Aerial view of The Tryst after light snowfall, with the Pentland Hills in the background
Aerial view of The Tryst after light snowfall, with the Pentland Hills in the background
The towers and piers of the Queensferry Crossing
The towers and piers of the Queensferry Crossing
The Forth Road Bridge
The Forth Road Bridge
Aerial shots of the north viaduct
Aerial shots of the north viaduct
Aerial shot of the Forth Rail Bridge
Aerial shot of the Forth Rail Bridge
Drone image of the Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh (c) Transport Scotland
Drone image of the North Tower of the Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh (c) Transport Scotland
The new road infrastructure for the Queensferry Crossing (c) Transport Scotland
Drone image of the North Tower of the Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh (c) Transport Scotland
The south approach to the Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh (c) Transport Scotland
Wolverhampton Girls’ High School
Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Spa
Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Spa
Ballachulish Bridge
Green Lochan, Glenmore, Scotland
Glenmore Lodge, Aviemore
Taking to the sky reveals that the land is actually an island
Drone image of the Forth rail and road bridges near Edinburgh
Rannoch Moor
Riverside House, Peebles
The new road infrastructure for the Queensferry Crossing, Edinburgh, and the A90 (c) Transport Scotland
Drone image of the South Tower of the Queensferry Crossing (c) Transport Scotland
Aerial view of the same house in Scotland
Aerial view of a house in Scotland
A bird’s eye view of a marina

Aerial Drone Photography & Video

Anna is a fully qualified and insured drone pilot (since 2015), with the PfCO (Operational Authorisation) from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Wherever she goes, her favourite drone (a Mavic Pro) goes too!

Oil giant Shell provided a helicopter, a pilot, and a winchman so she could photograph oil installations in Holland many years ago……But shooting aerial photography with a drone, from inspirational settings such as the top of a mountain takes some beating!

Before a drone shoot takes place Anna checks the area does not lie in prohibited or restricted airspace. The weather can be a challenge in Scotland. There are limits on windspeed and a drone cannot fly in the rain, so a degree of flexibility is required! Permission from a landowner may be required.

Anna took her first drone photographs at the £1.4 billion Queensferry Crossing, to add value to her contribution as the project photographer during the build (2010-2017). Since then she has carried out a variety of work for estate agents, hotels, housing associations and at sports events. She is a keen hill walker and if the weather is promising, doesn’t hesitate to pack “Droney McDroneface” into her rucksack!

Adding drone photography to a client’s architectural brief adds a startling third dimension to a project. A landscape may be stunning from ground level, and set into context from the air. Add in a video flythrough to grab your audience’s attention. Contact Anna to discuss your project!