Drones have definitely allowed photographers and videographers to shoot from an entirely new perspective. What looks so normal from ground level can look entirely new and breathtaking from up there. This photo of the the Glymur Waterfall in Iceland by Krose123 is an excellent example:
The perspective is so unique that some may feel confused and even anxious after having a look at this photo.
If you own a drone and plan to use it for photo or video shoots, it’s essential that you’re familiar with the local laws and that you abide by them. Lack of compliance can lead to the drone being confiscated or the pilot being fined.
“We had to really search for the right path down, took some retracing our steps before we found a viable one, and a map helped us to avoid crossing contours too sharply. Lack of proper signage up there is actually kinda dangerous.”
Wouldn’t you love to go on such an adventurous trip?
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