Marketing & Products | Commercial Drone Photos & Videos

Communicate your message in a way which stands out from your competition by creating professional drone photography and videos.

Drone Photos & Videos for Marketing & Products

The explosion of the internet and social media has meant that business and brands need to have a relevant, up to date presence wherever customers are looking to find them. Often this means that you need to have your ‘content’ (photos & videos) up to scratch so they represent your business in the way you’d like it to be seen.

So if you’re still using some dodgy old photos taken on a 2005 iPhone to promote your business in 2019 it’s time to get in touch. Don’t keep playing that same corporate video on a dusty VHS, it’s underselling your business and actively losing you customers. Modern technology and platforms have move on so work with someone with over 10 years marketing & advertising experience to put your best foot forward.

Marketing videos by Up&Up are captured on some of the latest technology and designed to be viewed and shared in high quality online, in-store, throughout your office space or at expos and events. So check out some of our examples below and get in touch to chat through how we can help today.


Metro Tagline CMYK.png

We created a series of modern videos to help Metro Glass drive recruitment by telling a number of stories of what it’s like to work at New Zealand’s largest glass manufacturer.


Grey_cornwallpark_LOGO_RGB-01.png

One of Auckland’s prized possessions, Cornwall Park is actually owned by a Trust rather than council and has strict rules around filming and drones in the park. They reached out to Up&Up to capture a series of seasonal videos showcasing the park.


Scouts-PNG-Logo.png

Scouts New Zealand approached us to update some of their marketing material for Motu Moana Camp in Auckland’s Green Bay. An absolute gem of a place the aerial footage really helped to showcase.


Kil-a-fish-Logo_black.png

To support the launch of this ingenious Kiwi-made product we worked with the owner to develop the concept and script then filmed a short introduction video out on the Hauraki Gulf. Tough day!