High Resolution Portfolio
Eye in the Sky Photography specializes in high resolution aerial photography for a variety of applications, including commercial, industrial and residential. Click on the examples below to see the level of detail we can achieve using aircraft and the best available cameras in the market.
HIGH RESOLUTION AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY: HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
Highway construction can be photographed from start to finish on a monthly basis for a lowered rate.This is a great way to track your progress and even get close enough to keep tabs on the conditions of the construction site.Photos are unrestricted and are perfect to use for monthly progress reports to owners, investors, architects and engineers.
HIGH RESOLUTION AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY: COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
Commercial properties are photographed to help companies develop future projects and plans or to capture new additions.Photos are unrestricted and can be used for website and promotional materials.
HIGH RESOLUTION AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY: CITY BUILDINGS & CONSTRUCTION
Having a good relationship with the Toronto Air Traffic Towers is an asset for those needing photography right in the heart of Toronto. We can capture great detail of the top and sides of your building to help track construction projects.
HIGH RESOLUTION: LEVEL FROM HELICOPTER
Photography from a Helicopter allows us to get very low to capture cutting edge photos of your property,Many low level photos can be stitched to create one very high resolution and extremely detailed composite.
HIGH RESOLUTION: SKI RESORT
Ski Resorts can greatly benefit from aerial photography. It is a way to help plan for new runs or can act as a map.Many chalets can fill up their large wall spaces with a large Panorama of their ski hill enjoyed and appreciated by many. These photographs are best achieved from a light sport aircraft or helicopter although for shorter focal length a drone may be desirable, of course keeping in mind that most light commercial drones do not yet reasonable carry larger DSLR cameras and are more challenging to perform camera operations and typically still require two operators.