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Ballena y Ballenato

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Whales Photo: Tomás Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp

Whale and son

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Whale and son Photo: Tomás Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp

Sea Elephant

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Sea Elephant at Patagonia Argentina Photo: Tomás Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp

Shearing Shed at Patagonia Argentina

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Aerial view of a shearing shed at Patagonia Argentina Photo: Tomás Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp

Swimming with a whale

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Aerial view of an incredible experience Photo: Simón Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp Swimmer: Tomás Thibaud. Story "We were somewhere in Penins...

Ruta 40

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Ruta 65, Valle Encantado, Río Traful.

MontBlanc

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Monte de árboles cubiertos de nieve en el Cerro Bayo, Villa La Angostura, Argentina.

Lago Correntoso

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Lago Correntoso

Ruta Patagónica

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Abriendo Caminos en la Ruta de los 7 Lagos, Patagonia, Argentina

I saw the train under the bridge

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I was lucky, I was doing some photos of the road bridge and when I was preparing to land, I heard the train noise Photo: Tomás Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instag...

Cow walking in the flood

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A cow walking in the flood of Entre Rios, Argentina Photo: Tomás Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp

Dead Ships

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I found two abandon ships at the river coast. It was time to turn on the drone. Photo: Tomás Thibaud – Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp

Sunrise at Cataratas del Iguazu – Iguazu Falls

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Aerial view of the Sunrise at Iguazu Falls Photo: Tomás Thibaud - Drone Films Project All rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com Instagram @Dronefp

Walking on the Bridge

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Más puentes. Más viajes. Más vuelos. Siempre un equipo. Esta foto la hicimos en uno de nuestros viajes a Formosa. Vimos ese puente, los colores del agua, el sol cayendo, las sombras y los reflejos por lo que decidi...

Refugio en la montaña

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Photo: Iván Thibaud – Drone Films Project. Rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com

Bigger than a bank

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Photo: Simón Thibaud – Drone Films Project. Rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com

Swimming in the office

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Photo: Simón Thibaud – Drone Films Project. Rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com

Hiding our nature

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Edificio YPF, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires. Photo: Simón Thibaud – Drone Films Project. Rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com

Love window

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You can see the ¨Woman´s Bridge¨ through the window, my love window. Photo: Simón Thibaud – Drone Films Project. Rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com

Orcas Family

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An Orcas Family swimming at Mar argentino. Punta Ninfas, Patagonia, Argentina. Photo: Tomás Thibaud - Drone Films Project Instagram: @Dronefp Rights reserved: dronefilmsproject@gmail.com

Eric Dupin CEO DronestagramDear members of the Dronestagram community,
Four years ago I created this site as a side project. As an amateur drone pilot since the beginning, I had the idea of building the first social network dedicated to drone photography. Everything was free and we have not earned a single penny from Dronestagram as of today. However, we quickly found that the tim it took to build and maintain Dronestagam turned our passion into a full time job. I don’t regret any of the time or effort that we have put into Dronestagram, and am very happy to have done what I could for the drone community. Every day I let your pictures take me away to exotic places. But, Dronestagram needs to grow and we can’t do it alone.
Now we know that displaying ads to get cash does not fit for a platform like Dronestagram (low revenues, bad user experience), and this is the reason why we call on you: we need your financial support to continue and build a strong business model.
We have two priority projects:
  • Work on a new version of the site (desktop and mobile)
  • Evolve towards a market place that will allow all members to sell their photos directly on the site. EDIT : the market place is live !
The benefit for you? Through the website, you will be able to monetize your work by selling your photos. Dronestagram will do your advertising and take care of everything else.
All of this costs money, and I have decided to address you straight away, inviting you to take part in the journey with a donation.
Of course you are totally free to choose the amount of your donation, but trust me, right now every Euro, franc, dollar, ruble, yen, kroner, baht, and ruppee will help.
But whenever the amount, above all, you will contribute to a unique community that shows the beauty (and wounds) of the world from a bird's eye view.

You can donate via Patreon, it takes a few seconds and you're done ! Become a Patron!

Eric Dupin
CEO
Dronestagram