Drone Video Services

Whether you're a real estate agent showcasing a home, a developer selling a tract of land or an event planner who needs to capture the big moment, there's nothing quite as eye-catching as a stunning 4K/5.1K Ultra HD Aerial Video produced by SC Aerial Imagery. Owner Joshua MacFarland is a Part 107 Licensed Drone Pilot, and is fully equipped to capture both outdoor and indoor drone footage for your project. But capturing great footage is just the beginning!

Each project also includes:

  • Pre-production consultation and planning

  • Cutting and trimming

  • Advanced color grading

  • Synchronized licensed music

  • Inclusion of logos and titles

  • Animation for logos, titles, and transitions


SC Aerial Imagery offers custom packages to fit your unique needs. From pre-shoot planning until the final edits are made, we have all the tools and experience necessary to ensure your project is a success. Call or text Joshua at (727) 674-5607 or email JS@SC-AerialImagery.com to get started!


What is Color Grading?

Color grading is the process used to change the visual appearance of a still photo or moving image like a video. This can be anything from the color itself to its saturation, contrast, detail, and hue, or the black and white balance.

Color Grading vs. Color Correction
Though color grading and color correction are part of the same film coloring process, there are some key differences:

  1. Color correction is a technical process and does not involve a lot of creative freedom. The footage is supposed to look natural at the end of color correction. Color grading is a more creative process. The footage at the end of color grading can look completely different from what was shot.

  2. Color correction is the first step in the coloring process. Color grading is always done in sync with the client and or the director of the film and is an expression of how they wanted the film to look.

  3. The step of Color correction does not add, subtract or enhance any color in the image. It just corrects what is not right in terms of hue, saturation, exposure, contrast, etc. Color grading on the other hand does exactly the opposite. It adds, subtracts, or enhances colors that were not there in the original image.

  4. Color correction is a starting process while color grading is a finishing process. A bad color correction will also ruin the color grading.

  5. Color grading gives the film a distinct “look” and that’s what people remember. For example, Teal and orange are typical looks people target for color grading. The Color correction on the other hand does not give any distinct look.

  6. Color correction is typically used for small commercials, interviews, YouTube videos, and most non-professional work. Color grading on the other hand is typically done for feature films, product commercials, music videos, etc.

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