EricB

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  1. Thank you so much. That's very good info. Sounds like I would've been coming in high. Much appreciated.
  2. Hey everybody. I've started a new aerial videography business in Colorado. I'm putting together a fee schedule for a prospective client and want to be sure I'm within the range of others doing the same thing. I'm not necessarily looking for exact rates, but I don't want to be the company that is under-charging and bringing the industry standard rates down. From some things I've read elsewhere, I was thinking about $250 - $500 for 5 - 10 pictures and 1 battery flight time. $750 for raw video and $1000+ for edited video and multiple battery usage. This is for a company in the construction industry that wants a time lapse video and I'd amend the pricing for multiple visits. I've scanned through the forum to see if something similar has been asked, but didn't see it. I really appreciate that this forum exists and thank you in advance for any insights you all are able to provide.
  3. Hello. Just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Eric and I live in Colorado. Starting a new aerial videography business and excited to learn from a community of peers. It seems that the easiest start is with real estate photos and videos. I have several contacts in real estate, but also in insurance. I also have a friend that owns a drilling company and one that has a local tv show with no drone footage. I know it's not a great idea to try to do everything. I've been flying a Phantom 4 Pro for a couple months and have my 107. Any insights would be much appreciated!