Wired, The Independent and The Telegraph are not bad fans to have, and in the case of photographer Amos Chapple, they’re simply the first in a fast-growing list.
Chapple shoots from a drone, specifically, a ‘quadcopter’. Drones have no human pilot on-board, and instead are controlled by a person on the ground. This type of aerial activity has spurned a whole new genre within photography that allows the photographer to capture sights and happenings in a way that they’ve never been seen before. New Zealand based Amos can certainly claim to be one of the best in his field, travelling to India, Russia and all over Europe with his cameras. The images he has been able to capture are simply breathtaking. Don’t take our word for it, have a scroll: we’ll let the images do the talking. See more of Amos’ work here.