In the two-minute video, you'll take a journey over the sweeping hills and mountains by drone. Get ready to marvel at the most spectacular—and colorful—season.
A drone just flew from Israel’s north to south and this is what it captured.
It’s videos like this that inspire me to fly more and capture the beauty in this world. I myself haven’t done much traveling, but there are a lot of awesome places out there to see. Karim Iliya captured a lot of amazing content out in Pachamama and put together this video in a very fun and entertaining way.
Drones allow us to see the world the way they do, peacefully and beautifully from above, and it turns out their view of castles and palaces are even more stunning than what we can see from the ground.
The places included are:
- Castle of Almourol (Tagus River, Vila Nova da Barquinha, Portugal)
- Bled Castle (Lake Bled, Slovenia)
- Blenheim Palace (Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England)
- Dvigrad Castle (Istria, Croatia)
- Ehrenberg Castle (Reutte, Tirol, Austria)
- Hohenwerfen Castle (Salzach valley, Werfen, Austria)
- Khotyn Fortress (Dniester River, Khotyn, Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine)
- Landskron Castle (Villach, Carinthia, Austria)
- Neuschwanstein Castle (Hohenschwangau, Füssen, Bavaria, Germany)
- Predjama Castle (Postojna, Predjama, Slovenia)
- Castle Stalker (Port Appin, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, United Kingdom)
There’s something quite poetic about using modern technology to find a new way to appreciate old, beautiful buildings.
Unique footage of a Bryde’s Whale has been released today by Auckland University of Technology. The footage shows an adult whale feeding, briefly joined by a young calf, and was filmed from a drone off the coast of Auckland. It is thought to be the first time the feeding behaviour of a Bryde’s Whale has been recorded by an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).
Drone footage has captured the moment an endangered sea turtle returns to crystal clear waters after nesting on a beach in Costa Rica.
Warning there is blood.
A drone has captured a bloody feeding frenzy by around 70 tiger sharks.
Bit of a comoercial, but some good thoughts on artist adapting technology.
Balance, a film by Tim Sessler and Brandon Bray, is a dizzying, disorienting display of drone cinematography. It’s also the first drone film we know of to use the famous “vertigo effect,” AKA dolly zoom.
Here’s a short behind the scenes look at how the video came together, including the vertigo scenes.
A one week adventure filming New Mexico's epic landscapes by drone. Traveling over 1000 miles through windswept deserts, foggy forests and snow capped mountains in the onset of a blizzard, pushing the camera and the craft to their limits.
Whether you've been or not, the chalky white buildings against clear, cerulean water are a sight to be seen.
Drones represent a great marketing tool for the tourism industry, which has always been one of the quickest to adopt new technologies.
The ability to produce innovative and affordable aerial videos and photographs has been one of the primary reasons drones have created a stir in this industry.
If tourism organizations and marketers haven’t yet started to take into account drone content and drone user-generated content in their marketing strategies and haven’t started to move their audience toward drone content creation and collaboration in their customer engagement strategies, they will do it soon.
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