What are the chances of a 300′ long, 1,600 ton submarine being moored in the River Medway off the shore of Strood in Kent? Low you’d think, or hope, but it’s there!
The Eden Project is a large attraction in Cornwall hosting two amazing domes of plant life, one based on a Mediterranean environment and the other is a rainforest. Such an amazing experience to see, smell and encompass yourself in the atmosphere and learn about what makes these such special places. Images are a mixture of […]
Allegedly (and definitely not constructed in the 13th century as a medieval tourist attraction) Tintagel is the site of King Arthur’s conception and home! Tintagel Castle is now just a footprint of what was there with a neighbouring very grand hotel and is currently the site of an investigation to find what treasures may have […]
On a recent job in Cornwall we couldn’t resist a trip to the English Riviera and pop the Mavic Mini 2 up for some shots of the harbour and waterfront.
After completing a twilight shot recently for a client we found ourselves passing through the Blackwall Tunnel at midnight and the air was still and night was clear. With a quick visit to Dronedesk to complete a RAMS document a short flight was able to capture a few beautiful shots with the Olympus F1.2 lens […]
It’s never a bad idea to keep a drone handy when you’re on a trip! The kilns, out of action since 1918 were used with local coal to produce lime from when they were built in 1880. Located just south of the Brecon Beacons, this stunning, isolated and tranquil spot offered us some amazing weather […]
EDS were asked to provide both ground and aerial stills and video for this special project, filmed 2 days before the Euro 2020 finals. Based on Samphire Hoe, care was taken not to disturb the nesting Peregrine Falcons on the cliffs and all operations were carried out with landowner and Nature England’s consent and oversight. […]
EDS were recently asked to shoot a wedding from the air for friends at the beautiful Rochester Cathedral and the amazing Michelin Star holding Fordwich Arms, located in Britain’s smallest town. With a choice of 3 drones, the Mavic 2 Pro was chosen due to it’s small size and low noise but remarkable quality 1″ […]
As lockdown eases we headed down to the beautiful and relaxing Camber Sands. With a light mist on the horizon and the sun attempting to break through the clouds we saw some stunning colours on the beach. Click on any image in the gallery to view full size.
Photographs taken on the 5th January 2020 after Britain has left the EU and the Sevington Lorry Park is open. Lorries are also being processed at the nearby Waterbrook Park as pictured as the main site isn’t complete due to delays caused by the wet weather.