Think there’s no way you could forget a single magical second of your skydive? Well … time is a funny thing when your brain is busy pumping out adrenaline, dopamine, and serotonin. By the time you land, it feels like a dream!
You only get one chance to capture the mind-blowing experience that is jumping for the first time out of an airplane 14,000 feet in the air. Don't leave your memories in the clouds!
With our skydiving photo and video services, you won’t miss a moment of your life-affirming accomplishment! We offer three different media packages – a price point for every budget. You can purchase your media package when you book your jump, or you can add a package at check in on jump day.
Up-close and personal footage of your skydive, taken from a camera worn on your tandem instructor’s wrist! You’ll receive still skydiving pics and edited video of your exit, parachute deployment, and epic parachute ride.
See the play-by-play of your skydive from a third-party perspective – including your incredible landing! A professional videographer will jump with you and your tandem instructor, even flying with you in freefall, capturing skydiving pics and sick skydiving video.
Why choose when you can have both?! The Ultimate Package combines the Extreme Hand Cam and Pro Package, meaning four cameras – your tandem instructor’s and a videographer’s – will catch every angle of the awesomeness!
With our lightning fast editing software, you’ll take digital delivery of your amazing skydiving pics and video in 24 hours or less.
For just $15 extra, you can also get the raw footage of your skydive on a USB drive. Give us about an hour after you land, and it’ll be ready for you to take home!
We’re often asked if pairs or groups can share a media package and, for safety reasons, the answer is no. Tandem skydivers exit the plane in intervals to keep safe distance during freefall and canopy flight – pairs are too far apart to feature in each other’s skydiving videos. You’re welcome, of course, to feature in each other’s videos on the ground and in the plane.
If you were planning on taking sky-high selfies, we’re sorry to burst your bubble but no phones can go to altitude with you. In fact, you’ll need to empty your pockets, remove your jewelry, and pull back your hair so nothing is lost to the sky. When flying in 120 mph winds, nothing is guaranteed to stay on your person!!
Skydive Danielson is a member of the United States Parachute Association (USPA), which is skydiving’s governing safety organization in the US. The USPA mandates that you have to be a licensed skydiver with a minimum of 200 jumps before you can wear a camera. It’s a safety issue, and we don’t mess with safety.
*Based on availability