Drone Photography Winners : 2016 International Drone Photography Awards

by Fred Showker

Vernazza, cinque terre, italy by jcourtial

Contest winners in drone contest As 2016 draws to a close, the social network Dronestagram presents the TOP 20 pictures published on its platform this year.

Guillaume Jarret, head of Dronestagram's community says

Quoting  begins This year again, we were all amazed by the great quality of the submitted pictures Quoting  ends

The Top 20 were selected throughout the year by Dronestagram team and these pictures highlight the beauty of aerial photography in several areas: agriculture, sports, tourism, adventure, wildlife, landscapes, cultural heritage, people.

What makes a good drone photography?

Guillaume Jarret says

Quoting  begins A good drone photo is a picture that you immediately identify as a drone photo: it is taken at a low altitude, near the target of the picture, and you must see on the picture that it is impossible it has been taken with another device than a drone Quoting  ends

Take a deep breath and enjoy these Photos!

The world is more beautiful through a bird's eye view. These are just a few of our favorites.

Drone shot
Summer Camp, Amadores, Gran Canaria, Spain by Karolis Janulis

Drone shotBird attack in French Polynesia
Bird attack in French Polynesia by Actua Drone

Drone shot by Calin Stan
Bogata Forest, Romania by Calin Stan

Drone shot by Ulysses Padilha
Copacabana, Rio de janeiro, Brazil by Ulysses Padilha

Drone shot by Aurobird
Red Chili Farmer, Guntur, India by Aurobird

Drone shot  by jcourtial
Vernazza, cinque terre, italy by jcourtial

GO See the entire collection in the winner's gallery!


Dronestagram is a social network gathering the largest community around drone photography

Each year, Dronestagram organizes the International Drone Photography Contest with the support of National Geographic


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