Canadian photographer Richard Gottardo — whose beautiful work we’ve featured several times before and who I am going to email passive aggressively to see why he didn’t send this our way the moment he published it — just uploaded some truly spectacular aerial footage of the Spring flood in Alberta. Read more…
Posts Tagged ‘aerialvideo’
Adrenaline junkies who want to capture their stunts on video have thus far been limited to two options. They either had someone else photograph/film them, or strapped an action cam to themselves for some first person point of view shots. Now, thanks to Hexo+, they have a third option: have your autonomous drone film you from above. Read more…
When it comes to spectacular landscape photography, Iceland is one of the foremost destinations. Stunning vistas (not to mention the aurora borealis) seem to greet photographers in every direction and so they take to the skies to capture aerial footage or set up their tripods and dollies and let the intervalometer do its thing.
We ran across both approaches lately, shot by two different but equally talented groups, and instead of sharing each individually we thought we’d let one build on the other. Read more…
MIOPS is a new smartphone-controlled camera trigger that combines all of the features photographers want in a high-speed camera trigger into one convenient device.
Falling just slightly outside of photographically-relevant but square in the middle of awesome, this short video is just plain cool. Shot by the Copter Kids using Sony’s FS700, the super slow motion video they get of their motocross friends flying through the air makes for some of the most entertaining aerial footage we’ve laid eyes on. Enjoy the music, enjoy the footage, and enjoy the guy pouring an entire beer on himself in slow motion… that last part they just did for the heck of it.
This video is actually part of a project called To Catch a Bike Thief — which is trying to raise awareness about and, of course, prevent bike theft. This particular experiment was their way of doing some “aerial surveillance” of the area on a budget, but regardless of whether they achieved that goal, they did get some awesome aerial footage using only some wood, balloons and a fishing line rated at 20lbs. Viewers be advised that there is a little bit of cursing towards the beginning of the video.
Incredibly Easy DIY Aerial Photography [YouTube]