My first billboard promoting one of my aerial photography shots. Who will be next?
My aerial shots of Hoover Dam in summer 2014. You can see the lowest levels ever for Lake Mead as the 14-year drought plagues us in the west. In these aerial shots you can see white “bathtub ring” of mineral deposits encircles Lake Mead, evidence of water levels that are dropping at a rate of 1½ to 2 feet per month. The water mark is now 130 ft lower than its peak in 2000. According to recent statistics, the reservoir is currently 39% full. More than 40 million people rely on Lake Mead for water.
UNR Apartment Housing in Nevada nears completion in the Fall of 2014. Here are a few highlights of the construction aerial progression:
Here is an aerial progression photo sequence of a construction site in Reno, NV. This example shows how aerial photography can help you make a big impression on your clients and help win future work. This page will be updated as the sites are updated.
Prepared land for a construction project is best viewed from the air. Aerial photography is useful to help site managers prepare for the next phase of their construction project. Here are some aerial examples.
According to the Nevada Department of Agriculture, Nevada ranches rank third in the nation in size, averaging 3,500 acres. Alfalfa hay is the leading crop in revenue dollars. Here are some aerial shots of farms in Northern Nevada.
The country’s largest cathedral-arch bridge is a 295-ft-tall bridge located about 20 miles south of Reno. along highway 580. The 2012 opening of Galena Bridge in Reno shortens the drive time to Carson City by 15 minutes and diverts traffic away from communities in Washoe County for approximately 40,000 cars per day . The highway and bridge project totaled an estimated cost of $600 million dollars and after 10 years of challenging delays the 2012 opening was welcomed by many. Here are some aerial images of the construction project.
Bridge Construction in Nevada
Here are some completed solar installation projects across west to east Nevada.
Solar panel construction project in southern Nevada. Even under construction this large solar farm is a spectacular site from the air. To learn more about our construction updates, visit our construction industry page.
Aerials & Interior / Exterior Photography New Home Construction
Aerial shots are a fantastic way to show the location of schools, retail shopping, freeway access and so much more. We can provide you with views from all directions including wide angle, medium wide, and close-up aerials shots. All shots are done to show off the location!
Here are interior / exterior photography shots for new home construction in the Reno / Sparks NV area:
Here are some example aerial shots of production homes in Reno, Sparks, and Las Vegas areas in Nevada:
Here are aerial photography progress update shots of an aerial construction warehouse – approximate size is about 800,000 sq ft – located in Sparks, Nevada. We provide images very high resolution, these full sized images have been greatly reduced:
Learn more about our aerial construction services on our Main Construction Aerial Page
Completed aerial photos of a local construction project in Sparks, NV – Golden Eagle Regional Park. For the city of Sparks, NV we flew and over at night to show off the awesome lighting features of the park, – for nighttime games of course!
Aerial Photography for Commercial Real Estate Views
A close-in view is great for showing the features of the buildings. We will also take aerial shots from further away, which help to show access roads to the buildings (adjacent roads, freeway access points, business amenities). Here are some commercial real estate aerial photography examples from Reno and Sparks, Nevada. Learn more about our commercial real estate aerial services on our main commercial real estate aerial page.