Lyon-based photography platform Dronestagram compiles and presents mesmerizing aerial photos taken across the world. Captured by drones, the stunning shots allow viewers to see both familiar and far away websites from new, sky-high perspectives.
Ranging to famous monuments and well-known holiday destinations from city skylines and beautiful landscapes, the collection of aerial photographs is as diverse as the areas they signify. The works showcased on Instagram page span professional, printed pictures and user -submitted photos, ensuring a diverse variety of creative techniques and preferences in a subject matter.
Now, Dronestagram has teamed up with photography editor Ayperi Karabuda Ecer to turn the innovative social media undertaking into a beautiful book. Dronescapes: The New Aerial Images from Dronestagram functions a carefully curated choice of striking photographs “showcasing the beauty and wonder of the planet as caught by drone-borne cameras.” You can pick up your copy of Dronescapes on Amazon.
Along with publishing Dronescapes, the Dronestagram group has also been active arranging the 2017 International Drone Photography Contest. Supported by National Geographic, the yearly contest is structured into three groups: ‘Nature,’ ‘People,’ and ‘Urban.’
Dronescapes, a guide by Dronestagram, offers and compiles a beautiful collection of aerial photography.