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Cover The Angles

Drones Increase the Amount of Information Jurors Receive

Utilizing aerial footage from high-up, down-low, and slow-moving pans, we can find the best angles to tell your story. These various camera and video techniques supply jurors with a wealth of information. High-altitude, wide-angle views give them an idea of the scale of the location. Close-up motion and still shots provide context and detail. And slow-moving pan shots inform jurors about the relative relationship between objects they’re seeing. You can relay information about a scene through witness testimony. You can use still pictures, charts, and graphs. But compelling video enables viewers to experience the scene for themselves.