Drone Photography and a Captiva Beachfront House
We had our aerial syma x11 drone photography platform out on Captiva Island for a recent real estate shoot (Octohawk.com). Drone photography a great way to show perspective of location that is used in many ways now, check SixTech Systems for more about it’s aplication. In these pictures you can see exactly the proximity of the house to the Gulf of Mexico, the back bay, Blind Pass and Turners Beach. Used in conjunction with your more usual land based images, aerial photography offers a compelling way to market a house sale. Not only that, its a fantastic way to see/show the beauty of the Sanibel and Captiva Islands:)
Now this is the backyard most people dream about.
Who wouldn’t want to wake up this view every morning?
This view shows the relationship of the houses location to the surrounding areas. Note the power lines on Captiva Drive. You can also see where the back bay meets the Gulf of Mexico under the bridge at Blind Pass. The houses at the top, left of the picture are on Sanibel, whilst everything in the foreground is Captiva.
This is a view of Turners Beach and in the distance the view towards Pine Island Sound (or the back bay). The Gulf of Mexico is in the foreground. At the horizon is the coast of Pine Island. It’s incredible to think that it would take approximately 1 hour 40 mins to drive to the southern most point of Pine Island from this location. You could try a boat at 30 minutes. Or you could try paramotoring at PlanetPPG on Pine Island (one of my favorite pastimes:). Flying a paramotor across the Sound would take you a couple of minutes (although your not allowed to land on the beach on Captiva so that would be tough:)