St Louis Drones is a fully insured aerial cinematography company offering professional photography and video for the St Louis and Midwest region.

FAA approved. We are Safe-To-Fly. We have our 333 exemption and our 107. We also have licensed pilots. We adhere to all FAA guidelines. For safety and quality, we shoot with a two-man crew, and we are fully insured. Our flight specialists always keep visual contact with the drone, while our navigator guides and directs the shot.

Our drones use the latest safety and technology in aerial cinematography.

St Louis Drones strive on safely capturing aerial footage that will highlight your unique vision and produce stunning visuals from a diverse perspective. We offer cost efficient drone packages that enable our clients to obtain aerial footage where it once would have been too expensive.

Safety is always our first priority. Our drones are operated by experienced pilots and camera operators. We’ve been in the photography and video production business since 1982 and we have been shooting aerials also just as long but through more conventional means.

Whether shooting your home, commercial property, or 45-acre campus, we can fit you with the right equipment and professional operator to achieve stunning aerial photography and video.

Ready for takeoff!

Drone's eye view!

Robert Haller, Drone Specialist


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi guys. I work at Wells Fargo in IT. Ofallon Mo local boy. Been flying vision/vision+ for almost 1 year now. About your ages also 🙂 I’m looking long term part-time. Maybe we can compare notes and help beat the STL forces growing as you know. Check out my site so far flyhighpics.zenfolio.com. Hope to hear from you.

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