From the gothic spires of Doncaster Minster to the much loved Keepmoat Stadium - there are a wealth of interesting and iconic sights to be seen from the town’s skies.
And now, one Doncaster company has based its business around capturing the town from these rarely seen vantage points.
Keyhole Visuals - the brainchild of Alex Dowie and Emily Johnson - was founded last year and has already completed work for Doncaster Chamber, South Yorkshire Police and Doncaster Racecourse.
The Bawtry-based business has also just put the finishing touches to a television advert for the racecourse, which is due to premiere on ITV later this month.
Mr Dowie, 21, recently graduated from Nottingham Trent University, with a degree in multi-media.
The Keyhole Visauals director said: “It’s great that we, as a Doncaster business, have been chosen to make the adverts and have been given the job over a bigger production company.
“We’ve been able to get some great footage of Doncaster since we started. We got the racecourse on St Leger Day, footage of the Vulcan and of the FARRS road as it’s been constructed.”
Keyhole Visuals uses a drone camera, which is manned by a team of three, to capture much of its footage.
They work with Doncaster business, Skye, who pilot the drone leaving Keyhole Visuals to focus on their breathtaking videography.
Ms Johnson added: “There aren’t that many local companies who are doing video production, so I think we stick out. We’re both from Doncaster and love it here, so it’s great to be based here and working with some great Doncaster businesses.”
The pair, who are both from Bawtry, say they have great hopes for the business in the future.
For more information on Keyhole Visuals please visit www.keyholevisuals.co.uk or call them on 01302 231040.