With a PwC global report forecasting the drone industry will be valued at US$127 billion by 2020, it’s safe to say that drones have proved to be more than a fad. In fact, they are the latest “must-have” in the savvy photographer’s tool kit.
Driving rapid innovation in the integrated design process, the rise in using drones for architectural photography has taken real estate marketing to new heights.
Urban drone photography is being increasingly used by architects to reveal intricate patterns and geometric forms that can be seen only from the sky plane, revealing dramatic changes in cities across seasons and even times of day. Continue here