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We are always looking for commission-only Sales staff. If you work in an environment that could benefit from Google Business Photography or Aerial Photography - Estate Agency, Construction, Event Management for instance or you are a freelance 'fixer' and could add Google Business Photography Aerial Photography to the Services that you sell, then drop us a line.
Let us know what you do, where you are located and how you think you could benefit us. We pay a good rate of commission and also ongoing repeat fees for subsequent work.
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If you are already an established commercial photographer, do get in touch with a view to adding our services to your portfolio. We pay commission on all sales that you bring to us and, by offering aerial or Google Business photography, you can expand your portfolio of Services too.
Existing Aerial Photographer?
Overshoot cannot be everywhere. It partners with other Photographers across the UK and where appropriate, will send out warm referrals. For this Overshoot gets paid a commission. If you are a BNUC-S qualified and insured commercial UAV or kite operator or a mast photographer, get in touch and on toOvershoot's books.
Set up in Aerial Photography yourself and get referrals (see above)
If you are looking at setting up on your own, why not use us as a trial for your customers to gauge the demand before committing to purchase. You subcontract us for your first few shoots, we work under your name. This enables you to build up an Aerial Photography portfolio and a client base with minimal set up cost. If successful, you can then take the plunge and purchase a Draganflyer (or other Drone). If it is not for you, then you will not have wasted your money.
Click here to receive our White Paper on how to go about setting yourself up
Any Questions? Contact us through the Contact form in the first instance and we will take it from there.