30 Amazing Examples Of Drone Photography

Drone is probably one of the most exciting photography inventions in recent history. It allows photographers to take stunning aerial images of our world's most beautiful places or even mundane locations that look surprisingly interesting from the bird's eye view.

Nowadays drones aren't that expensive – the prices have dropped which means that many aerial photography enthusiasts can obtain this sky-high flying camera.

There are two types of drones – those with a built-in camera and heavy lifting drones which can carry a DSLR. If you want to learn more about different kinds of drones, you can check out this article.

We selected these 30 amazing examples of drone photography to keep you inspired – no matter what you choose to shoot with your drone, you can certainly make some breathtaking images. As usual, practice makes perfect!

Photo by Guilherme Almeida on Pexels

Photo by Walid Ahmad on Pexels

Photo by Tom Fisk on Pexels

Photo by Tom Fisk on Pexels

Photo by Thomas Beckett on Unsplash

Photo by Taneli Lahtinen on Unsplash

Photo by Stephen Pedersen on Unsplash

Photo by Sherman Yang on Unsplash

Drone photography is really about amazing composition.  Getting composition right has always been the greatest challenge for the photographer. If you’d like to get better at photography composition and learn concepts that go beyond the basics, you should take a look at Kent DuFault’s guide to advanced composition.

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Photo by Ryan Searle on Unsplash

Photo by Ryan Searle on Unsplash

Photo by Riedelmeier on Pixabay

Photo by Rebecca Georgia on Unsplash

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Photo by Martin Reisch on Unsplash

Photo by Lance Asper on Unsplash

Photo by Keith Bremner on Unsplash

Photo by John Westrock on Unsplash

Photo by John Westrock on Unsplash

Photo by John Westrock on Unsplash

Photo by Jeremy Vessey on Unsplash

Photo by Jean Wimmerlin on Unsplash

Learning And Applying Advanced Composition Will Elevate Your Photographs

Advanced Composition – will ensure you create images that pop. You'll get more out of your photography and start taking images that will truly capture your creative vision. If you’d like to improve your composition skills and learn concepts that go beyond the ‘rule of thirds’, do take a look at Kent DuFault’s guide Advanced Composition

In Kent Dufault's Advanced Composition, you'll discover advanced composition concepts such as:

  • Compression
  • Color Placement
  • Contrast Overlap
  • Rhythm
  • Color Wash
  • Texture
  • Stacking

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Photo by Jan Vernarec on Unsplash

Photo by Jack Anstey on Unsplash

Photo by Ivan Bandura on Unsplash

Photo by Ivan Bandura on Unsplash

Photo by InvisiblePower on Pixabay

Photo by Gled Kozenko on Unsplash

Photo by Deva-Darshan on Pexels

In case you want to learn more about drone photography, feel free to check out the following links!

Further Resources:

    1. 6 Useful Tips That Will Make Your Drone Photography Rise Above The Rest
    2. 4 Persistent Myths About Drone Photography
    3. Rise of the Drones: How Drone Photography Is Affecting the Future Of Our Craft
    4. Tips For Getting Started Doing Photography With Drones
    5. Become A Ninja In Drone Photography – Dominate Its Secrets!
    6. Top RC Drones With A Camera

Further Learning:

We hope you've enjoyed this gallery of amazing examples of drone photography. If you are looking to improve your photography composition and learn concepts that go beyond the ‘rule of thirds’, do take a look at Kent DuFault’s guide Advanced Composition. With this guide, you will learn all about:

  • color
  • light
  • shadow
  • lines
  • curves
  • repetition
  • juxtaposition
  • anticipation
  • pre-visualization
  • timing

Click here now to check it out.


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