Photographer Florian Delalee has been exploring and sharing the great thing about China’s landscapes from the air utilizing a digicam drone. His aerial images characteristic a stunning range in colours and textures seen internationally’s third largest nation.
Delalee first acquired into images on the age of 21 when he was despatched by his employer from France to Shanghai, China. It was then that he determined to purchase a DSLR digicam and discover Asia throughout his free time.
Having now lived in China since 2010, Delalee has spent the previous decade crisscrossing Asia, escaping from his skilled industrial world to stroll off the crushed path for photographic experiences.
“Each time, I attempt to enhance my compositions and performs of sunshine, notably at dawn and sundown,” Delalee tells PetaPixel. “I’m very keen on Nationwide Geographic reportages and their potential to ‘encourage globetrotters to proceed to discover additional,’ instantly echoing my very own images apply.”
Delalee’s aerial work lately is shot with a DJI Mavic Air 2, which he carries along with his digicam and lenses on hikes.
As international locations tightened their borders in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, Delalee discovered himself pressured to discover distant areas of China as a substitute of touring extra broadly overseas.
“With COVID-19 closing borders from many international locations, I’ve no alternative however to remain in China for skilled causes and journey extensively in distant locations in the course of the holidays,” the photographer says.
His journeys have taken him to the Nice Wall, rice terrace fields, lakes, crimson forests, and extra. Places visited up to now embrace Xinjiang, Tibet, Sichuan, Yunnan, Jiangxi, Beijing, Guangxi, Anhui, Gansu, and Inside Mongolia.
You could find extra of Delalee’s work on his web site, Behance, and Instagram. A few of his work can be out there at YellowKorner by way of a community of almost 80 superb artwork galleries around the globe.
Picture credit: Images by Florian Delalee and used with permission