Aerial Photography

Aerial photography can be very effective for showing aspects of a project or design that are not obvious from ground level. We use a professional quadcopter drone to capture high quality photographs and video footage.

Gareth Byrne Photography is fully insured and certified as an Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) permit holder by the Irish Aviation Authority.

Prior to commencing an aerial photography project we will evaluate site and weather conditions to determine the optimum time for commencing the photoshoot.

Over the years we have been fortunate to work with some of the following clients:

If you would like us to assess the suitability of your project for aerial photography please get in touch.



River Liffey looking towards Docklands
Samuel Beckett Bridge - Sir John Rogerson's Quay
Magheramore beach, Co.Wicklow
The Red Cow interchange | Dublin
Poolbeg Lighthouse in Dublin Bay
Grand Canal Square
Kinsale harbour
The Sally Gap, Co.Wicklow
Dublin Port & East Link Bridge Dublin
Funicular Folly | Ballinglough Castle | Rae Moore Architect
The Baily Lighthouse | Howth Head Co. Dublin
Dublin City
The Gravity Bar
Poolbeg Lighthouse in Dublin Bay
Wicklow Head Lighthouse
The Quarterdeck Pavillion | Capital Dock
VHI Abbey Street | Collen Construction
Dublin Port
River Liffey looking towards Docklands
Samuel Beckett Bridge - Sir John Rogerson's Quay
Magheramore beach, Co.Wicklow
The Red Cow interchange | Dublin
Poolbeg Lighthouse in Dublin Bay
Grand Canal Square
Kinsale harbour
The Sally Gap, Co.Wicklow
Dublin Port & East Link Bridge Dublin
Funicular Folly | Ballinglough Castle | Rae Moore Architect
The Baily Lighthouse | Howth Head Co. Dublin
Dublin City
The Gravity Bar
Poolbeg Lighthouse in Dublin Bay
Wicklow Head Lighthouse
The Quarterdeck Pavillion | Capital Dock
VHI Abbey Street | Collen Construction
Dublin Port
River Liffey looking towards Docklands

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