This spectacular piece of architecture will soar 262 metres high and boasts views unmatched by any other. Infinity will be Brisbane’s tallest residential tower upon completion. With 81 levels of contemporary living and 546 meticulously designed apartments, this state of the art development will take your inner city lifestyle to a whole new level.
Infinity apartments offer astounding and unmatched views across Brisbane. Thanks to Jumbo Aerial Photography these views were captured superbly with a combination of blimp and helicopter aerial photography.
Jumbo Aerial Photography’s stunning proposed view photos have had a huge input into the fantastic off the plan sales that have already been achieved. Thanks to over 9 years of experience with high-rise view photography, our team were able to deliver exactly what the client wanted and needed, and all within the clients budget and timeframes that is simply not attainable any other way.
We have the skills, techniques and technology to make ANYTHING POSSIBLE!
Contact us to see how we can help you with your next project.
Jumbo Aerial Photography was recently commissioned by a major Town Planning and Urban Development company to obtain aerial video and aerial photos of Brisbane by night. We were extremely lucky with the weather, and our helicopter pilot did a fantastic job of putting us right where we needed to be. Our client will then develop a 3D Render of the building and use cutting edge video tracking software and techniques to superimpose the proposed building into this video sequence.
As soon as we have permission to upload the edited version, we will send out an update. Enjoy the video.
Jumbo Aerial Photography has a fantastic relationship with Minecorp and was commissioned to do a full commercial shoot including studio, onsite and aerial photography and filming. We were given full creative licence with this shoot, and I am sure you agree that the results speak for themselves.
At Jumbo Aerial Photography, we are always looking for ways to improve our product and services to our clients. I came across this fantastic product which will simplify and improve the quality of our videography and photography. If any of you are into photography or video using HDSLR cameras particularly, this will definately be of interest to you.
Business has been going along fantastically. Although the property market is restricted at the moment, there are still many clients out there that understand the huge benefits of getting amazing photography, both ground photography, but also quality elevated and aerial photography, and they are keeping us run off our feet.
A very large majority of our commercial and residential property clients are selling their properties that we have photographed, not only within a reasonable timeframe, but for the right $$$ as well. These agents realise that a little extra money spent on marketing can result in higher prices and MUCH QUICKER sales.
So if you have a property that just isn’t moving, or is a new listing that you want to “Stand out from the Crowd”, then give us a call.
We have also been doing a lot of aerial filming of late, including some documentaries, and aerial monitoring for goverment departments. We have the latest and best gyro stabilization available for aerial cinematography and can utilise either our own High Definition HD video equipment or have access to any setup necessary including Sony, Panasonic, Canon & RED systems. We can operate from almost any helicopter or fixed wing aircraft and achieve beautiful results.
Please feel free to ring at any time on 0412 786 283 if you would like to discuss your requirements, no matter how tricky the task might seem!
Yasi hit the coast at Mission Beach at around 1am. It then passed over Tully which is inland of Mission Beach (approximately 47 south of Innisfail) and has cut a path of devastation in its wake. It looks like Cairns and Townsville may have dodged a bullet with no reports of any fatalities at this stage. Obviously the financial and emotional damage will be enormous, but all this can be fixed or replaced.
CYCLONE Yasi is travelling across the sea at a much slower speed but it will still arrive at midnight Queensland time as a category 5 monster, according to the latest Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) report.
37,000 homes already have lost power.
Innisfail Mayor Bill Shannon said he had already seen the roof torn from a building near the council chambers where 500 people are sheltering.
Below is an aerial photo taken by satelite showing the intensity of this Severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi.
Below is an aerial photo of Innisfail taken in better times. It is a very beautiful place with many naturals wonders to enjoy. Unfortunately many tourist locations such as Paranella Park and all the beautiful rainforests will once again be devastated.
This aerial photography of Innisfail was completed about 2 years ago as part of a Land Development Proposal.
What a beatuful start to the week. It is fantastic to see the sunshine again after so long.
This break in the weather has allowed us to get out there both with the blimp and in the helicopter, and catch up on many jobs that have been delayed due to weather. With all the aerial photos we took of the Brisbane 2011 Floods, it is nice to see blue sky pics again.
SCHEDULED HELICOPTER RUN
We have another scheduled run of jobs booked in for later this week, so if you have any building projects, or property listings that you need captured, give us a call and we can look after you with price. Not only that, but the photos will come out beautifully with the clear blue skies we have at the moment.
Areas to be covered include: Samford, Dayboro, Redcliffe, Brisbane CBD, Rocklea, Darra, & Ipswich.
Please do not hesitate to call Chris on 0412 786 283 if you would like to be included on this run.