Best Drone Photography Of 2020

Best drone photography of 2020 | Thanks to the winners of the 2020 Drone Photo Awards for the best drone photography, organized as part of the prestigious Siena Awards Festival, we can see the world in a new way!

Winner, Nature Category: Gray Whale Games

Winner, Nature Category: Gray Whale Games

I was told about a gray whale that has been playing with boats, pushing them gently. And, incredibly, a gray whale appeared, and this picture is the result.

15 best drone photos of 2020

Winner in the Wildlife category: Where the herons live

Winner in the Wildlife category: Where the herons live

Many people think that herons nest in reeds or swamps. In fact, they nest on the tops of huge trees and can sometimes be seen with a drone.

Second place in the category "Nature": Flamingo on Lake Logipe

Second place in the category "Nature": Flamingo on Lake Logipe

The early morning sun illuminates the scene with flamingos gathered on the shores of Lake Logipi, next to an interesting geological formation resembling a fan.

Photo of the Year: Love Heart Of Nature

Photo of the Year: Love Heart Of Nature

The shark is inside the salmon school.

Cross The Field

Cross The Field

The girl, her mother and their herd of cows walking through the pasture return home after a working day.


Life Under COVID-19 Winner: Black Flag

Life Under COVID-19 Winner: Black Flag

Thousands of Israelis maintain social distancing due to Covid-19 restrictions as they protest Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Rabin Square on April 19, 2020.

City Category Winner: Alien Structure on Earth

City Category Winner: Alien Structure on Earth

Sometimes we need to change perspective in order to feel the power of the structure stronger than we ever thought. The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur.

Insulation

Insulation

The busiest highway in Dubai, filmed without cars during quarantine. A moment to remember.

Category "City": Sunrise at the top

Category "City": Sunrise at the top

At 4:30 in the morning, mysteriously shrouded in clouds, this is what the second tallest building in Shanghai looks like.

Winner, People: Frozen Land category

Winner, People: Frozen Land category

At minus 30 ° C, winters in the Eurasian steppes can be harsh. But life does not stop, and the locals move by sleigh from one village to another, crossing icy rivers and lakes.

Lonely road

Lonely road

Driving the loop route 1, in a magical and enchanting landscape, I was ready to accept whatever might be ahead.

Abstract Category Winner: Phoenix Rising

Abstract Category Winner: Phoenix Rising

The rising phoenix is a symbol of rebirth from the ashes of fire. This is symbolized by the beginning of a real regeneration process at the Owens Lake industrial mining site.

Crater Row

Crater Row

A spectacular row of craters in Iceland's vast interior. The intense red color at the edges is caused by slag colored by oxidation of iron minerals in the lava, in contrast to the surrounding basalt. A white four-wheel drive car drives down the road under craters.

Homecoming

Homecoming

A herd of buffalo passes through the lake.

Spring zebra

Spring zebra

This small village in the Czestochowa region is characterized by large rapeseed crops that create beautiful patterns that stretch to the horizon.
 
With the advent of drones, photography has reached new heights. Photographer Adam Wradenburg has some helpful tips on how to make drone photography really special. Above all, good photography requires planning and research. Second, consider flight times: it is best to take full advantage of the limited battery life, since recharging, especially in nature, is also very limited. Thirdly, you need to test the limits of your drone's capabilities, both in height and in range. This will give you a better understanding of the capabilities of your drone. The fourth tip is “don't fly high, fly low,” which basically means that you don't really need to have the highest altitude to get the best photo of anything.  

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