My flickr contact Philipp Medicus posted this great aerial image taken with his Ricoh GR. I’m still not sure how he’s getting these: kite, drone, parasail?
Flickr member Philipp Medicus shot this fantastic aerial (drone?) of freight cars with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Philipp Medicus shot this fantastic aerial (drone?) of train tracks and freight cars with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Maciek Lulko took this great image of Wroclaw, Poland with a drone and a GoPro Hero camera.
Flickr member Maciek Lulko took this image of Wroclaw, Poland using a drone and a GoPro camera.
This kind of shot, which traditionally can only be made from a high structure or a helicopter, is a reason to get a drone. I’m not interested (yet) but it sure is a fascinating time to be living in.
This is a very well researched and written piece on all the youTube and Instagram images and videos taken inside commercial flight cockpits which violate not only FAA rules but airline rules as well.
I must say, I’ve enjoyed many that I’ve seen but they’re definitely a no no.
[via Steve Splonskowski]
Flickr member Henry Africano took these excellent aerial photographs of Chicago from an airplane (not sure if commercial or private) with his Ricoh GR.
An eagle with a Sony Action Cam (like a GoPro) attached is let go on top of the Eiffel Tower and soars out over Paris looking for his handler in a plaza below. This is quite a spectacular video.
Eagles, hawks, owls and other predator birds are known to be able to spot a very small animal moving from great heights. This eagle finding his/her handler is a great example of that.
My flickr contact Homemade must be traveling. He just posted some amazing aerial images of Greenland shot with his Sony RX100. Brilliant.
The first looks like Italy’s boot, the second looks like a few inactive volcanos. Wow.