Drone company reports in the province of Malaga: Marbella, Estepona, Fuengirola, Antequera, Nerja and the rest of Andalusia. I also work in Castilla-La Mancha and Madrid.
Own operator of RPAs by the State Aviation Safety Agency since June 2020.
Juan Pascual is a remotely piloted aircraft pilot with an official AESA qualification. He is the owner of a Malaga and Marbella drone operating company.
The header photograph of this blog entry corresponds to a golf course in the municipality of Marbella, photographed with my DJI Mavic drone. I have chosen this aerial photograph for the attractive curves formed by the golf course, those of the path that runs through it in continuous slopes and the sea in the background making horizontal lines with the waves and as the last plane, the sky is completely clear and without any detail. I was also attracted by the contrast of intense colours between the different shades of grass, trees, road and bunkers with the uniform blue of the Mediterranean sea and the sky. The light and cleanliness of the atmosphere were perfect. Drone professional photography Madrid Malaga and Marbella.
As in the rest of the photographic work that I do, also as a Malaga and Marbella drone company, I proceed to select the best ones after capturing images. Then I digitally edit them with photo software like Phocus, Adobe Photoshop and Capture One Pro.
Photographic reports with drones for real estate companies, architecture studios, golf courses, landscaping, public works, topography, local and regional tourist offices, residential and sports complexes, associations, sports clubs and private clients who want to have aerial photographs made in his property.
Here we have a report I did in May 2021 in a farmhouse in Antequera. Two years before, the owners hired me to do a photographic report of the interiors and exteriors of the property. Now they wanted to complete the job with an aerial photography session done with a drone. From when they decided to do this report extension until I went to do it, we had to wait almost two weeks to have the ideal weather conditions for taking images: clear skies, clear days and no wind. The photographs we see are made from a height of 8 meters to around 60-70 meters as a maximum height, below 120 m. flight maximums allowed for unmanned aircraft. I photographed the farmhouse, swimming pool, and olive grove belonging to the property and surroundings from the best possible angles. In the first photograph, we see the pool and the house in the background. We continue with an oblique shot of the entire property.
The second photograph, the first without counting the header, is of an agricultural landscape from La Mancha, specifically of a vineyard in the municipal district of the town of Manzanares, in the province of Ciudad Real. The wonderful thing about the landscapes in Castilla La Mancha is how they change throughout the year, according to the cycles of agricultural exploitations. I looked for the game of oblique lines of the vineyards that converge with a vanishing point in the upper and far part of the image, near the horizon and the sky. Also, the combination of colours, similar to those of the previous golf course despite being different, green, the intense brown of the earth a few hours after the rain, the yellow of the crops and the blue of the sky. Drone professional photography Malaga and Marbella. I looked for the almost zenithal position of the sun to avoid large lateral shadows that distract and reduce the symmetrical effect of the vineyard.
The third image is not made with a drone. It is an aerial photograph of Malaga, shot with my Hasselblad H5D-50c camera from a plane piloted by my friend Tim, a Dutch commercial pilot who likes to fly with smaller devices in his spare time. We were flying over the city of Malaga for more than half an hour. I also photographed the province's coast from the Vélez Málaga aerodrome to Malaga from the plane. The photograph is taken at the mouth of the Guadalmedina River, towards the city's centre and the eastern part. The cathedral can be distinguished almost in the centre of the image and the entire historic centre of Malaga. To the right, we have the port and Muelle Uno, and in the background, the Montes de Málaga and the beaches of La Malagueta and La Caleta. I chose the last hours of sunlight to capture this image to have the best light on the main façade, the port and the rest of the capital of the Costa del Sol. Also looking for a warm light with autumn colours, especially in the trees of the Paseo de los Curas, and not so in El Parque. I will return to fly over the city of Malaga shortly in search of new images.
The fourth capture is of a beach in the province of Malaga in the afternoon at the beginning of summer. The still strong sunlight makes it possible to photograph against the light with great contrast of the blacks of the silhouettes of the bathers, the surfboards, the footprints in the sand and the waves with the whites burned of the sea. If I had waited two to three hours to take this picture instead of black and white, it could have been exciting with golden tones from the reflection of the sun at sunset. If I go back to this beach a little later than the last time for the rest of the summer, I will try to get it in colour. It will be a nice contrast to show both versions together.
The fifth photograph is made for a different purpose, one of the ones I work on the most. It is part of a professional real estate photographic report, in this case for a construction company of very high-quality villas and homes in the town of Benahavís, in large urbanization where there are three golf courses, a spectacular 5-star hotel and numerous villas and other residential buildings. In this image, we have two rows of cypresses between which is a fairway of a golf course, to the right is the village that I reported on this time, in a medium plane, we have a large lake, and to the background, the Mediterranean Sea.
The sixth photograph was taken in the spring of 2019 in Iceland in flight from a small plane. The landscapes of this small country in northern Europe are incredible. I chose this photograph because of the lines that form the roads (including the bus) and how they divide this particular landscape from the centre of the island, with volcanoes scattered throughout its geography. Another of Iceland's peculiarities is how little the landscape varies in colour throughout the year. Iceland is one of the essential trips for lovers of nature and landscaping.
The seventh image is part of the report I have made of an apartment in Sotogrande (Cádiz). It is one of the three swimming pools that urbanization has. I took advantage of having a neighbour sunbathing at the edge of the pool to bring the photograph to life and achieve a complete composition by forming a diagonal line that joins the palm trees with the girl. I waited for the afternoon to come to have the sun in my face and the reflection of the sun in the water. Beyond the urbanization, we can see the golf course and the villas that are in the upper part of the mountains in the background of this southern area of ??Andalusia.
My purpose is to photograph landscapes as different as possible: rural, agricultural, coastal areas, plains such as La Mancha, mountainous, snow-covered in winter, with vegetation in spring, yellow and ocher in autumn, and urban areas both in cities and small isolated towns.