Stock Photography & Videography
Stock Photography and Video
Over the years...
Maine Imaging has built the largest, current, collection of high resolution, aerial photos of Maine and New England available today. Period.
We currently have over 18,000 stock aerial photos in our galleries, and we are adding more with every flight. These are NOT photos taken by drone, but high resolution image files produced using Canon professional camera bodies and “L series” lenses.
Visit our galleries to find your town or favorite place.
And, we are constantly adding to our collection of high res and ultra high res (4K) aerial video clips of Maine, shot using our Phantom 4 Pro drone.
Using the 50 megapixel Canon 5DsR camera body, we can create incredibly large panoramas. We call these “Mega Panos“. Using the helicopter, hovering in a set point in space, we are able to stitch several images together, and create a super large image file. Depending on the size, these can be printed to museum quality standards, at 300 pixels per inch (PPI), to over 10′ in length!
A recent aerial mega pano of Portland was converted to a trip tych of three 36″ x 36″ metal prints and now hangs in a customer’s Portland board room.
Another customer wanted an aerial mega pano of the Hampton, NH harbor, at both high tide and low tide. Those two 6′ long panoramas now hang in his dive shop, one over the other.
I have also produced mega panos from the ground at several of our National Parks, from around Maine, and even in Iceland!
Contact us with your project parameters, and we’ll get back to you with a quote.
Get In Touch
Have A Question?
Have questions? Ask away! We will answer all queries as soon as possible. Thanks!
Our Stock Gallery
Stock Scenic Images
When the aerial season winds down, we don’t just go into hibernation till next year. We travel the state looking for wildlife, Maine scenics, landscapes, seascapes, and long exposures. Visit our “Scenic” gallery to view these and more. Dave is a military plane buff, so if you are into old and new warbirds, check out his “Vintage Planes” and “Modern Planes” galleries. Want to see what a 16 minute exposure looks like? Visit the “Long Exposure” gallery. Looking for something specific? Use the search bar!