(Pricing is also shown on the appointment scheduling page.)
Aerial Drone Photography and Videography
• Basic drone shoot: up to 20 minutes per in-flight session – $120
• Additional 20-minute in-flight sessions, each – $60
• Half-day drone shoot – $600
• Full-day drone shoot – $1000
• Obtain FAA permission to fly in a Restricted Flight Zone, see Note 2 (Prepay) – $120
• Unprocessed photos and videos downloaded to client onsite – included
• Processed photos and videos delivered – included
• Service location within 40-minute driving distance of Beardstown, Illinois – included
• Additional 30-minute driving time (one way) – $30
• Plan/execute off-road aerial drone session, per hour (Prepay) – $45
• Deliver up to 25 still photo files, adjusted for brightness, contrast, and color – included
• Additional client-specified photo and video editing, per hour – $60
• Video production package, approx. 60-120 seconds of edited video, see Note 3 – $210
(Includes intro, video clip(s), stabilization, photos, credits, and YouTube link)
Client-specified audio track, up to 120 seconds, cost plus labor, per hour – Cost + $60
• Short Video Clip, add information slides to the beginning of your video clip – $90
Our hourly rate for photography and post-production is $60.
Drone flight time is $120 per hour.
(Why $120 per hour? To cover FAA licensing, drone acquisitions, operating costs, insurance, pre-flight planning, etc.)
Ready to Get Started?
It’s easy to schedule your aerial drone photography appointment. Just call Dale at 217-322-7463 or contact us through WhatsApp or Messenger for an appointment. We’ll get back to you in less than 24 hours. We’re glad to give price quotes by phone.
- Our prices are subject to change.
- Operations in FAA Flight Restricted Zones involve significant coordination with the FAA, airport, and drone manufacturer. Our level of effort must be prepaid. We cannot guarantee permission will be received.
- Our finished videos will meet your expectations for a professional level of effort. We’re experts with video production and typically put in 4 hours for a 2-minute video.