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A stunning star

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Young stunning ladies performing a human star :-) Photo was made on a small beach at desert island...

The beauty star

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Young stunning ladies performing a human star :-)

Mungo Moonrise

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Mungo National Park, Australia. It's not allowed to walk there not to damage gorgeous formations of this dry lake (only cangaroos are welcome!). So drone was a beautiful solution, flying far away and at minimum altit...

Sleeping Sun (You’ve got your secrets … I’ve only got the Sleeping Sun)

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The view of the Dam on the sunset

Central Victoria – View from Above | Drone Aerial Showreel 2017

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(HD - YouTube) Aerial view above Central Victoria. A selection of drone video clips from various projects throughout 2017. Shot on location in Bendigo, Castlemaine and surrounding areas. Showcasing Central Victoria an...

This Is why i Love Aerial Photography

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This Is why i Love Aerial Photography

Torrisdale Bay and River Borgie

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Torrisdale Bay and River Borgie drone panorama

Prescot Reservoir

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Prescot reservoir

Reservoir Road

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Reservoir Road

hatta fort resort

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hatta fort resort

Yuneec Breeze 4K Quadcopter flight. Evening shot over Howden as the sun sets

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Quick video as the sun set over a little town in East Yorkshire called Howden. In the distance you can see Howden Minster. This was shot using the Yuneec Breeze on 1080 stabilized video.

Howden Minster East Yorkshire

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View from the Air of Howden Minster in East Yorkshire.

Yuneec Breeze 4K Quadcopter Flights. Staithes North Yorkshire

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Shot this video in both Journey and Orbit modes using the Yuneec Breeze quadcopter. This quad is an amazing bit of kit. Still getting to grips with it but I love it. Easy to use out of the box and very portable. One g...

Tarantula X6 Quadcopter flies at Whitby.

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Last Year I found a piece of land with plenty of space and no people on so I flew looking towards the Abbey at Whitby. Came out quite well. Quad is a Tarantula X6 quadcopter with an SJ4000 camera elastic banded to the...

Hubsan X4 H501S Quadcopter flights. North Landing Flamborough Head

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I'd never been to North Landing at Flamborough Head before and decided to take a trip. Wasn't disappointed at all a beautiful place. This was shot during the working week so there was hardly anyone there and a nice su...

Yuneec Breeze 4k Quadcopter flight. Ladybower Upper Derwent Valley in Derbyshire

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Ladybower was built between 1935 and 1943 by the Derwent Valley Water Board to supplement the other two reservoirs in supplying the water needs of the East Midlands. It took a further two years to fill (1945). The dam...

Hubsan X4 H501S Quadcopter flights. The Humber Bridge

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Hubsan H501S flights. The Humber Bridge. Revamp of an earlier video I shot last year.

Yuneec Breeze 4k Quadcopter Flight. Staithes North Yorkshire

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Little trip to Staithes in North Yorkshire. Wikipedia: Staithes is a seaside village in the Scarborough Borough of North Yorkshire, England. Easington and Roxby Becks, two brooks that run into Staithes Beck, form ...

Hubsan X4 H501 flights. 360° Little planets using 360° camera strapped to my drone

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Messing around with my Hubsan and my Roofull 360° camera strapped to the bottom of it. Produces a little planet quadcopter: Hubsan X4 H501

Hubsan X4 H501S flight on a winters night on Bridlington Beach

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Winter in Bridlington. Was out for a day of photography on the coast when I decided to film Brid as it turned into night from the beach. The water was choppy and it was quite cold as well. Here's the result

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