Yes, but you probably shouldn’t. Some countries, like the US, allow commercial drones to be operated during civil twilight. Morning and evening civil twilight is defined explicitly by the FAA. Still, they mostly are the time between the sun being at six degrees above or below the horizon and fully setting or rising. In some cases, this could be the only time you can fly. However, we still recommend avoiding photogrammetric drone surveying during this time because such low light can adversely affect photo quality.
Always keep the weather forecast in mind, no matter the time. However, drone surveying during the day doesn’t exclude weather affecting your flight. Make sure to keep your eye on the weather forecast. Plan accordingly. Do not fly in rain, snow, high winds, or fog.
This depends on the services! The pricing can largely vary based on the project needs (such as time of day, the size of acres, how high/low we're flying, and general liability) can change this pricing quite a bit. We ask that you submit a free estimate, or contact us, so we can help narrow down this price for you!
Well, kinda! Although we do specialize in Kansas drone services such as drone photography and drone videography, we also do provide ground photography and videography! Contact us for more information!