Maryhill Stonhenge, Washington State, USA – with the help of Dan, Natalia and Reagan
Viewing Plattform near Mt. Fuji, Japan
Lazy in the Grass, Berlin, Germany
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Excavator in Görlitz, Germany
The Tree’s Heart Beat – Drone Light Painting
One of my last years travels also brought me to Lisbon and the coast of Protugal. Right next to the property of that friend i found this wonderful tree. Attaching a little light to my drone and flying next to the tree gave me this wonderluf picture.So the tree has been only lit by the LED light on the drone. The exposure time here is 31sec. at ISO 50 using my Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.
Funny side note: the owner of the next property thought this is a police drone and tried to shoot it down with a air rifle. He didnt get it so iam still flying.
So glad i was my Canon was actually in Bulb mode running and i got the shot of me crashing my DJI MavicPro drone into the tree. Attached was a smell Lumecube. It crashed into it and fell down from branch to branch to the ground. Apart from the damage to the drone i really really love the picture.
Just after that photograph was taken, my DJI MavicPro drone was crashing into the rocks. Attached was a smell Lumecube. White Pocket, Arizona, USA
Here you’ll find some Light Painting examples taken by a Drone or the Drone has been the sorce of light. First part is the drone taking the picture and the light painting is done on the ground.
I started off with a DJI Phantom3. Today i call a Mavic Pro and a Mavic Pro2 my own. I use the Mavic Pro only a s light source bacause it has crashed a few times and i cant really relay on it anymore as well as the superior Image Quality of the Mavic Pro2.