Drones his time was a curiosity, but now in the hands of professional and conscious photographers can become a great tool for creative expression.

Drones are used today mostly by photographers and filmmakers serving weddings, useful when you want to show shots of a bird, those in which a drone years more than the highest buildings. With dronom can take a shot of what once were only available for professional film crews who dearly paid for a helicopter flight. However, the images of the drone can also be very creative. Because somehow you have to stand out among hundreds of recorded flights over cities.

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Buyuktas Aydin, Turkish photographer, in his project titled "Flatland". He wanted to show the different places in Istanbul with a bird's eye view, but at this from a slightly surreal perspective. For this purpose, each location has photographed many times with very many different perspectives using Quadrocopter with a mounted camera. He then spent a lot of time to combine different photos into one, using special software, and thus get a very unusual perspective. Because each picture looks a bit like a ski jump from the perspective of the jumper, although in reality photographed areas are completely equal and without bulges. The effects are amazing!

fot. Aydın Buyuktas

fot. Aydın Buyuktas

fot. Aydın Buyuktas

fot. Aydın Buyuktas

fot. Aydın Buyuktas

Admit that pictures do not arouse associations with the famous "Inception"? The effect is great, but its receipt of required enormous effort. As mentioned photographer, processing each image in Photoshop lasted days, before it could join the collage. Work on the entire project took the photographer to 2 months, and often did he come back without a single photo if only because of bad weather. There were also cases when the birds attack drones, and quite a lot of time also took legal issues, because flying drone because the center of a big city is burdened with certain rigidities. As for me, the best use of drone photographer, which until now I had the opportunity to see. And if you want to see more, visit the photographer's page . Source: petapixel.com