Welcome to FAD-Photo! We provide precision aerial photography services in the Fredericksburg area, including Spotsylvania, King George, Culpeper, Orange, and Stafford. We preprogram our Phantom 4 Professional V2 drone's video sessions for smooth, repeatable flights. Also, we use our own proprietary software to determine the exact flight parameters for drone photography. We're very good at this and usually capture your desired images on the first flight. You'll find our prices affordable and the quality of our photography, videography, and mapping an excellent value.
We specialize in custom drone services that have been featured nationally on Fox News, and include industrial, commercial, real estate, land development, sporting event, and historical documentary clients.
Call or send us an e-mail if you'd like to discuss your project and make an appointment for our services.
Our drone photography services are professional, affordable, and priced competitively. We accept company checks and most credit cards for payment. We strive for 100 percent satisfaction with every customer and appreciate feedback about our service.
Photos and videos from any angle, any altitude up to 400 feet, and any speed up to 35 mph. Do you need post-production processing? Ask about our additional services that touch up and stabilize your photos and videos.
Unlike other drone photography firms, our drone pilots are FAA-certified and insured for your peace of mind. Make certain that the service you use is FAA-certified and insured before you make your commitment. Find out why now.
Shooting down an aerial drone is a federal crime and could result in criminal liability. Regardless of how a property owner feels about a drone’s (perceived) invasion of privacy over their private property, there are more civil solutions available. State Privacy Laws Favor Property Owners We established in our May 2017 blog that case law […]
There’s an altitude limit at which property owners own their airspace. Above that altitude, it’s owned by the federal government. But regardless of altitude, airborne aircraft are always operating under the jurisdiction of the Federal Aviation Administration. Federal case law first established property owner’s airspace in 1946 as a minimum altitude of 83 feet in […]
As mentioned in my 10/25/2018 blog, “Flying in High Winds – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?,” wind can affect your drone’s flight control system. In severe situations, its effects are immediately apparent on your screen, such as an image that bounces around. However, there’s another more subtle effect that can impact the quality of your […]