Located outside of Manchester and at the edge of the Peak District.
Zephyr Drone Services utilise drones to shoot affordable, high quality Aerial Video and Photography for private and commercial customers.
Whatever your reason for commissioning aerial video and photography, the use of drones allows for a completely different viewing experience. We can capture high resolution aerial videography in 4K, and 20 MP photographs, providing you with stunning visuals from a variety of angles and heights from ground level all the way up to 400 feet (121m).Find out more
Zephyr Drone Services is the trading name of Mark Thompson. Mark is a fully qualified CAA
approved (PfCO) drone pilot and has £1million public liability insurance to fly at altitudes up
to 400ft with permissions for aerial work.
Drones are a non-invasive solution to asset and property inspections, and so the potential to cause any damage to the building or structure is significantly reduced.Find out more
Showcase and promote your golf club with high quality aerial imagery to create a view from above.
Using the drone we can capture aerial stills and video footage of the course, the club house, as well as a video 'flyover' of each hole from tee to green.
Combining the aerial images to any existing ground photographs on your website will allow prospective new members to get a comprehensive overview of your club.
We can work with your wedding photographer on the day, or independently, to obtain a range of stunning aerial imagery of the happy couple, your family and guests and the venue, to add as a unique keepsake of your special day.
We have highlighted on here just a few areas where drones can be used. The list of uses is many and ranges across a variety of sectors.
If you have a particular idea or project in mind where you feel that aerial imagery could add some value to your vision, then please get in touch. We will be happy to discuss your requirements with you and provide you with a quotation.
Drones can be used in many different ways across a variety of sporting events and training sessions.
We can use aerial videography to shoot slower paced action such as rock climbing, to faster paced action from football to motocross, or we can simply take aerial photographs.
Drones are increasingly being used in sports training, particularly in football, whereby 'birds eye view' video footage can be captured of set piece training sessions and positional play, for post training analysis.