Aerial photographs always throw up fascinating perspectives, whether it’s shooting wild landscapes, action or even portraits.
But until recently, aerial photography was the preserve of the rich or the exceptionally jammy – essentially those with access to a light aircraft, or better still, a helicopter.
“Until recently, aerial photography was the preserve of the rich or the exceptionally jammy…”
All that’s changed with the invention of drones however and these days anyone with a few hundred pounds can see the world from the air. One photographer who’s making excellent use of this new technology is Polish snapper Jakub Polomski, the man behind these incredible shots of Iceland.
He’s shooting as much has he can now because – as he explains – he may not be able to forever…