Aerial Photography

RXWing Aerial Photography

Aerial photography and video by Richard Cross

CAA (PfCO) certification and comprehensive insurance.
To discuss your project please get in touch.

Aerial Photography

Seen from 400 feet up our perspective is shifted and the world looks very different, often revealing hidden features or relationships.

After an initial survey we will draw up a flight plan then watch for a weather window to ensure we get the best results. 

Video & Editing

Using the drone to capture stunning 4k video is a great way to add a wow factor to your project. We can even repeat the same shot over time to reveal the progress of a building project or the changing seasons.

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Surveys & Inspections

With the ability to fly into difficult to reach areas drones are an excellent tool for surveys and inspections. Roofs, solar panels, agricultural, forestry, even fish farms, if we can can get within 500 meters we can film it or give you a first person view (FPV). 

3D Mapping

Drones can be used to capture 3D models of building and landscapes with remarkable accuracy with the resulting image map can be used by architects and planners, saving time and money compared to conventional CAD services. 

 

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CAA ID : 6490

RXwing is a trading name of Ctrl-X Digital Ltd.

Hopetoun monument

Image Info

The Hopetoun Monument, 95 feet (29 m) tall and situated on Byres Hill near Haddington. Erected in 1824 in memory of John Hope, 4th Earl of Hopetoun (1765–1823). The monument is often referred to as the Garleton Monument or the “Galla Monument” by locals, after Garleton Farm on Byres Hill.

There is an inscription which states: “This monument was erected to the memory of the Great and Good John, Fourth Earl of Hopetoun by his affectionate and grateful tenantry in East Lothian. MDCCCXXIV”