Aerial photography captures the world as most people never get to experience it. From the bird's-eye view of a drone, new colors and patterns emerge in familiar landscapes. For New South Wales-based Australian photographer Derry Moroney, experimenting with aerial images has produced a shot depicting an almost mystical “tree of life.
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German photographer Tom Hegen is known for his brilliant aerial photography.
We're used to seeing captivating aerial photography, but acclaimed drone photographer Brad Walls has pushed things to a new creative level with his latest series. This portfolio, titled ballerine de l'air (Ballerina from the air), is an interesting twist on classic portraits of ballet dancers. By using his drone, Walls manages to highlight different angles of their grace and beauty.
In its first edition, the Aerial Photography Awards has made its mark by revealing the strength of its winners.
You can get a different perspective on the world thanks to the winners of the 2020 Drone Photo Awards.
German photographer Jan Erik Waider has always been fascinated by the landscapes of the distant North. He spends much of his time exploring the rugged terrain of Greenland, Norway, Antarctica, and Iceland. For his latest series of abstract landscapes, Waider took a different approach and decided to focus on color. These aerial shots, taken in Iceland, break down the environment in a unique way and highlight the various tonalities that grace a single scene.
Photographer Navid Baraty is back again and this time, he has captured a rooftop image that looks like it was taken straight out...