Check out this amazing drone photo of Jacksonville, FL above the fog taken by aerial photographer Seth Langner on December 28 of last year.
Drone enthusiasts will likely already know this, but drones can take the most epic photos. Check out this photo of the construction of a wind turbine in the Netherlands. Not only does the drone photo show the massive size of the turbine, but look at how casually the construction workers are posing for the photo.
Drone footage shows the devastation left behind in the wake of hurricanes Delta and Laura that battered the Gulf Coast in short succession.
Back in April, as he was taking aerial photos of the mass burials on Hart Island, award-winning National Geographic and New York Times photographer, George Steinmetz had his DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone confiscated by the New York Police Department (NYPD).
Update: There has been some confusion as to what drone exactly was confiscated. An earlier version of this article mentioned it was a DJI Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian. I emailed George Steinmetz and he replied saying that it was indeed a DJI Mavic 2 Pro as we originally reported.
It was a Mavic 2 Pro. – George
Drone photos show a huge response from emergency crews to water search for a missing teen at the Lakeside Shopping Centre in the UK.
Today, drone photos of Vermont show transcendence and tranquility. The aerial photos were taken by Caleb Kenna and were published in the NY Times in a series that is dedicated to showing you the world while coronavirus travel restrictions may keep you at home. The featured photo that was taken at the Sugar Hill Reservoir in Goshen, Vt. shows a photographer holding what seems to be a DJI Mavic 2 controller. Could this be an aerial self-portrait of Caleb?
Every year, we see many amazing drone photos and videos of fireworks. From high up in the sky, you get a whole new perspective, and you can get a lot closer to the action. Maybe a little to close at times! Check out this photo that was posted on social media from a drone that gets real close to the 4th of July fireworks.
Here’s an article that explains how the iconic photo of the Burnside Bridge protest in Portland was captured. The aerial photo of thousands of people protesting and laying down on the bridge on June 2 for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in remembrance of George Floyd, quickly went viral. The photo pushed photographer Andrew Wallner into the spotlight and created some controversy over safe drone flying practices. The protest lasted for less than 10 minutes, but the iconic drone photo captured this moment for eternity and for all of us to see.
An article in Cruising World has a few good tips on how to take off and land your drone from a sailboat. Below I will highlight some of the most relevant information for safely flying your drone from a sailboat under sail.
Drone photos shared on social medial show the burned-down Amazon distribution center in Redlands, California. The distribution center went up in flames last Friday morning.
It appears that Prince Harry and Meghan have a serious drone problem at their Beverly Hills home. Since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to Los Angeles full-time less than three months ago, they are worried about their family’s safety after a number of drone incidents.