After about two years of doing aerial photography, I have decided that I will share one of my little secrets for finding a location to shoot. A lot of people tell me that my aerials are really cool, but not too many ask how I find these places. It is funny to answer and say I use Google Maps, but honestly that is the truth and it's the one and only thing I really use when looking for something new to photograph with my drone. It all started in the summer of 2016.
At first glance, Katrin Korfmann's enormous images look like abstract paintings, but once the spectators take a closer look, details begin to emerge, serving as a reminder that when viewed from above, all people look the same.
Sometimes, when everything feels all a little too much of the same, all it takes is changing the perspective. You could say that about the work of the talented photographer Dimitar Karanikolov, who takes incredible bird's-eye photographs.
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