Drone Video Production

We can not only provide cutting edge drone videography and aerial photography but we are proud to be drone certified!
Ever since we received our drone certification we have been flying the skies of St Pete, Anna Maria Island, Palm Harbor, Sarasota, Dunedin and beautiful Los Cabos, Mexico.

Even though we are located on beautiful Anna Maria Island we help clients with their drone video production needs all over the United States of America. We recently had the opportunity to travel to Tulum Mexico and capture some of the magic one experiences when traveling to such a place. View video ➞

I used to think the sky was the limit… I was wrong.

Patricia Filomeno, Ink Graphics Media Drone Pilot

Drone photography is the capture of still images and video by a remotely operated or autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), also known as an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) or more commonly as a drone.

At Ink Graphics Media we love mixing different types of video footage to make our client video work stand out from the competition. We use our video camera footage and add a mix of drone footage, GoPro footage, editing skills and background music along with logo intros and the result is breathtakingly beautiful.

USGS aerial photography crew gathers data following the landfall of a hurricane. Digital video and recording system used aboard aircraft during coastal oblique video and photography missions. Aerial video is an emerging form of data acquisition for scene understanding and object tracking. The video is captured by low flying aerial platforms that integrate Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and automated image processing to improve the accuracy and cost-effectiveness of data collection and reduction. Recorders can incorporate in-flight voice records from the cockpit intercom system. The addition of audio narration is an extremely valuable tool for documentation and communication. GPS data is incorporated with a text-captioning device on each video frame. Helicopter platforms enable “low and slow” flights, acquiring a continuous visual record without motion blur.

Source: Wikipedia.com