Whether you live near a city or in the country, you've likely seen plane contrails, or vapor trails, in the sky. While we usually think of them as being streeks of white, occasionally they appear in different colors. It's just not usually visible to the human eye. India-based photographer Soumyadeep Mukherjee managed to capture this sight in a series of stunning photos.
Photographer Brad Walls is known for his creative aerial photography of ballet dancers.
Photographer Brad Walls is known for his artistic use of drones.
Ordinary activities are given a fresh perspective in the work of Ilanna Barkusky. The Canadian-born and now California-based photographer uses drones to capture swimming, tennis, basketball, and other sports from an overhead view in her series titled Aerial. These artful shots highlight the beauty of athletics from a less-seen angle. Barkusky's Aerial series is a mixture of photography and moving images. The athletes are almost centered in the image and fully immersed in their location.
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Based in Wyoming, Mitch Rouse uses aerial photographs to explore his interests in different industrial sites around America.
Photographer Chris Hytha ventures to the tops of historic skyscrapers by way of drone photography. A recent architecture school graduate, his love of buildings is reflected in his images, and they highlight incredible façades created over a century ago. Hytha focuses his drone on the final floors leading to the structure's spire.
Inspired by the roads and paths he's encountered during his travels, photographer Kevin Krautgartner‘s series The Long Journey is a look...
If you walk into almost any kitchen around the world, one item you are sure to find is salt.
Scottish photographer Nick Sidle loves the creative opportunities that aerial photography provides. And in recent years, he's become a fan of drone photography, which provides more flexibility than having to organize shoots from airplanes or helicopters. His success in the field is exemplified by a recent image, in which he captured a rare full-circle rainbow. Sidle was up at dawn taking photos in the Scottish Highlands when the opportunity presented itself.
Conservation photographer Paul Nicklen is a leader in using his art to promote change. His new series Delta is no different.
Over the past decade, drones have become an increasingly popular tool for both professional and amateur photographers.