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Spot the Chihuly

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on April 22nd, 2014


Chihuly Garden and Glass is a new exhibition at the Desert Botanical Garden, featuring multiple ethereal glass sculptures by internationally acclaimed American artist Dale Chihuly.

Desert View Aerial Photography recently captured the outdoor displays of hand blown glass art from a bird’s eye view. From an elevated perspective, the splendid artwork still provides for a scenic view in the desert garden. Can you spot the Chihuly art pieces?

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DVAP Weighs in on the Use of Drones

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on March 25th, 2014


drone-aerial-photographyUnmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones are becoming more and more popular despite the Federal Aviation Administration’s ban against drones for commercial use, pending revised regulatory rules set forth to be released in 2015.

Regardless of current FAA regulations, large and small businesses alike are utilizing the newly established drone technology. Production companies are embracing the use of remote-controlled drones to revolutionize the film and television industry. Companies such as Netflix and Amazon have been actively pursuing their operations policy to include drones for future product distribution.

Unmanned aerial vehicles highlight just how far technological innovations have come since the introduction of aerial photography and videography. Drones are an innovative advancement of aerial technology, but are quickly outpacing the regulatory framework in place and posing safety risks to manned aircraft.

With the pace of aerial technological developments ever increasing, an updated and effective regulatory framework development is expected by the FAA in 2015. Drones spark a new area of innovation, so rather than ban the technology completely, we as a society must determine how to provide a safe environment for the operation of drones, while ensuring individuals’ privacy and safety are protected. It is important to note where drones should and should not be utilized.

Over the past few years the use of unmanned aerial vehicles has grown increasingly popular in the agriculture sector. Farmers and scientists alike can fly, view, and analyze aerial photographs to distinguish between where crops are growing and where they are not. Using UAVs, farmers can monitor crops for disease and precision-spray pesticides, as well as keep better track of livestock out in the fields. Drones are introducing game-changing capabilities that are making a huge impact on commercial industries like food, agriculture, and residential real estate. Therefore, large-scale farms and isolated rural areas appear to be an ideal environment for drone developments, especially since privacy and safety are less of a concern in these remote settings, unlike commercial use for residential real estate, where safety and privacy are of concern.

While the use of drones exhibits how fast aerial technology has increased in the past few years, it also exhibits the lack of proper FAA regulations. For that reason, the integration of manned and unmanned aircraft needs some regulation to ensure the safety of Americans is upheld.



 

Aerial Photography for Real Estate Marketing

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on February 28th, 2014

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Upgrade your real estate listing with aerial photography

More than 41 percent of homebuyers begin their search online with nearly 90 percent using the Internet in the home search process, according to the 2012 National Association of REALTORS® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers. The market today demands compelling real estate photographs that capture the attention of prospective online buyers.

Buyers tend to eliminate or select homes based upon what they see online. Making a good first impression is imperative in the cyber world and requires eye-catching photos with incredible colors and resolution.

Curb appeal on the internet can easily be achieved by having a photographer who understands the importance of composition and is able to capture unique and interesting angles of your property. Different positions and distinctive perspectives help produce strong photos in real estate photography.

Aerial photography is an indispensable tool in real estate marketing. The elevated perspective can enhance the attractiveness of a property by allowing you to capture a complete view of your property using a variety of pleasing angles.

Homebuyers who find it convenient to look at homes from laptops want to see and learn as much about your listing as they can. Aerial photos allow you to capture the majestic view of your home and its lot size, in addition to marketing key elements of your surrounding neighborhood, such as freeways, schools, malls and shopping centers.

In today’s market, an esthetically pleasing real estate photo can effectively help a home sell faster. Desert View Aerial Photography specializes in real estate photography that showcases properties in high-quality styles and views. Set your property apart from the competition by calling Desert View Aerial Photography today at 480-396-2409.

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Aerial View of University of Phoenix Stadium Before Super Bowl XLIX

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on February 11th, 2014

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University of Phoenix Stadium from a bird’s eye view

The University of Phoenix Stadium may be empty now…but just wait until Super Bowl #49 in 2015! Desert View Aerial Photography is thrilled that once again Arizona will be hosting the biggest sporting event of the year. Preparations are underway right now in Downtown Phoenix, the hub of pre-Super Bowl events, and in the city of Glendale, where the football stadium is located.

Let’s show our pride Arizona…and…GO CARDINALS!!

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Aerial View of Waste Management Phoenix Open 2014

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on January 31st, 2014
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Crowds begin to gather at the Waste Management Phoenix Open 2014 golf course.

 

Clean Machine Car Wash, Scottsdale, AZ…Open and Ready for Business

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on January 8th, 2014

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LGE Design Build and Cawley Architects of Phoenix, AZ teamed up to design and build Clean Machine Car Wash in Scottsdale. Desert View Aerial Photography, taking monthly construction progress photos for LGE Design Build, shares an aerial photo of the completed project.

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Desert View Aerial Photography of Phoenix, AZ is Ready for 2014

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on January 2nd, 2014

Happy New Year Everyone!

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Desert View Aerial Photography is ready for 2014. Had a beautiful flight this morning and we are looking forward to another successful year taking care of your aerial photography needs.

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DVAP featured in Cessna Owner Magazine

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on November 17th, 2013


We’re proud to announce we are featured in this month’s issue of Cessna Owner Magazine. Your favorite aerial photographer – Desert View Aerial Photography – is part of the magazine’s featured cover story, Aerial Photography for Fun and Profit.

Click here for a digital version of the article.

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Desert View Aerial Photography Hopes the Phoenix Coyotes Stay in Town.

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on June 23rd, 2013

Flying the Phoenix night skies, Desert View Aerial Photography hopes the lights will be staying on for the Phoenix Coyotes at the Jobing.com Arena.

Congratulations to the Phoenix Coyotes for re-signing Dave Tippett.

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Tovrea Castle at Sunrise

Written by Desert View Aerial Photography on June 20th, 2013

Flying over Phoenix landmark Tovrea Castle at sunrise. Beautiful morning for Desert View Aerial Photography to be up flying the Phoenix sky.

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