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Why use a professional photographer?

We’ve all heard that saying “it’s not what you know, but who you know” and although that may apply to certain scenarios it is not something you should consider when searching for a commercial photographer. Enlisting a family member or a friend who is really interested in photography, but have no professional experience at a […]

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We Have Reached 5 Million Aerial Library Images!

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The History of the Library Since the launch of our aerial photography service in 2012, we realised the need for creating a searchable database of aerial imagery. As our Director has a keen interest in both photography and aviation, High Level made the move to Fairoaks Airport in 2008. After operating in a rented Cessna […]

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So You Want To Use A Drone?

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In recent times, drone requests have become “de rigueur” for many clients and this is something High Level can help with. The High Level drones are sent into the air on a regular basis for both stills and video work under the control of our trained and qualified operators, but it’s not always as simple as […]

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Heathrow Airport “View from Above” Images Published

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High Level are pleased to announce that a small number of our images of operations at Heathrow Airport, photographed at the beginning of the year, have been published in the May 2012 Airliner World magazine.The magazine is published by Key Publishing and has a circulation of over 33,000 copies.   The pictures were taken whilst on […]

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World Record broken for the largest human Olympic Rings

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  The children, athletes and dignitaries formed the human Olympic rings on the George Abbot School playing field, in Guildford, at 12.45pm.   The world record for the largest number of people to form the Olympic rings was broken on Thursday the 23rd June 2011 by 1,900 people, mostly children.   Surrey County Council organised […]

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