Instagram is full of drone photos and video, so it can be overwhelming trying to find the best accounts to follow. Here are 10 Instagram accounts for awesome drone photos (and some drone videos). Prepare to be amazed!
Ringer’s the co-founder of Portland-based Skyward, a commercial drone operations management software company that’s now a part of Verizon, and posts stunning drone photos of the Pacific Northwest. 🌲
A professional cinematographer with years of production experience, Pratt shares photos of his adventures and work.
Murphy never disappoints with her drone shots of the Bay Area (where she’s based) and her travels. If you like your aerial shots with stellar composition and pops of color, check out her feed. (Editor’s note: She also blogs for Drone360. Check out her work.)
He likes his drones, Canon, and iPhone. And you’re sure to like his drone shots, which often feature symmetry and the beauty of his country ― Switzerland ― and neighboring locales.
Iliya is a Maui-based underwater and aerial photographer and filmmaker. He’s always good for a jaw-dropping aerial shot, which often feature whales, people, and water (hello, Hawaii).
Lusano might just be the queen of dronies, but she also takes a wide array of fanciful, well-composed aerial landscape shots. She’s always traveling, flying her drone (its name is Furby), and gathering epic drone photos and videos. Warning: her content causes extreme wanderlust.
Mostoller’s a photojournalist, so he serves you drone photos with a side of news (consider this a win-win). Oh, and he was TIME‘s 2015 Instagram photographer to follow for Pennsylvania (where he lives).
She’s an international drone pilot and aerial photographer currently residing Sweden. And her drone photos of winding roads, icy forests, and azure waters are pretty stellar, to say the least.
Prelato delivers a fantastic mix of urban and nature drone shots. As an added bonus, he also has a few shots of dogs romping around — you’re welcome.
Pretty much all of the drone photos from Airloft will make you question why you don’t live near a beach. And if you do live near a beach, well, they’ll probably be enough for you to pack up your beach tote and head out for some sun, surf, and sand.
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