Certified Remote Drone Pilot
Dee Zunker is a certified remote pilot under the Federal Aviation Administration’s Small UAS Rule (14 CFR Part 107). She offers drone photography and video as stand alone packages, or as add-ons to commercial architectural packages. Drones services include:
All drone flights will be conducted weather permitting in a safe manner and according to the Part 107 rules. Flights within FAA controlled airspace require prior authorization which may require additional time for approval. The FAA will occasionally issue Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) related to major sporting events, VIP movement, or emergency response.
Construction Drone Photography or Video
Capture your project progress from a drone to show the overall project completion. Sign up for a project package to include scheduled flights on a frequency that meets your client’s needs, and your budget.
Architectural Drone Photography
Showcase your completed project from above. Twilight sessions are available to best show your work.
Commercial Drone Photography
Show your business from an elevated angle with photos or a video. Show customers how your business is situated in your area.
Real Estate Drone Photography
Show your real estate listing within the neighborhood and from above. Real estate drone photography and video are available as stand alone packages or add-ons to real estate photography packages.
Authorized to Fly in Controlled Airspace
In most cases within the Houston, Dallas, Galveston metro areas, your schedule will not be impacted by FAA airspace authorizations. Operations below the UAS Facility Map height constraints will not impact schedule. For operations above the published limits, additional approvals will be required. Dee Zunker Photography has experience in coordinating 0 ft grid flights adjacent to various airports throughout the US.
Authorized to Fly at Night
The FAA has relaxed the requirements to fly at night, so a 107.29 waiver is no longer required to fly at night. Dee Zunker Photography previously held a 107.29 waiver and continues to adhere to the stricter requirements for safety under the waiver.