November 27, 2020

40 Breathtaking Examples of Aerial Photography

Aerial photography can be very inspirational since it provides a view of our environment and surroundings from a perspective we are not used to. It was first practiced in the 1800’s by photographers in balloons. Today, with the advancement in equipment and technology, aerial photographers are able to get a wider variety of photos from above. Here are 40 breathtaking aerial photos for your inspiration.

Clicking on the images will take you to where we found them, and will allow you to see a larger version and learn more about the photographers.

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Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

31 Comments

  1. Katherine Reply

    Nice aerials. I don’t see any of Adriel Heisey, Yves-Bertrand, Cameron Davidson or William Garnett’s work. They are the true masters of aerial imagery. Mr. Garnett (R.I.P) was an incredible photographer. Also, look at Marilyn Bridges work.

  2. Amit Reply

    wow that was exquisite!!i m not into aerial photography much..the last pic related to aerial photography was clicked from a tenth floor of a sky scraper 😉 beautiful images..

  3. Marty Reply

    Why isn’t credit given under each photo to the photographer? I know each photo is linked, but that isn’t good enough. They deserve to have their work recognized as their work.
    It’s only fair, you would want the same.

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