Aerial Photographer Wroxham
CAA Approved and Fully Insured Drone Services
Based in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, Kingfisher Drones are ideally located to
provide aerial photography services across East Anglia.
We are fully insured for commercial aerial photography and filming.
We are fully licensed drone operators, providing a professional service to our clients.
To Discuss your Current Project
Kingfisher Drones offer a wide range of services to individuals, businesses and industry.
If you would like to discuss your current project
Areas We Cover
Norwich and surrounding suburbs, Wroxham, Stalham, The Norfolk Broads, Barton Turf, Neatishead, Irstead, Hickling, Potter Heigham, Ludham, Dilham, Thurne, Catfield, Ingham, Horsey, Salhouse, South Walsham, Rollesby, Filby, Acle, Cantley, Blofield, Reedham, Martham, Hemsby and Scratby.
Aerial photography can bring a new dimension to your marketing, advertising and online presence.
Whether you require landscape, industrial or property photography, we can provide stunning images for your next project.
For advertising, film, documentaries, music videos, online marketing, landscapes, tourism and promotional films, we can shoot in ultra high definition 4K resolution and provide video editing services across the UK.
By using a drone to conduct a roof survey, we can access areas that would normally require extensive scaffolding and man power. We can provide high resolution pictures and video, highlighting any issues more quickly than traditional inspection techniques.
Aerial photography can give developers, councils, local authorities and planning teams an overall view of a site that would be impossible to achieve from ground level alone. We can enable you to see things from a new angle.
Drone inspections reduce risks of working at height and give clear cost savings for your business. Accessing hard to reach areas safely, quickly and efficiently.
Kingfisher Drones insist on the highest safety standards and deliver results.
Utilising aerial video or photography of a construction site can give decision makers, investors or project managers a clear insight into progress of a project. Regular aerial inspections can even highlight previously unseen safety concerns on site.