Il n'y a pas si longtemps, on trouvait encore des mecs qui nous proposaient de survoler notre village en hélico et de nous vendre des photos "vues du ciel" de notre bourgade. Bon, c'était marrant de repérer notre toit dans ces clichés, mais globalement, ce n'était pas génial. Désormais, avec la démocratisation des drones, les photos les plus dingues sont envisageables. la preuve avec ce concours lancé par le site Dronestagram qui a mobilisé des passionnés du monde entier.

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    Regram @insideportugal ???? We are in love with Portugal’s stunning coast! Great #drone picture by @gustavomsas •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #paradisebeach #beachlife? #awesomeearth #agameoftones #mg5k #djiglobal #earthofficial #discoverearth #fromwhereidrone #visualsofearth #ourplanetdaily #beautifuldestinations #dronenature #dronestagram #wildernessculture #droneglobe #topdronephotos #topportugalphoto #portugalemclicks #olho_portugues #igersportugal #fatalframes10k #amar_portugal #portugalagramas #portugalalive #fugasdoviajante #ishootportugal #wonderlust_portugal #insideportugal

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    Above the mist, Maringá, Paraná, Brazil by Ricardo Matiello. ''One day I saw a picture taken from an airplane, showing the center of a city surrounded by a heavy fog exposing only the tops of buildings. Since that day, I had the desire to take a picture like that; but only of my town. One morning, a dense fog formed, very rare here, because I live in a fairly leveled area where it is sunny and hot almost all year round. That day, I had a job to do with the drone and therefore the equipment was already in my car. I drove my daughter to school and on my way to work I decided to try to take the picture. I had no idea how was up there, because the only thing I could see were clouds hiding the buildings. I did not know if there would be sun, or if the weather was completely cloudy as the day before. I chose the area of Maringa Cathedral, a symbol of the city, and because this monument was inspired by the creation of spaceships called Sputniks. I flew the drone few meters up, making it disappear in the fog, and soon after, flew it back down because I could not fly it without visual contact. By accessing the camera’s memory, I was amazed by the beautiful day above the clouds and to my surprise and delight, I was able to take the exactly picture I was looking for. The result is this….' More great shots at www.dronestagr.am #drones #dronestagram #dronephotography #Dronestagram #DJI #explore # #drone #dronist #dronefly #dronegear #dronie #aerial #DJI #aerialphotography #beautiful

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Et vous, vous allez demander un drone au Père Noël ?

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