from 9 AM to 5 PM at the Spokane Convention Center. Spokane Drone Photography will have a vendor booth at the conference and Rob will be speaking at 3:00 PM AM along with fellow photographers and drone pilots Andy Keatts and Grant Gillies. A stunning drone video produced by our team will be featured at 10:00 AM featuring content from Rob, Andy, Grant, and several other local media professionals.
Polaris is a modern apartment community located in desirable Covington, Washington. Spokane Drone Photography performed the Aerial Photography and RL Miller Photography took the Architectural Images. Featuring upscale 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes with resort style amenities. At Polaris you’ll find places to relax, entertain, and energize. With countless amenities including a state of the art cardio and fitness center, entertainer’s clubhouse, and theater room, Polaris at Covington offers luxury like nowhere else. Living at Polaris at Covington you’ll find yourself just minutes from premier shopping, dining, prestigious schools, and transit.
I had the privilege of talking with Andrew Buchanan of the APA (American Photographic Artists) group to discuss how companies are using Drones for commercial photography. Based in Seattle WA, Andrew is a 20 year architectural and interior photography professional and drone skeptic, but wanted to show differing points of view for the article. Also included in the conversation is Cameron Davidson, a corporate, editorial, and advertising photographer based in Alexandria, VA who now offers drone services to his clients. All three of us still shoot aerial photographs from a helicopter, but you can hear each of our stories on how drones have affected our respective businesses by reading the rest of the article here:
About APA: “American Photographic Artists (APA) exists to provide business tools that help photographic artists of all levels run a smarter, more creative, and profitable business. Established in 1981, APA has a strong heritage of providing benefits, which help our members achieve creative and financial success.”
Dry Falls is a 3.5 mile (5,600 m) long canyon in central Washington, opposite the Upper Grand Coulee from the Columbia River, and at the head of the Lower Grand Coulee. During the last ice age, catastrophic flooding channeled water and glacial ice originating from Western Montana and Idaho at an estimated 65 miles per hour over this 400-foot (120 m) rock face. It is estimated that the falls were five times the width of Niagara Falls with 10x the flow of all the current rivers in the world combined during this time. No water currently flows over the falls but there is standing water in the many pools left when the river dried up. Check out the video below, watch in 1080p or 4k for best results.
This short video was produced using footage captured in November 2016 with a #DJI #Inspire 1 and #GoPro.