Upshot Photos is a professional drone photography service in Southport offering cost-effective aerial images with quick turnaround times.
We use state-of-the art DJI drones with 4K cameras for video and ultra-high resolution still photography.
With more than 25 years in the digital imaging and computer-graphics industry, our photo-processing experience and studio equipment gives us the leading edge over competitors when it comes to the finished article – the images you require.
Recent drone photography
Drone photography services include
- Estate agent property photos and footage
- Building-damage investigations
- Property development
- Weddings and parties
- Roof surveys
- Public events
- Crop surveys
- Flood damage
Why use Upshot Photos?
We specialise in high-quality aerial photography and video with quick turnaround — but that doesn’t mean we cut corners.
Our aerial photography drones are extremely powerful but extremely compact which means less setup time and less to go wrong than some equipment which can be more bulky, more time consuming and more complicated to operate.
There’s a lot of companies out there using increasingly sophisticated and expensive equipment which, in many cases, can be like using a sledgehammer to crack a wall nut.
Just be careful you don’t end up over paying towards somebody’s expensive hobby equipment.
Upshot Photos is based in Southport, west Lancashire and we can cover the whole of the north west at short notice if required.
Please get in touch for more details about our drone photography services.
We’re licensed, legal, and fully insured
Operating within the law is essential when hiring a drone photography service.
Upshot photos is fully licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) with Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO).
This allows us operate safely within almost any airspace and allows us to buy insurance to cover the operations in which we participate on your behalf.
Drone operators MUST be qualified and licensed by the CAA or you and your operator could be liable to prosecution by the CAA with a maximum punishment of five years in prison. Read more here.