Expanding the cinematic possibilities in your next video using creative shots only accessible from they sky. Our aerial videography is done using a small quadcopter outfitted with a camera capable of getting 4k resolution video and is stabilized using a 3 axis gimbal, so no matter the conditions, your aerial videography shots will come out smooth and cinematic.
From broadcast television commercials to creative short films, we are constantly pushing out new films and videos for commercial clients around New Hampshire as well as all over New England.
I specialize in professional commercial video productions, producing broadcast television commercials for clients such as Loon Mountain, Fright Kingdom, Crush Pizza, and Crotched Mountain. I produce videos for corporate and higher education clients as well, including several video production pieces for Southern New Hampshire University. As a small studio, I have the unique ability to work more efficiently on clients video production projects, meeting shorter deadlines, tighter budgets, but still maintaining the same quality and high production values of larger Boston based video production companies.
As a licenced Part 107 drone pilot, I’ve done extensive testing and training in flying a sUas for aerial videography, having been flying drones for over 5 years and have logged over 100 hours of flight time. There is a cinematic quality to getting drone footage for a clients project but its also important to do so in a professional and safe way. Fully insured with between 1-10 million dollars in insurance depending on the assignment, I’m able to get high quality, cinematic drone footage while adhering to all the necessary standards and polices of flying a drone.
Utilizing the new DJI Ronin-m camera stabilization gimbal, Earl Studios can capture fluid, gliding cinematic shots that before would have been both time consuming and cumbersome to coordinate and perform. Wether it’s a simple dolly shot into a building, following an actor up a flight of stairs all the way to running through the woods or hanging out the side of a golf cart, by using the new Ronin-m gimbal, our clients can get those amazing shots often only reserved for big Hollywood productions.