Perspective changes everything, your sight, thoughts, movements. Brothers JP and Mike Andrews proved just that with their new pictures taken by their drone.
While exploring with their drone, they were able to reveal a whole new perspective of the world, and find out how beautiful the world is from above. With this, Abstract Aerial Art was born.
Their aerial photography contains clever compositions that are the result of intense research. To achieve the required results they used Google Earth and other maps that virtually compose images prior their arrival, that way leaving nothing to chance.
In one of their photos, titled Skyline, you will see a cargo boat gliding across open water. The shipping container, aligned with the shadows, paint a beautiful resemble of the city skyline. It took a lot of preparation for this shot, as they had to do a mix of research, timing, light so they could be able to shot the exact photography they were after.
Although, most of the pictures we see on internet nowadays seem to good to be true due to photoshop, each and every single one of them here are true and show a real place on our planet.
“Other than slight color and contrast enhancements, none of our images are manipulated in any other way. We hope this proves that there is still a whole world out there waiting to be discovered,” say the photographers.
When not playing with shadows, the Andrews brothers use their drone to create artful compositions out of ordinary objects. Whether focusing on the symmetry of parked cars or cement blocks used as sea barriers, their eye for pleasing arrangements allows viewers to enjoy the work even when unable to completely determine what “it” actually is.
This has only spurred them to further their creative vision. “The more we find, the more we believe we have only just scratched the surface!”