Drone Photography Becomes Mainstream

Photography with the use of a camera drone was one of the 5 trends in the field in 2016. But more than just a trend or a passing fad, drone photography is becoming mainstream.

Drone photography has and will follow a similar trend. The initial impact of stunning aerial visuals is beginning to wane and drone imagery is beginning to find itself a mainstream tool for photographers to get creative imagery. Read more at:

Thus, providing drone photography services has become popular these days especially for special events. Drone wedding photography is much in demand these days, for it gives newlyweds a special and unique keepsake of one of the most important days in their lives.

A wedding event captured by a drone

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Another reason for the staying power of drone photography is the fascination with capturing shots from high levels, and at unique angles.

Radio-controlled drone cameras like the DJI Phanton 4 are enabling photographers to capture scenes that would previously have been either physically impossible or ruinously expensive to capture. […] And drone photography is rapidly becoming part of the mainstream of professional photography. Trevor Paglen, the US multidisciplinary artist known for his work tackling mass surveillance, has been awarded [the 2016] Deutsche Börse photography prize for a shot taken with a drone camera. Read more at:

Among the best drones for professional photography and filming is the DJI T600 Inspire 1 Quadcopter with 4k.

Easy to navigate and compact, this drone can fly anywhere – inside the house or out in the open – and at any time you want. With a light, compact but strong built, the camera is capable of producing up to 12 MP clear and sharp images. This professional drone is the best for producing high-quality videos and images. Read more at:

And making things more interesting is what might be a new trend in drone photography – that of (near) infrared photography, as a recent news reported about a commercial drone operator who was able to do this.

But by using a near-infra-red lens, commercial drone operator Bevin Lealand has brought out detail that an ordinary camera, and the naked eye, would not have seen. Read more at:

As proof of how far one can go with drone photography, read this story of one family who captured the almost the entire length of the Great Wall of China with their drone.

 

 

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