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Introduction: Not just another guy with a drone. I have flown remote aircraft for over 10 years. I currently fly a DJI Inspire 2 aircraft with an X5S mirrorless micro four thirds camera with interchangeable lenses that produces top quality imagery. For smaller jobs I have other smaller aircraft that also exceed expectations. Registered with FAA and Part 107 Compliant. Aerials are just one part of my passion though. I also shoot video and photography ground based. Portraits, pets, children, sports architectural, landscape - I shoot it all. I love seeing my customers faces light up when they see the shots I get for them. I like to know I am making a difference for their project and I like that the product I am able to produce for them is of top quality. It's something that can be shown to anyone for any purpose.
6 years in business
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NorthernStar did an outstanding job shooting the aerials of our motocross track and fast action clips of our racers riding the track!May 15, 2017
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My pricing is professionally competitive in the industry. Beware of pricing much lower as your likely not actually dealing with a professional. Pros have a cost of doing business and they know what that is. They base there pricing on an hourly rate that is calculated based on the cost of doing business.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I like to speak on the phone and/or meet in person to discuss your needs and talk about your ideas and concepts. On the day of the shoot I'll be there early to set up and make sure everything goes smoothly.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Aside from Part 107 pilots courses for compliant commercial aerial services, I have the best education- a lifetime of experience and a passion to always learn new things. Photography and videography, editing, sound production, and post - you can go to school for these things but there really are no rules. back in the film days I did take photography for 2 years but that is mostly learning to develop film and understanding the controls and abilities if the camera generally.