We know people like to hate on drones, but doggonit, they allow for some amazing aerial photography, previously only possible with expensive helicopter and airplane access.
We've been following Reuben Wu as an artist, sharing his beautiful and exciting work that pairs natural landscapes with geometric light-art 'drawn' with the use of drones. It's a fascinating way to showcase the natural world, and with his latest project, Wu …
A visual exploration of two very different, yet very beautiful countries, at two corners of the globe.
In Reuben Wu's latest series, Aeroglyphs, he uses drones with lighting attachments to create simple, geometric forms over bodies of water, thanks to long exposure photography.
The magical beauty of the Philippines captured by aerial photography by Dimitar Karanikolov.
Exceptional travel photography from Hong-Kong based Victor Cheng.
In a series entitled Lux Noctis II, photographer Reuben Wu showcases alien-like landscapes topped with glowing light halos.
Beautiful drone photography by Mark Siegemund showcases Shanghai from above.
A strange and thrilling gallery of Bogotá, Colombia from above, altered to become supernatural.
Rasmus Kaesmann gives us a great vantage point of the Bavarian countryside by drone.
Some great entries in the Aerial category for National Geographic's Photographer of the Year contest.
Dronestagram has already awarded their 2017 photos of the year.