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...
Breathtaking Aerial Photos of Grounded Planes During COVID-19 Is Now a Coffee Table Book [Interview]
German photographer Tom Hegen is known for his brilliant aerial photography. Often taken from a helicopter, Hegen's photos have explored everything from tulip fields to salt ponds. For this latest project, he took advantage of the unique circumstances that COVID-19 created to photograph an often overlooked environment—the airport. Dangling from a helicopter, Hegen focused on six German airports and documented grounded planes parked on the runway.
We're used to seeing captivating aerial photography, but acclaimed drone photographer Brad Walls has pushed things to a new creative...
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. Organized as part of the prestigious Siena Awards Festival, the photo contest highlights the best aerial drone photography from around the world. This year, Australian photographer Jim Picôt took home the grand prize for his image Love Heart of Nature. The brilliant photograph shows a shark swimming among a school of salmon.
German photographer Jan Erik Waider has always been fascinated by the landscapes of the distant North.
Photographer Navid Baraty is back again and this time, he has captured a rooftop image that looks like it was taken straight out...