Aerial photography continue to amaze and inspire people. They provide that bird’s eye view of a familiar landscape that we rarely see with our own eyes. They give a sense of perspective and scale to landscapes, which is vital for many situations.
On the lesser end of the scale, there is the consumer keen to gaze at the vast horizon of their large city. On the other, there are news stations/outlets that will pay high prices for stunning aerial shots of war zones, natural disasters and more.
Aerial photography is a sub-genre that has developed greatly since the end of the 19th century. It hasn’t always been about HD cameras in planes and drones.
The progression of aerial photography stretches back further than many of us would expect. Read Full Post…