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Sir David Attenborough

Last week I had the huge honour of photographing Sir David Attenborough for the Open University where he helped them celebrate their 50th Birthday giving a short speech. Although The Big Ladder brand is for drone photography if it wasn't for Sir David Attenborough I...

Construction Progress Images

One of the many services provided by The Big Ladder Photographer is aerial drone imagery of construction / building site progress. We provided both dynamic stills and 4k video of construction projects. We were asked recently to photograph the progress of the brand new...

Daily Telegraph Front Page: Behind the Scenes

The Big Ladder made the front page of The Daily Telegraph over the Easter weekend with this image of sunbathers on Bournemouth Beach. All Big Ladder images are the result of an idea that I've been carrying around for sometime. Often waiting for the right time / news...

Drone Light Trails : The Method

Two ideas came together on this shoot resulting in a picture of what looks like a miraculous halo above St Huberts Church in Idsworth Hampshire.  The first idea was to use the very bright landing light on the drone (Mavic 2 Pro) to paint a long exposure in a...

The Big Ladder Joins Forces With Britains Castles and Gardens

The Big Ladder has spent the last 4 months helping gain national and international publicity (PR) for some of the UK's major institutions and landmarks, entering into partnerships with some of the UK's most respected organisations successfully helping each one gain a...

The Big Ladder gains over 100 publications Worldwide

In the last year the Big Ladder has seen a huge up take in publications of its images from the sky. All the UK Media have used images in the last 6-9 months. These include The Daily Telegraph, The Times, The Daily Mail, The London Evening Standard, The Sun, The Daily...

Big Ladder images published in the national press

Since the launch of the Big Ladder website it has managed to score approximately 15 publications, 10 in print, 5 online. The biggest hit so far was the summer solstice at Stonehenge. The decision to fly on this was only made 1 day before once a good weather forecast...

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