Make Sky High Memories at Your Next Event
When you want to remember a special event, nothing quite captures those moments like the high-definition footage of drone videography and photography. Because drones are easily portable, it’s easy to mark your special occasion and turn any gathering into a fun memory to be later shared. Consider using a drone for events such as:
- Trade shows
- Golf Outings
- Car shows
- Boat shows
- Birthday parties
- Sporting events
- Fundraisers/Charity event
Drone Weddings - Document your dream wedding with aerial photography. Capture the best ever family photo with every single family member, your entire wedding party, the procession, and the couple’s first kiss after the vows. You could also include video, to make sure everyone gets a look at your favorite uncle’s crazy dance moves. DroneAscent provides the unscripted fun of celebrations that will be will enjoyed for years.
Drone Events -Create seamless and cool marketing and event recap videos so all of your efforts are memorialized with an eagle eye aerial perspective. Destination representatives and event planners can show potential clients the specific features of the location and crowd capacity in a new way.
Drone Fundraisers - DroneAscent can highlight a new perspective of action and fun, with the final video piece serving as a reminder of the great event you’ve put together to share on social media to keep awareness for our cause at the forefront. Raise additional funds by selling the photos for your event to participants!
Drones at Sporting Events - Capture all the perspectives you can imagine! It’s easy to catch all the great angles and never miss a move when your game is recorded by a drone. By using a drone to follow the action on the field, you can guarantee you don’t miss any of it due to a bad angle or being too far away. Drone footage can also be used to put together a highlight reel for college athletes ore relive an indelible moment in slow motion.
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Photo courtesy of our Pilot Michael Martin.