photography & filming

creating stunning


We offer in-house commercial drone photography and filming services. Unleash the power of aerial visual marketing.

From hi-octane sports to indoor footage, drones offer an alternative solution to creating unique photos and films you can use in your marketing.

meet Sam

Sam is our super-experienced drone pilot. He has been flying drones commercially for a number of years and has wide range of experience covering a variety of shoots. From indoor West-End drone footage to hi-octane motor sports filming, Sam prides himself in providing exceptional quality footage and thrives in providing solutions for particularly complex situations.

Sam is a CAA licensed drone pilot and additionally is a BBC approved drone operator.

some examples

indoor footage

external footage

national television

the nitty gritty

Why should you use a CAA licensed drone operator?

Well for a start it’s illegal for a drone pilot to provide commerical work without being licensed with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), and by using one you are potentially putting people and yourself in danger. 

A drone pilot must be CASS licensed in order to obtain the correct insurance. So It’s critical for commercial drone work that you only used licensed operators.

Public Liability

Any commercial work is covered by a public liability insurance up to the value of £2million, but a higher amount can be arranged and is assessed on a case by case basis.

Risk Assessment

Any commercial drone work we provide comes with a full risk assesment to ensure the relevant safety precautions have been put in place and considered and appropriate permission have been granted in advance of shooting.

common questions

There certainly are. A standard license covers the drone operator to fly within 30mins of sunrise and sundown. For flight outside of this time additional night-time licensing is required. Don’t worry we’ve got you covered, our drone pilot holds both standard and night-time licenses.

Quite possibly. There are restrictions as to where drones can be operated and commonly near airports there are no-fly zones in permanent operation. In all cases our drone pilot will provide a pre-assessment to ascertain what will be possible, and in special cases may be able to liaise with the the CAA and Air traffic control at the airport in questions to obtain permission.

We certainly can! As long as it is safe to do so, indoor drone footage provides an exciting perspective and can achieve shots from more interesting angles. For examples of indoor footage see above.

Due to the complex nature of drone usage and various elements that may or may not be required (i.e. post production), prices are quoted per project. Get in touch to let us know your requirements and we will happy to provide you with a quote.

It all depends on schedule. We are working constantly throughout the week on various shoots, and generally require at least 2 weeks advance booking but if you have an urgent requirement please contact us direct and we will do our utmost to accommodate you.

If it’s not safe, we won’t fly. A key aspect to drone operation is planning and safety. We will always perform a risk assessment to ensure that the drones can be operated safely at all times. If you have any particular concerns please do raise this with us as we can discuss potential alternatives if required.

We have drones that fly at over 90mph, so if you have a requirement for fast footage such as motor racing, don’t worry we can keep up. 


As a business primarily based in digital services, there is currently no change to our current service offering.

We are working remotely from home where we have full access to everything we need to operate as normal, therefore there is currently no impact to our customer or the services we provide. If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to email us at hello@dzined.com

We are following government advice and working from home to protect ourselves and those around us.

Stay safe, look after those who need support and keep washing those hands.

Updated 14th May 2020