Live Event Webcasting | Indoor Drone Video Production

Our video crew can help with your live video webcasting.  Our platform allows you to broadcast a live event or on-demand HD quality audio or video presentation to hundreds or thousands of attendees.  Combined with powerful reporting capabilities, marketers and sales executives can measure results and refine future campaigns.
We offer world-class customer support to help make your webcasts as powerful and effective as possible. We also supply event production services – camera crew, sound, staging and lighting.  We can shoot indoor aerials safely for plant tours and live convention gatherings.


314-604-6544
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Robert Haller, Drone Specialist

Aerial Drone Photography and Video | Farm Footage for GMO Documentary

Our two person crew was hired by a French Production Company in charge of production for a GMO documentary. We shot a full day near Florida Missouri to gather some rather remarkable footage on such a gorgeous day. This is one view of an unedited raw clip we shot that day. This particular shot was of the farmhouse and major equipment barn.

A harvester filling a grain truck by St Louis Aerial Photography and Video

A harvester filling a grain truck by St Louis Aerial Photography and Video

We fly with the Inspire Cinematography platform and camera.
The Inspire has a curved lens design which eliminates distortion, and the 20mm focal length opens up your shots to a remarkably wide angle without that fish-eye look. The camera shoots video at 4K, 4096 x 2150 High Definition.

St Louis Aerial Photography and Film

St Louis Aerial Photography and Film

The 3-axis gimbal constantly draws on data fed by the intelligent flight controller, so it knows the aircraft’s flight parameters and computes the proper motion correction every millisecond. Such precision is only possible because of the ultra-fast, custom-made processor that is unique to the Inspire gimbal. Operating at speeds that allow the gimbal to compensate for motion and tilt in real-time, this processor controls motors on all three axes: yaw, tilt, and roll. All resulting in very smooth and completely stable shots.

314-892-1233
stlouisaerialphotography@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

Drone Aerial Video Live Events in Saint Louis

Drones. Unmanned aerial vehicles. Remotely piloted aircraft. Whatever you want to call them, they are on the verge of becoming heavyweight marketing tools.

With potential for live streaming events to digital audiences, capturing unique content and delivering exclusive viewpoints, drones are a unique visual tool to acquire your still images and film production.

Purina Live Event Pets at Work World Record.

Purina Live Event Pets at Work World Record.

314-892-1233
stlouisaerialphotography@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Aerial Photography | Manufacturing Plant Images by Drone

Today’s editing software allows for manipulation of photos well into the realm of the ridiculous. That said, post-production editing is an important aspect of the photography process. When done right, editing can make photos look more like how we see the world with our own eyes.

st louis aerial photography and video gm wentzville plant

st louis aerial photography and video gm wentzville plant

314-892-1233
stlouisaerialphotography@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

Drone Aerial Video Production in Saint Louis

Paws For Fun!

We have shot for a number of creative assignments and pricing is always important and different for each unique situation.

We would welcome helping you and your company by offering some new and creative angles for your promotional materials.

St Louis Aerial Photography and Video Drones

St Louis Aerial Photography and Video Drones

For safety and quality, we shoot with a two-man crew, and we are fully insured.  We adhere to FAA guidelines.  Our pilot always keeps visual contact with the drone, while our navigator guides and directs the shot. Video is taken back to the studio and cropped and stabilized for universal viewing.  All video and still images are high definition (HD) and digital for universal media acceptance.

Each year, Nestlé Purina celebrates PetCare Pride Day – a day devoted to community service at their St. Louis Headquarters and also at many of their factory facilities across the country. This is an opportunity for associates to step away from their desks and off the production floor to divide into teams to perform a variety of service activities.

314-892-1233
stlouisaerialphotography@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

We have the best aerial photography equipment in St Louis!

Our gear and our crew, is top of the line. We can provide the special tools you need for the shots you require.

DJI Phantom with GoPro Camera
DJI Inspire with 4K Camera
S900 with Sony Camera
S1000 with 5D Camera
Dragon Red Epic Camera

314-604-6544
stlouisaerialphotography@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

Fox 2 News St Louis Drones by Mandy Murphy

Here is a report on our company from Mandy Murphy Fox 2 News.

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The FAA last week decided to allow commercial use of drones under strict guidelines. The decision has been in the works since 2005 and still needs final approval. Current rules for drones are to fly for recreation. If commercial you need a pilot’s license. The new FAA rules allow for drones under 55 pounds, you must fly below 500 feet, further than 5 miles from an airport and not directly overhead of people. You must maintain constant visual line of site with the drone.

Haller Concepts of South County is already using drones from commercial photography and video. Safety is the most important aspect for Haller. They always use a two-man crew. One person operates the drone and keeps constant line of sight while the other watches the shot and directs the operator. Haller and many others like them will get their certificate of authorization.

Technology is far outpacing government rules. Law enforcement across the country are interested in using drones. St. Louis Police have asked for permission from the FAA. Groups like drone free St. Louis are opposed to police drones. They want strict privacy rules from the government.

Right now, the new ruling does not allow for companies like Amazon to begin delivering packages using a GPS drone. Line of sight is still required. It may take a year or two for the new FAA rules to be fully implemented.

Here is the original link to the Fox 2 News report on St Louis Drones Video Production
http://fox2now.com/2015/02/24/new-drone-rules-allow-for-commercial-use/

314-892-1233
stlouisaerialphotography@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer