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Drone photography has becoming increasingly popular, and thanks to communities like Dronestagram, drone fliers from around the world are taking and sharing stunning aerial images that wouldn’t have been possible a few years back without an airplane. “Drone photography is a new kind of visual language,” says Dronestagram CEO and founder Eric Dupin. “It’s a new way of seeing the world.”

Dronestagram now has more than 30,000 registered users and the numbers will only continue to grow.

Last year, Dronestagram partnered with National Geographic, GoPro, Adobe and other notable companies to hold the 2015 Drone Aerial Photography Contest. Over 5,000 entries were received. The contest was judged by National Geographic Deputy Director of Photography Ken Geiger, National Geographic France Editor in Chief Jean-Pierre Vrignaud, and Dronestagram CEO Eric Dupin.

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1st Prize Winner – Category Nature: Snorkeling with sharks by Tahitiflyshoot

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