Category: Aerial Photography

New York City From Above: Aerial Photography by Paul Seibert

Paul Seibert is a talented photographer that focuses on aerial and cityscapes, currently based in Closter, New Jersey, USA. Paul has lived in the New York Metropolitan area for the majority of his life. “I love the energy, the pace, and the unexpected elements that such a large, diverse population, and environment provide”, he says. New York, and it’s inhabitants are my subjects, and they inspire me on a daily basis. My goal is to pass that inspiration along through my images. The style of my photography first and foremost, is intimate. I want the viewer of my images to ... Read more

Daredevil Photographer Jin-Woo Prensena Hangs Out of Helicopters to Take Spectacular Aerial Photos

Jin-Woo Prensena is a talented photographer and artist who was born in South Korea, raised and Germany and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Prensena shoots stunning aerial photos from a top-down perspective, capturing the atmosphere throughout the event, in an unobtrusive way. Jin-Woo, who previously worked as a Hollywood handler, is well known for his beautiful beach pictures and daring aerial shots from around the globe. He has produced works from 7500 feet above downtown Los Angeles, flying over the remote riverbeds of the Icelandic highlands, the famous Faraglioni rocks of Capri, the tropics of Kauai, the ... Read more

New York From Above: Spectacular Aerial Photography by Andrew Griffiths

Andrew Griffiths (also known as Lensaloft) is a award-winning aerial photographer, director and self-confessed aviation nerd from Melbourne, Australia. Andrew focuses on aerial photography and 360 degree panoramas, he captures his stunning birdseye views from a loft a helicopter. Griffiths has been lucky enough to combine his two passions – photography & flight – into a career through creating amazing images while up at sometimes over 10,000ft in a helicopter. Andrew shoots cities around the globe. His photographs of New York, in particular, have gone viral and pushed his following to over 340,000 on Facebook alone! More info: instagram / ... Read more

Aerial Views of Miami by Bernhard Lang

Aerial photos by Munich-based photographer Bernhard Lang of Miami, the port city on the Atlantic coast of south Florida in the southeastern United States. Shot from a helicopter in 2016-2017, the images show the symmetrical arrangement of beach umbrellas from above—evenly spaced and color coded. At his website, Lang describes his interest in finding patterns and structures, which sometimes resemble abstract paintings, as well as capturing images that show the impact
 of human activities on nature and the environment. Enjoy also his “Fish Farms: Intensive Mass Fish Farming in Greece” and “Aerial Views of The Carrara Marble Mines” series. Bernhard ... Read more

New York City From Above: Aerial Photography by Evan Meyer

Evan Meyer is a talented self-taught photographer and adventurer currently based in New York City. Evan shoots a lot of urban, rooftop, lifestyle, travel and aerial photography. He uses Sony A7Rii, Sony A6000 and DJI Mavic Pro. More info: instagram

Iceland From Above: Aerial Photography by Kevin Krautgartner

Kevin Krautgartner (previously featured) is a talented photographer and digital artist currently based in Wuppertal, Germany. He graduated from University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund with a degree in photography and graphic design. Kevin focuses on architecture, he also shoots amazing landscapes and urban photography. Krautgartner recently visited Iceland and captures stunning aerial images. “The beautiful landscapes of Iceland has always been fascinating me”, he explaines. “The best way to capture all those different kinds of nature is from above…” More info: instagram / facebook / website

Aerial Views of The Carrara Marble Mines by Bernhard Lang

Bernhard Lang is a talented photographer and fine artist from Germany who focuses on aerial views of industrial and vacation destinations. Bernhard recently visited Italy and captured stunning aerial views of the Carrara Marble mines, for his latest project titled “Carrara Marble”. Enjoy also his Fish Farms series. Above the city of Carrara in the Apuan Alps in Italy there are the Carrara Marble mines where the creamy white stone is extracted. The exceptional quality of this white marble is know since roman times, when the roman empire already used it for the construction of their most prestigious monuments and ... Read more

Contours: The Arid West Coast of South Africa From Above by Dillon Marsh

Dillon Marsh is a multi-talented photographer and artist from Cape Town, South Africa. For his latest series “Contours”, Dillon captured fascinating aerial photos of the arid west coast of South Africa. Enjoy also his Wayside project. More info: facebook / website

Los Angeles From Above: Vibrant Aerial Shots by ArtbyArtLA

ArtbyArtLA is a talented photographer, artist, retoucher and drone pilot currently based in Los Angeles, California. Art focuses on aerial photography, he shoots a lot of commercial and residential real estate photography. He is inspired by the work of Ansel Adams. As Ansel Adams said ““To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.” I hope you enjoy the journey through his eyes. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Fish Farms: Intensive Mass Fish Farming in Greece by Bernhard Lang

Bernhard Lang is an professional aerial photographer based in Munich, Germany. For his latest series “Fish Farms”, Bernard captured stunning aerial shots of fish farming on the sea in Greece. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Pilot’s Cockpit Photos Show Thunderstorm’s Drama at 37,000 Feet Over the Pacific Ocean

Santiago Borja a.k.a. aka The Storm Pilot is a Ecuador Airlines pilot who takes photos that would make Zeus proud. Taken from a Boeing 767-300ER cockpit at the precise moment of a lightning flash, the image captures a powerful thunderstorm forming above the Pacific Ocean just south of Panama. The Quito, Ecuador-based pilot sent this photograph to National Geographic in July 2016, and it was featured on the website’s “Daily Dozen” of the best photographs from around the world. I like this photo so much because you can feel the amazing size of the storm and its power. More info: ... Read more