Photographer and director, Joey L recently was invited to talk about his portrait and drone photography in the Syrian conflict zone at Hardwired NYC. In the 21-minute presentation (see video below), he explains the crucial role cheap consumer drones have played in his ability to capture the warzone from the Kurdish perspective. He also talks about what it was like to fly a DJI Inspire drone through, what the locals called, the ‘ISIS Winter’ in Al-Qayyara, Iraq.
Aerial Photography Stories February 21, 2018
Aerial Photography Stories February 12, 2018
Among the recently-completed work are the outdoor sports courts, and we can also see bicycles scattered around the campus to provide a convenient and healthy way for staff to move between exterior locations …
Aerial Photography Stories January 18, 2018
As we head into 2018, Apple is continuing final touches on its new Apple Park headquarters. The latest drone footage from Duncan Sinfield shows the work Apple has completed over recent months, as well as areas where work continues…
Aerial Photography Stories January 3, 2018
Previously aerial photos could only be made from helicopters or airplanes and therefore it was the almost exclusive terrain of professional photographers who could afford to rent these aircrafts for special assignments. However, with the arrival of affordable consumer drones, such as the DJI Mavic Pro and Phantom series, aerial photography has become much more accessible. As a result, mere mortals now deliver some of the most amazing photos, we’ve ever seen.