There's a TV series called 'Canada: Over the Edge' and while it's made with a camera mounted on the nose of a real helicopter, we watched an episode last night that included an aerial view of our hometown (Victoria) and some of the areas around southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. It was refreshing to see it from a different perspective!
Oh yes, people just love seeing their familiar environs raised to the level of something special or even remarkable. I make a living doing those kinds of shots. Shoot your local environs as if it were some fabulous national park, and you will have an instant customer base.
The little multicopters have a real advantage over their full sized ancestors in that they can get very close to subjects without destroying them with wind wash, blown debris, etc. The hurricane-like fury of a full sized helicopter's downwash catches most people by surprise. Multicopters can also operate in very confined spaces and are safe to use below tree and utility wire levels. But please, no slot canyons.