Aerial Photography for Festivals Fairs & Events

Oct 4, 2013 by Marie Nease

Wingdreamer Photography helped A taste of Clarkesville take their food and wine festival to new heights on September 28th 2013!

We flew over Historic Downtown Clarkesville and circled the event between 12:15 and 12:45, their peak time for the event. For the 4th annual festival, the downtown area was dotted with colorful tents, crowds of smiling people tasting yummy food, sipping delicious local wine and tasty beer. The music of local artists filled the autumn air.  It was a perfect day! The festival was a great success and is a fun way to support the local community!

The images (80+ photos) are already in the hands of the Hosts: Clarkesville Business and Community Association, City of Clarkesville and Clarkesville Main Street. They will be able to use the photos for marketing the event next year. The images can be used again and again in print and online in many creative ways. Along with close ups of the downtown area, Wingdreamer Photography also captured many images of the city and the surrounding tree canopy and the nearby mountains. The local paper, The NE Georgian, featured one of the images on their front page, with an article about the event.

Aerial photography is perfect for providing a new perspective of an event, festivals of every kind, grand openings and dedications and even weddings! Oh and aerial images of walk/runs and bike races would be a new perspective to use for marketing the event and showing off the images after the event. With fall festivals and fairs coming up and looking toward the spring festivals, it makes sense to plan ahead and include aerial photography in your budget for your event! Contact us soon for your event!

Here in Northeast Georgia, we have Cornelia's Big Red Apple Festival coming up on October 12. Toccoa is having their Toccoa Harvest Festival on November 2, 2013. Wingdreamer is in discussions with Toccoa about covering their event! Opening day for the Georgia Mountain Fall Festival is October the 10th. Duluth just had their Fall Festival on September 28th. The Atlanta Greek Festival opened October 3rd and the Fun, Food and Opa goes on through the 6th. The Pumpkin Festival at Stone Mountain Park will be going on every weekend in October. The Stone Mountain Highland Games is coming up soon! The fun and games starts October 18th through the 20th. I've really enjoyed this event several years in a row! And well, the list goes on...

I hope you enjoy all the activities and events that are available! Remember to look up! You may see Wingdreamer Photography flying over and capturing spectacular images of the next event you attend!

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