Meet Dronestagram, the Instagram of Drone Photography

Meet Dronestagram, the Instagram of Drone Photography
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With more than 30,000 users, Dronestagram is capitalizing on the growing popularity of aerial photography

Leigh Ann Renzulli
  • 22 july 2015

Drones may be controversial when it comes to military action, but it would be hard to argue that they aren’t revolutionizing photography in a beautiful way. To this end, Dronestagram partnered with National Geographic, GoPro, Adobe and other notable companies to hold the 2015 Drone Aerial Photography Contest. The results are pretty amazing.

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