Over the past decade, drones have become an increasingly popular tool for both professional and amateur photographers. By giving a unique aerial perspective, drones allow photographers to enhance their creativity and take to the skies with ease. And, thanks to the Drone Photo Awards, it's easier than ever to enjoy the creative magic that happens when a good photographer is paired with this incredible technology.
Photographer Pham Huy Trung uses his craft to spotlight Vietnam's rich cultural history.
We talk a lot about renewable energy sources and moving toward a greener future.
One of the beauties of aerial photography is the ability to see what's familiar in a whole new way. That was certainly true for photographer Pio Andrea Peri, who used his drone to photograph his hometown on the Italian island of Sicily. What he discovered was a delightful surprise that put his small town of Centuripe on the map.
We're used to seeing sparkling blue, green, and crystal waters, but sometimes, nature throws a curveball.
Sulfur is a fascinating element. It is Earth's fifth most common element to be found in the natural world.
For the past 12 years, travel photographer Florian Delalee has been constantly on the move. With his base in Shanghai, he's been able to trek to remote areas of Asia and document its landscape. But as 2020 was a year like no other, he was forced to get creative when he found himself having to stay in China. That's where his series The Beauty of China from the Air was born.
Produced by the Siena Awards, the 2021 Drone Photo Awards celebrate the best in international drone photography.
As early as 225 BCE, the Great Pyramid at Giza was named one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient...
By day, George Wang is the Chief Technology Officer of an engineering consulting firm; but, his love for technology—including DSLR cameras and drones—has guided his photography hobby. So when he found himself in North Carolina's Outer Banks, he couldn't help but use his favorite gadgets to capture the picturesque scenery. Flying his drone high over beaches where wild horses roam free, he was able to capture an incredible image of storm clouds and the sunset.
Aerial photography captures the world as most people never get to experience it.
Since 1972, UNESCO has been working to preserve monuments around the world by assigning destinations the status of World Heritage...