Between 06 April and 18 April 2018, theprintspace gallery in east London will showcase two new bodies of work by DJI Drone Photography Award winners Tom Hegen and Markel Redondo
Markel Redondo first photographed Spain’s abundance of abandoned housing developments in 2010. Now, eight years later, he has retraced his footsteps
Tom Hegen’s aerial photography explores the impact of human intervention on natural environments. His latest project, photographed on a DJI drone, documents salt production across Europe
Two photographers will realise their drone-shot projects under the mentorship of Guardian photographer Graeme Robertson
Investing in a drone is easy. Mastering the art of using it creatively takes both practise and a sharp artistic vision. Four established drone photographers offer their advice
“The point is not to work out what it is, but to show how weird and wonderful the world can look from above”
In his series, Unequal Scenes, photographer Johnny Miller uses a drone to shed light on the extreme poverty that lives on the doorsteps of some of society’s most privileged
Drones are no longer reserved for tech-savvy gadget buffs. Instead they are revolutionising the way photographers document the world.