OK, so you’ve mastered the basics of drone flight, have taken the obligatory photos of your house and the nearby empty field, and now you’re looking to take your drone photography to new heights. We’ve got you covered! In this article, we’ve compiled eleven tips that will tell you what to look for, how to frame up your subject, and tricks to create one-of-a-kind photos. What are you waiting for? Go ahead and elevate your art!
Shoot the horizon
The horizon is its own dividing line. Find interesting shapes, lines, and contrast there to capture an aerial image that tells a story. In this image, the setting sun provides a backdrop to the gold and green fields.
THE BOTTOM LINE
We hope this advice and these images will inspire you to take your drone photos to new heights. Be sure to enter your favorites into the RotorDrone Pro “Over the Horizon” competition. Every issue, we showcase our favorite reader photo and give away a free one-year subscription or extension to RotorDrone Pro.
Send your shot to RotorDrone@airage.com!