Frequently Asked Questions
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How Much Do Your Services Cost?
We price our services on an individual basis as there are a number of factors to consider; every project we undertake varies in length but there can also be a large amount of planning and editing involved which has to be considered.
It is important to remember quality and skill both come at a price; we have spent thousands of pounds developing our skills and ensure we use quality equipment to deliver what is needed for our clients.
Where Are You Based?
We are based in Gravesend, Kent and cover the whole of the South East region.
We happily travel across the country to capture content and regularly visit Yorkshire, Scotland & Cornwall on the requests of our clients.
Due to the solid relationships we have built within the industry, if we at DPS Aerial are unable to undertake a job, we will do our best to refer you to a local operator who may be able to assist.
What Equipment Do You Use?
We have a wide range of equipment at our disposal and are regularly asked to trial new and innovative equipment and software as our opinion is well respected.
For aerial photography we regularly use a DJI Phantom 4 Pro however for certain. jobs we may use an alternative aircraft or utilise a mast system. Choosing the right tool for the job is one of the most important factors when planning for a job.
For ground photography we mainly use a range of Canon DSLR cameras, alongside a range of Canon L series and Sigma Art lenses.
How Can I Book?
If you feel our services would benefit you or your business, please fill in the contact form at the top of the page with an overview of the project you have in mind.
We will aim to contact you to discuss it in more detail within 48 hours and will then be in a better position to provide an accurate quote on both price and timescale.
Different payment and deposit options can be discussed. Our standard practice is a minimum of 50% upfront.
Can Anyone Fly A Drone?
To fly a drone commercially within the UK, pilots are required to hold a PfCO. We are regulated by the CAA and must adhere to a set of rules to perform each flight in a safe and legal manner. To insure the flight is carried out in a safe and legal manner, It is important you hire a professional.
We have public liability insurance to the value of £1,000,000 which can be extended to £20,000,000 for individual jobs if required.
What Happens If There Is Bad Weather?
In the lead up to a job we monitor the weather closely to reduce any negative impact it may have to our project. We work closely with our clients to make suitable arrangements but from time to time, the best thing to do is reschedule.
For full information or if you have any additional questions, please take a look at our Terms & Conditions or get in touch with us