One of the video platforms where beautiful drone videos regularly appear is Vimeo. It’s a matter of typing in ‘drone’ as the search term, setting the search period to ‘last 30 days’, sorting the results by ‘popularity’ and voilà: the newest gems will surface automatically. That’s how we came across the FPV Drone Video ‘What a Wonderful World’.
FPV drone video: What a Wonderful World
In the FPV drone video, you go on a journey with one of the flying seeds of a dandelion. The recordings were made by means of an FPV racing drone, which of course produces very dynamic images. But the strength of the drone video is mainly in the powerful concept, the sophisticated CGI, and the sweet vocal accompaniment.
The video in question was directed by Alyosha Starodubov. The drone was piloted by Platon Maksimov. South Africa was chosen as the decor.
From the description: “The new video ‘What A Wonderful World’ is tuned to the Russian equivalent of Louis Armstrong’s timeless classic and was shot using FPV racing drones. It tells the story of a dandelion seed that travels great distances to remind us of the enchanting beauty of the world in which we have been locked up for far too long.”
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