Aerial photography was born with the emergence of technological tools. Drones, helicopters, aircraft, and so on, represent all kinds of ways that have helped artists fly into the skies to radically change our point of view.
They thus capture aerial views of Paris
and many major cities across the globe, idyllic and sunlit scenes, urban
and mountainlandscapes… from a whole new perspective.
While photographers have a wild imagination and creativity, with aerial coverage, they can present a whole new world to spectators. The day-to-day setting changes entirely.
Buildings seen from the clouds, forests captured by their pointed canopy, showing glimpses of the sunlit green of the foliage, waves stretching across the sea… There are so many amazing images that humanity does not have the physical ability to perceive.
With this photography, as seen from helicopters, photographers offer pure novelty, such a new and surprising view of our world.
YellowKorner’s talented photographers enjoy gaining altitude and photographing landscapes from this new angle. This is the case of artists Daniel Metz , Laurent Dequick, or Marina Vernicos.
Mathieu Ricard , in his shots, offers much more than an original view, he presents an invitation to travel. In an interior, his photographs provide a dive into the clouds, discovering mountains
, which appear only as the whims of mists allow – a suspended flight, following winding waterways.
Richard Hirst ’s aerial shots appear more frozen. He presents a snapshot of the world as seen from above, with his images of crowded summer beaches
While some appreciate the immensity of the sea
, Serge Ramelli is more specialised in urban
views and, more specifically, by night. He presents photographs from Paris to Los Angeles, in which the architecture
is showcased, along with the bright lights of ‘civilisation’.
Discover the wonders of our world, seen from above, thanks to this numbered limited edition collection by YellowKorner.