This video of the Danesfield Hotel, Marlow, is the first test video we have taken with our new GoPro Mini-Rig. The Mini-Rig stabilises a modified GoPro 4 Black Edition camera allowing us to get great stabilised shots from an aircraft with virtually no set up time or other specialised equipment. The camera, a GoPro 4 … Read more
Flying near to any International airport to conduct aerial photography is always going to be difficult and involve a lot of negotiation and planning. So when we were asked to try to fly and photograph some development land at the end of the runway at Gatwick, we knew it would be a challenge. And when … Read more
This year the Royal International Air Tattoo 2015 at RAF Fairford was blessed with glorious weather but the occasion also marked the sad departure from the skies of the last remaining Avro Vulcan XH558. Above All Images was there to capture the final flight both photographically and on video along with a huge enthusiastic … Read more
Above All Images has just undertaken a contract to provide vertical aerial photography Ascot race course in Berkshire during Ascot week. The contract required the whole course be photographed vertically using a 36Mpix digital camera to produce an image 7360 pixels wide. We had to wait for the perfect day with clear air down … Read more
The Rhinebeck Panorama is a painting of London as it was around 1806-7 and a huge modern version is now displayed in the reception of the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Above All Images were commissioned to provide aerial photography of parts of London that represent cases that have been dealt with at the … Read more
My Mum Penelope Hay (75) decided she wanted to raise money for charity and chose to do so for the benefit of the Royal British Legion. So instead of a sponsored walk or tea party she asked if she could have a go at paragliding! After some moments of disbelief we started to see if … Read more
Ian Hay of Above All Images has been awarded the prestigious Fuji Film diploma for excellence in photographic practice at the British Professional Photography awards. The judges commended his study of the Citroen balloon carrying a car as a technically difficult shot to achieve both in terms of planning, safety and photographic timing.
Sitting in a very small twin engine aeroplane where one side of it is against your shoulder and the door an arm’s length away is not everyone’s idea of a fun afternoon. I say “the door” but in fact there is no door which means you are able to look at the ground 2000 feet … Read more