Flying Dog Photos.com FINALLY Up & Running!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 22, 2010 --FARMINGDALE, NY--The day has finally arrived! Kevin Coughlin's new aerial photography business website, FLYINGDOGPHOTOS.COM is now up and running.
"It had to be perfect", said Coughlin, "before putting it live on the web. I wanted only the best looking site available as first impressions are everything...It was WELL worth the wait."
Flying Dog Photos is the aerial photography division of Coughlin's agency, Photostation Images LLC. According to the website: "Flying Dog Photos provides state-of-the-art still and video imagery utilizing very stable high-wing, slow-flying Cessna aircraft. Whether your needs are for commercial or residential real estate, editorial, television commercials, feature films, public relations, stadiums/arenas, government contracts, landmarks, buildings, progress reports or advertising purposes, we can help you achieve breath-taking results that you and your clients can be proud of. "
Partnering up with Mr. Coughlin is fellow pilot and visual journalist/director of photography Michael S. De Mita.
DeMita's bio on the new website states: "Michael S. De Mita is an accomplished pilot and visual journalist in his own right. Having logged hundreds of hours in his own Cessna 150 Aerobat, he is well-trained and equipped to conquer any visual challenge from above. As a former videographer for CNN and Fox News in New York, Mike has won 2 Emmy Awards for his videography and directed dozens of commercials and several independent films on his own."
The new company even has its own Facebook and Twitter pages. They assure prospective clients that they can meet or exceed their aerial imaging expectation without breaking their budget. "Hiring a helicopter can cost $1,500 an hour or more." says Coughlin. "Flying Dog Photos charges only a fraction of that - as much as 75% less, so we really are a bargain. We use stable, slow-flying, high-winged Cessna 150's, 152's and 172's with great success, might I add."
Flying Dog Photos is based out of Long Island's Republic Airport in Farmingdale, NY and services the Long Island, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut areas. Coughlin adds: "If the job is worth the travel, we will provide service for the entire North East."