Ever need an aerial image of a US location? Sure you could waste time looking for it in a buried photo archive somewhere, but why not go to OrderAirPhotos.com and download or have a print made within hours to days?
Aerial Services launched OrderAirPhotos.com in late February 2011 to make it easy and affordable for the GIS professional, outdoorsman, or any citizen to get aerial imagery prints and downloads. Imagery coverage includes all of the continental 48 states at 1-meter resolution. The easy to use site opens showing your present location, includes a typical webmap selection tool with search, various service offerings/sizes, and quick/secure checkout via Amazon.com. Download links are emailed to clients and quality photo prints are shipped promptly.
“Aerial Services often get calls from clients and the public at large wanting an affordable aerial image in a short timeframe,” stated Joshua McNary, Marketing Manager for Aerial Services & OrderAirPhotos.com. “OrderAirPhotos.com is a useful self-service tool in such situations. Anyone, GIS professionals or the public, can review the available imagery online, choose the output they’d like, add it to cart, and checkout in minutes. Then the system fulfills orders quickly, with download links emailed soon thereafter or prints shipped to your door within days. Many cities, counties, golf course managers, parks superintendents, and other land managers will really appreciate the 48″x48″ prints that make nice adornments for your or patrons offices.”
Downloads start at only $0.99, with prints starting at $9.99 (plus shipping). Download options include custom sized JPEG (with JPW & PRJ files) or printable PDFs (with metadata, scalebar, etc.) in Letter (8.5X11), Legal (8.5X14), and Tabloid (11X14) sizes. Prints come in 5X7, 8X10, 11X14, and 48X48 inch sizes on either glossy or matte photo paper.
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