Ph: (412) 719-8008
To listen to our clients needs, offer high quality, affordable photographic and event services, and execute with exceptional performance.
Because we are contracted for hire and sell our services and products, our pilots are required by the FAA to be commercially licensed. Ask your aerial photography provider if their pilots are FAA commercially licensed. If not, they are violating the Federal Aviation regulations and you should take caution in doing business with them. If asked, we will make available to any client, proof of our commercial pilot license.
The Pittsburgh region was lacking a dedicated oblique aerial photography company which is why I felt the need to fill this important void in 2007. Western Pennsylvania growth may not be as robust as other parts of the country, but we still have construction, engineering, architectural and environmental projects happening on a daily basis.
I started flying in
1978 and since then I have flown professionally and personally
accumulating 6,000 hours in all types of aircraft from single-engine
Cessna's to McDonnell Douglas MD-80's. I would pack a small 35mm
camera in my flight case and shoot aviation photos whenever I could.
I decided to hang up my professional wings and now fly doing aerial
Photography has always been a passion of mine. I specialize in aerial photography, aviation themes, commercial real estate and portraiture.
I use excellent
quality professional digital camera equipment with image stabilizing
features to create clear, detailed photos. Also, our photo
enhancement services can make ordinary photos look extraordinary.
Simply put, we are the best at what we do in
the Pittsburgh area offering the highest quality images and service.
Due to the limitations of this website's space, the images found on this website are not of the same quality as the actual photos taken. I shoot high-resolution images that are used for producing clear, quality photos which can be enlarged to 16 x 24 or even larger.
Photography is like flying. You have to know your limitations but sometimes you need to push your limits to the edge of the envelope. To make a style of photography unique, you need to think a little outside the box and test your limits, exploring the outer edges of equipment capability, lighting, and photography skills.
"I strive for excellence in my work and complete satisfaction from my customers. It's the only way I know. I am just as interested in building client relationships as I am in providing outstanding service." -A. Mattucci