The PHOTOPIA DroneZone goes into the second round!

Various exhibitors presented the latest drone models at PHOTOPIA, which visitors could test extensively under the guidance of professionals in the FlyZone.  Of course, renowned professionals again demonstrated their flying skills and offered interesting workshops. 

Included were Cinematic FPV, the drone license or highly specialized photogrammetry and videogrammetry. There was also a special education program for kids to get a guided introduction to the subject of drones. Experienced photographers could took up the challenge of getting the colorful LED drones whizzing around on the camera screen in good exposure. Great fun!


Also participating for the first time was the PHOTOPIA Aerial Gallery, selected by the PHOTOPIA jury from the top 10 entries for the PHOTOPIA Aerial Awards finals. The audience decided on site about the three winners, who were crowned live at PHOTOPIA on Sunday with the PHOTOPIA Aerial Imaging Award and Prize.


"For me as a photographer, an exciting perspective is part of a good image composition. The camera technology of drones now lets me discover completely new perspectives and think photos in a new way."

Johannes Berger, Photographer, Content Creator and jury member for the PHOTOPIA Aerial Award

"Drone photography opens up a completely unknown perspective and with it a multitude of possibilities to capture the world in a new way."

Tom Tägtmeier, Photographer, founder of tombaenre and jury member for the PHOTOPIA Aerial Award

Spectacular flight manoeuvres in the flyzone

Anthony and Nils, two experienced pilots who have been exploring exciting spots from the North Sea to the Mediterranean with their FPV drones for many years. Their passion for technology and videography drives them to capture every fascinating moment they get in front of the camera on memory cards. In the FlyZone, the two have been providing exciting flight manoeuvres and breathtaking drone footage on all four days.

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