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Yes, drone photography is India is legal but one has to obtain permission from the government authorities for the same. The Officer of the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has released the Civil Aviation Requirements (CAR) for operation of drones. Hence, drone photography is legal in India as long as the service provider is complying with the guidelines laid down by the GDCA.
While being airborne, the drone should remain in Visual line of sight. Each drone flying in the Indian sky must have a Unique Identification number issued by DGCA. If the drone camera has to be flown over 200 feet, above the ground level in uncontrolled airspace, then one needs to procure Unmanned aircraft operator permit (UAOP) form DGCA. It is not allowed to fly drone in controlled airspaces.
Yes, the videos that are captured by drone cameras are optimized in such a way that they can be viewed on almost all devices. We will also provide you with the raw footage with several formats.
Apart from aerial photography, we offer the following services:
  1. Aerial Mapping
  2. Aerial Surveying
  3. Aerial investigation
  4. Precise Survey of huge buildings, wind mills, Real Estates, towers, dams, bridges ,etc.
  5. Film Making
Active collaboration with the clients is an essential aspect of our service. We remain in close contact with our customers during all the stages of photography and final production. We also provide you with raw footage and previews of edited footage. We make prompt adjustments in keeping with your demands and likes.
It normally takes 7-10 days for the completion of a project. However, this duration may vary depending upon the nature of the work and the requirements of the clients.
We usually demand 50% of the payment in advance before the start of the work and the remaining payment can be made after the completion of the project.