AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY

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Aerial cinematography for the feature film “The Bequest”.

 

From feature films to real estate videos, aerial cinematography is arguably one of the most dynamic and compelling visual mediums. Riley Lake Productions has logged countless hours of traditional cinematography and aerial video over the years from both fixed wing and rotary aircraft. With the rise of drone and UAV technology, we naturally adopted this exciting new technology to offer our clients a cost effective way for acquiring aerial video and photos without the need for expensive aircraft. We have several UAV drone aerial video systems available and have logged countless operations from real estate video and photography to action sport and feature film cinematography. Through our training and traditional cinematography experience, we have a thorough understanding of how to get the best video and images from the air before we even leave the ground.


Here is a short demo reel of some of our aerial work.



We are centrally located in Ontario with an aerial team that travel all across Canada. We have aerial camera systems available for shooting 720, 1080 and 4k video for any sized project including real estate television and feature film. We also have custom built systems and mounts for filming air to air scenarios with traditional aircraft.

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Air to air aerial cinematography for the feature film “The Bequest”.

As DRONE and UAV aerial filming technology continues to evolve, so do the responsibilities that come with flying unmanned aerial vehicles. Our drone team is registered and certified with Transport Canada and fully insured for commercial aerial cinematography.


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Our air to air system for the feature film “The Bequest”.

Need stunning aerial shots for your feature film? Looking for aerial video to promote your real estate listing? Hosting an event that needs aerial video or photos from the air? Contact us today to discuss your aerial photo and video needs.


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