How to Frame Aerial Drone Shots
Most of the rules of regular photography still apply to drone photos. For example, using the Rule of Thirds always makes a visually pleasing photo. This is a guideline for composition in which the photographer splits the frame into thirds horizontally and vertically, then places the subject or areas of interest where those lines meet. This concept applies to aerial photos exactly the same as ground photos. When framing a shot, it also helps to look for repeating patterns or shapes, and these can be really cool when shooting from above! It also helps to play with the foreground and background of the shot, placing the subject that you want in the foreground and the context that you want to show in the background. This can be a bit tricky with drones as you cannot get as close to a…
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