New Zealand Photographer releases stunning drone photography project – 'Air'
A bird's-eye-view of architectural wonders
Amos Chapple, a photographer from New Zealand brings a fresh perspective to some of the most admired architectural wonders of the world. Over the course of 18 months, Chapple captured aerial images of the Taj Mahal, Lotus Temple, Fort Bourtange, as well as select sections of Barcelona and Mumbai's cityscape, via a drone mounted camera.
He has called the series of images, simply – Air. And he was fortunate enough to complete the project before the recent restrictions on urban personal drones where put in place. Chapple had the foresight to know that these views have been exposed so often, from an eye level perspective, his bird's-eye-view revives these stunning sites and breathes new life into them. Enjoy the images from Air in the gallery below.