Meet the photographer who takes stunning aerial drone portraits


AA fan of aerial photography has created stunning images from around the world.

Dimitar Karanikolov’s work features so-called “drone portraits” that capture figures in the center of the frame.

The Sofia-based architect says he has traveled the world on specialized photo expeditions in recent years, trying to use his drone to “capture authentic environments, portraits and unusual perspectives”.

Dimitar, 46, explains: “I love symmetry and placing the motif in the middle. It has a cinema feel – it looks like a movie poster.

“I like to shoot ‘drone portraits’ – a tiny figure placed somewhere in a vast landscape could give you a sense of scale and would make a photo much more exciting.”

Dimitar uses a range of drones including the DJI Phantom 4 and the DJI Mavic Pro.

Hierve el Agua, a natural rock formation in Oaxaca, Mexico

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)

Morenite Stone River in Vitosha Nature Park, Bulgaria is one of the few known stone rivers in the world

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)

The Komodo Islands, Indonesia has one of the seven pink beaches in the world. A microorganism called Foraminifera leaves red pigments on coral reefs

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)

A pool in an abandoned seaside resort on Crete, Greece

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)

Big Daddy Dune in Sossusvlei National Park, Namibia is among the tallest in the world

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)

A hotel pool in Kizimkazi, Zanzibar

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)

Volcanic rocks on Faraclo beach

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)

A salt lake in Lemnos, Greece

(Dimitar Karanikolov/SWNS)


https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/photography/photography-drone-portraits-dimitar-karanikolov-b2067752.html Meet the photographer who takes stunning aerial drone portraits


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