Forget Instagram, check out Dronestagram

By : |July 16, 2016 0

Drone, the flying robot is gaining massive popularity across the world.

Primarily used as a delivery system by Amazon, Drones are very effective for taking photos with a high artistic appeal.

Though Drones with cameras have a massive amount of uses in different industries, such as video production, search and rescue, agriculture and more, it is highly popular for its photography skills.

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Dronestagram, founded by Eric Dupin, is a photo-sharing platform owned and edited by Bloobox.net. The first social network for flying robot photography, can help you find the best shots from drones around the world. Aiming to create a distinction between the military and commercial drone use, Dronestagram, is invigorating the creativity of commercial drone owners by giving them a place to upload the breathtaking aerial photographs.

Recently, Dronestagram has announced the winners of its International Drone Photography Contest 2016, which received participation from 28 countries and 5900 entries. Out of all the pictures sent, National Geographic picked up three best photographs.

We are going to share those beautiful photographs captured by the top three winners from three categories — Nature Wildlife, Sports Adventure, and Travel.

Image courtesy for all the pictures goes to National Geographic

  1. Check this beautiful only if you want to increase your desperation level for holiday. This shot was taken at the Playa de Amadores beach in Spain by Karolis Janulis.

CIOL 9 outstanding drone photographs


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