Tuesday, February 27

Aerial Photography

How Water Shapes Earth – 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs

How Water Shapes Earth – 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs

Aerial Photography, Featured
We bet that after reading the title itself, you have some idea of what kind of photography project we at Fotomated are featuring today. But, these are not just Aerial Photographs, they have a highly specific theme. Milan Radisics, a skilful Hungarian aerial photographer decided to use his aerial photography to show 'how water shapes earth'. These amazing 12 photographs shows shapes, patterns and formations of earth created by water. 'How Water Shapes Earth' is a highly recognised and awarded project. It is not a surprise considering the unique theme, selection of scenes and the quality of the images. See the images below to witness them yourselves. Image credit & More info: water.shapes.earth | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Behance Marshland at dawn - (c) Milan Radisic...
17 Amazing Aerial Photographs of Namibian Sand Dunes

17 Amazing Aerial Photographs of Namibian Sand Dunes

Aerial Photography, Featured
Sand Dunes are one of the favourite subjects of landscape photographers, and we all can understand why. With correct exposure and framing, sand dunes can create elegant and majestic sights with a unique mood belonging to themselves. But the thing is, all the photographphs of sand dunes we are seeing have the same perspective, which is obviously the perspective of a wide lens from the ground some distance away from the dune. But, Tom Hegen, a German photographer shows us a different perspective of these things. His amazing aerial photographs of Namibian sand dunes shows us the unique view of them from the top. Image credit & More info: www.tomhegen.com | Facebook | Instagram | Behance | LinkedIn (c) Tom Hegen (c) Tom Hegen (c) Tom Hegen (c) Tom Hegen (c) Tom Hegen...
Photographer Discovers a Beautiful ‘Tree of Life’ in Aerial Photographs of a Lake

Photographer Discovers a Beautiful ‘Tree of Life’ in Aerial Photographs of a Lake

Aerial Photography
Aerial photography depicts the globe as most people will never see it. New hues and patterns appear in familiar landscapes from the perspective of a drone. Derry Moroney, an Australian photographer based in New South Wales has spotted a wonderful phenomenon, which he calls 'tree of life', while experimenting with aerial photographs. The magnificent shots, which were taken from above in the seashore waters of Lake Cakora at Brooms Head, is part of a more significant effort chronicling the lake's ecology on a daily basis. (c) Derry Moroney (c) Derry Moroney (c) Derry Moroney Lake Cakora is located on New South Wales North Coast, recognized for its beautiful beaches and natural sights. Ocean tides occasionally inundate the lake, and its levels rise and fall with the rain. Mo...
‘Drone Portraits’ – This Photographer Takes Portraits to Whole Another Level

‘Drone Portraits’ – This Photographer Takes Portraits to Whole Another Level

Aerial Photography, Featured
Dimitar Karanikolov is a photographer based in both London and Sofia (capital of Bulgaria). By profession, he is an architect, but his passion is Travel and Aerial photography. He is spending his recent years travelling around the world on specialized photo expeditions, capturing authentic sceneries, portraits and unusual perspectives with his drone. One of his latest and most featured projects is 'Drone Portraits'. He has captured a series of aerial photographs of a vast variety of locations around the world. What makes them interesting and outstanding is adding a human (or animal) element to the frame. It makes the photograph technically a Portrait and adds a sense of scale to it. The combination of the human element and the exotic background create a unique vibe. Image credit &...
View of a Giza Pyramid from the Top by a Drone

View of a Giza Pyramid from the Top by a Drone

Aerial Photography
The course of human history is so varied and even astounding at times. Humanity's greatest accomplishments have been passed down through the ages, and the creations of the ancients continue to amaze us today. The 'Great Pyramids of Giza' are one such magnificent historical achievement. These massive constructions, which date back to circa 225 BC, are works of art in and of themselves. Even yet, there is some disagreement as to whether or not prehistoric humans constructed it. Let's put the arguments aside for a minute and marvel at this magnificent edifice, which for more than three thousand years was the world's largest man-made building. It's one of the oldest and most spectacular constructions on the planet, and it has a plethora of mysteries. Alexander Ladanivskyy, a Ukrainian pho...