About Justin L Fricke Media

My name is Justin Fricke and I use sUAS' (small Unmanned Aircraft Systems; aka drones) for aerial videography and photography for real estate, mapping, surveying, inspection, and construction industries. My drone is equipped with a high resolutin camera for video (up to 4k) and photography. A drone can be used to capture unique footage from unique angles. I am a Part 107 Certified Drone Operator by the FAA and am based out of Nashville, TN.

Real Estate – Aerial videography and photography shows off properties in a unique way that stands out from other listings. Buyers are increasingly requiring more media to complete their purchasing decision. Not only do I capture the incredible aerial footage, but I also use steady-cams to provide interior walkthroughs of the property.

Orthographic Maps – Construction sites benefit from my ability to render maps at regular intervals. Flight paths are programmed and flown identically in the future, in order to capture the data from an unchanging aerial path. Integrated tools let you measure the area, distance, and volume of objects in the map and easily share them with members of your project.

Surveying – Power lines, dams, bridges, and other infrastructure can be difficult to survey due to the inherent risk of reaching the locations. Remove the need to rent a helicopter and crew to take images of such objects. Reduce the risk placed on surveyors for photographing structural elements in bridges and dams. Lower your cost dramatically with aerial videography by capturing the footage remotely.

3D Modeling – Using specialized techniques, certain types of structures can be imaged and then rendered into 3D models. The models work like the orthographic maps, in that you can zoom in or out on the structure. Additionally the structure can be rotated, providing viewpoints from any angle. The 3D models are accessible in a browser and can be viewed on either a computer or a mobile device.

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