Weddings and Events
Let Eyeup bring some aerial magic to your special events. Whether it be a party, sporting event or celebration we can work with your ground-based photographer or videographer to provide stunning aerial images. They can then cut them into your finished product as part of their post-production service.
Eyeup can also provide a total imaging package comprising aerial and ground videographers together with stills photographers to capture the essence of your special day.
But what happens if it’s raining on the day? Well, we have options from shower dodging, through camera poles (up to 60 foot high!) and pre/post-event “establishing shots”. These can be taken and cut into any ground footage you have to provide a professional touch to any video.
Currently the following establishing shots are available – Just click on the ones you are interested in and these can be purchased quickly and easily through our partner DSR Stock site.
At each venue featured in the videos above, Eyeup have available a bespoke wedding gift. This framed , high quality print of your venue is provided with an oversized mount. The mount has plenty of room for celebratory messages to be left by your guests and once the picture and mount have been framed, will provide a lasting memory of your wedding day.
This gift must be ordered at least 28 days in advance of your wedding as the print will be produced with details of your names and wedding date. Please ask your venue wedding consultant for more details or contact Eyeup direct.
Eyeup assists CAA with development of Operator Audit Process
The "very impressive" systems developed by Eyeup have been recognised by the CAA during a recent audit. The audit was not in response to complaints or questions over safety but at the request of the CAA which was looking for an operator it could trust to provide meaningful feedback.
Both parties found the exercise useful. Eyeup continues to improve its methodologies even further and was able to provide useful feedback to help the system better suit the way many operators work.
You can find CAA's blog, where it explains the reasons for the need to audit by clicking below.