elevate your image with aerial perspective and scale
Getting a bird’s eye view with a drone is applicable to any film or photography goals. From real estate to natural history, we have experience flying in urban and remote settings often under variable conditions.
Cairns Film is equipped with DJI Mavic and Phantom drones capable of shooting 4K 10-bit video and high resolution stills.
Our drone production services are completely tailored to your needs. Sweeping landscapes? Done. 10-story building? You got it. These drones give us unparalleled versatility without sacrificing quality.
We have years of experience flying everywhere from university campuses and city streets to mountain tops and canyons. Cairns Film is FAA Commercial Drone Pilot Licensed.
aerial cinematography reel
Produced and written by Dr. Lindsey K. Alberston of Montana State University and directed and edited by Greg Cairns and Chet Stefan of Cairns Film. In partnership with the National Science Foundation, Montana State University, San Francisco State University, and the Stroud Water Research Center.
Dr. Albertson often uses this film in presentations on her research. She has two typical audiences; grade school students, and professional researchers at conferences. We thoroughly enjoyed working with macro photography on this project. Science outreach brings together elements of science video production, outdoor video production, and nature video production to create new and unique perspectives.
“Greg and his team at Cairns Film are insightful, organized, and professional. Designing projects with them was fun, and the outcome of my final film was better than I hoped for. I highly recommend him!“
Albertson lab, montana state university
“Greg does great work! I worked with Greg on an educational science outreach production. Not only does the production look great, but in my experience he does just as good of a job of understanding his clients needs and message. The approach that Greg takes is one that is truly important when communicating science (along with the many other important topics covered with his work) to a broad audience.”
Ben Tumolo, Ph.D candidate, montana state university