Drone services for creative multimedia and marketing communications.

We produce original content for any industry that has an idea to develop, a product to promote, or a story to share. Providing captivating footage from all angles! We’ve been in the advertising and entertainment field since 1982, our pilots are extremely skilled in giving you the shot you require. Licensed and Insured, we are ready when you are.

From movie scenes to documentaries, commercials and music videos, the aerial and wide-angle shots that our crew captures are perfect for your next multimedia project.

We take a critical and creative look at the overall project uses which may include print, video, social, web and broadcast television. It is our goal to always help you build your library of multimedia assets so they can be used in any future platform.

stlouisdrones@gmail.com
Robert Haller, Drone Specialist
314-604-6544

Give your golf course a Drone check-up!

The green shows the healthy areas of the course.  The yellow areas document the unhealthy areas that need attention.  The red areas show vegetation dormancy, roads, dirt and buildings.

Our NDVI Drone camera has the ability to decipher differences of up to three-hundredths of a degree Celsius. The thermal image is then scaled down to a narrow temperature spectrum and a color palate is applied to assess the variation.
With these images, you can see the problem areas of the golf course, and then go out and address these specific areas.

Call us today to review your project requirements.

stlouisdrones@gmail.com
Robert Haller, Drone Specialist
314-604-6544

Drone Aerial Photography and Video Production

MC Industrial is adding prefabricated modules utilizing a 2,500-ton crane to support the installation.

MC Industrial is adding prefabricated modules utilizing a 2,500-ton crane to support the installation.

Dave Topping and Rob Haller shot aerial video production and still photography for a full day in Pekin Illinois.  We utilized the Inspire Drone with 4K video camera resolution and 12 MP still images.  And no, those clouds appearing as smoke from the stack were captured in real time and not added later.  Sometimes a lucky photographer is the best to hire, LOL.

MC Industrial Performing Plant Upgrades for NRG’s Largest Power Plant in Illinois

MC Industrial, Inc. has been selected by NRG, a Fortune 250 utility leader, for environmental upgrades at the Powerton Generating Station in Pekin, IL, a 1536 MW plant with the capacity to power more than 1.2 million average homes. The plant upgrades are a part of NRG’s  investment to modernize its Illinois coal fleet and dramatically reduce emissions.

Along with the AQCS retrofit, the second upgrade involves an Ash Handling and Precipitator Installation project. With the goal of meeting an aggressive outage window, MC Industrial is performing a prefabricated modules ground strategy utilizing a 2,500-ton crane to support the installation.

314-604-6544
stlouisdrones@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Drones | Aerial Images GM

St Louis Drones offers the finest in high-resolution oblique aerial photography.   We combine attractive lighting with a pleasing perspective and  professional equipment to capture exceptional aerial photographs.   My post-production edits, are normally very subtle and are essential to a superior final product.  Here is a beautiful shot of the GM Plant in Wentzville, Missouri near St Louis.

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st louis drones aerial photography gm wentzville plant

St Louis Drones – Quite an Air Force we have!

Our gear, like our crew, is top of the line. We can provide the tools you need for the shots you require.
DJI Phantom with GoPro Camera
DJI Inspire with 4K Camera
S900 with Sony Camera
S1000 with 5D Camera
Dragon Red Epic Camera

314-892-1233
stlouisdrones@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

News Report Fox 2 Mandy Murphy St Louis Drones | Commercial Video Production Company

Here is a report on our creative crew members from Fox 2 News Mandy Murphy


ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The FAA last week decided to allow commercial use of drones under strict guidelines. The decision has been in the works since 2005 and still needs final approval. Current rules for drones are to fly for recreation. If commercial you need a pilot’s license. The new FAA rules allow for drones under 55 pounds, you must fly below 500 feet, further than 5 miles from an airport and not directly overhead of people. You must maintain constant visual line of site with the drone.

Haller Concepts of South County is already using drones from commercial photography and video. Safety is the most important aspect for Haller. They always use a two-man crew. One person operates the drone and keeps constant line of sight while the other watches the shot and directs the operator. Haller and many others like them will get their certificate of authorization.

Technology is far outpacing government rules. Law enforcement across the country are interested in using drones. St. Louis Police have asked for permission from the FAA. Groups like drone free St. Louis are opposed to police drones. They want strict privacy rules from the government.

Right now, the new ruling does not allow for companies like Amazon to begin delivering packages using a GPS drone. Line of sight is still required. It may take a year or two for the new FAA rules to be fully implemented.

Here is the original link from Fox 2 News
http://fox2now.com/2015/02/24/new-drone-rules-allow-for-commercial-use/

St Louis Commercial Development Drone Video Tour | Aerial Photography and Video Production

Every flight shows us something new, but our keen creative vision remains the same We provide creative, effective and timely aerial services in a safe, respectful and professional manner, one positive client experience at a time! This clip was for Cushman and Wakefield Commercial Dalphen. We shot numerous stills and video clips to showcase the geographic footprint of the property.

314-892-1233
stlouisdrones@gmail.com
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

Aerial Photography in Saint Louis | Drone Helicopter

The list of new aerial capabilities is growing fast. With many years of building, flying and filming with manned helicopters and Drones St Louis Drones is a foremost industry leader. The sure premium provider in St Louis and the Missouri region demonstrations with an extensive client list of advertising clients, media gurus, developers and high end fortune 500 clients. Few aerial companies posses the knowledge and in depth years of experience needed to fly safely and effectively the first time. With surpassing expertise operating in urban and suburban environments our pilots operate our film drones on location. Safety comes first and equipment is triple checked. We are fully insured so you can rest assured you’re covered.

Ready for takeoff and focusing on the big picture!

314-892-1233
Rob Haller, St Louis Photographer/Navigator
stlouisdrones@gmail.com

Aerial Photography St. Louis

Video taping aerial photography for BBS Manufacturing Company. Our specialized drones have cameras that are capable of high quality digital still photography and full HD video. Our drone pilot and navigator safely provide HD Aerial Footage for Feature Films, Television, Independent Films, Commercials, Documentaries, Real Estate Aerial Photography, Aerial Inspection, Development, Construction & just about anything else you can imagine or dream about.

314-604-6544

Rob Haller, Aerial Photographer and Videographer

Drone Navigator

St Louis Drones

Drone Aerial Imagery | St Louis Missouri Botanical Garden

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Shooting recently at the Missouri Botanical Garden was fun, easy and done very safely with our professional 2 man crew. Thanks everyone for all of your help. We did a quick scout and found three key locations. The first area we hovered about 100 feet, the second at 250 feet and the third at about 175 feet. All three angles turned in some nice aerial imagery in Saint Louis. We like to shoot as close to the FAA requirements as possible. The pilot always has his eyes on the drone and controls all movement. The navigator views the imagery from a hooded television monitor. The navigator stands always to the left of the pilot to guide them towards the proper shot. We stay away five miles from airports and below 400 feet.

314-604-6544

Rob Haller, Aerial Photographer and Videographer

Drone Navigator

St Louis Drones