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Check out these amazing photos taken using aerial drone photography

An Australian photographer has been experimenting with a drone with incredible results.

AN AUSTRALIAN PHOTOGRAPHER is making his mark on a relatively nascent art form: aerial drone photography.

Gabriel Scanu learned how to use a digital camera when he was 12, but picked up drone photography after his father, a cinematographer himself, purchased a drone for work and the two experimented with it together, he said in an interview.

To capture an interesting shot, Scanu said that he likes to look for a “busy scene”, somewhere with diversity in the landscape, like crowds of people or other natural moving elements.

To keep up with Scanu’s work, you can follow his mesmerizing feed on Instagram: @gabscanu, check out his website at or follow his adventures on Snapchat: gabscan.

As for what’s next, Scanu told Business Insider that he is looking to launch a limited collection of prints, starting with an exhibition in Sydney and potentially one in Los Angeles to follow.

For a taste of some of his work, scroll on:

Durdle Door, Dorset, England:


Arundel, West Sussex, England:


Caves Beach, New South Wales, Australia:


Florence, Italy:


Bombo Quarry, New South Wales, Australia:


Zermatt, Swiss Alps, Switzerland:


Sea Cliff Bridge, New South Wales, Australia:


Bronte Rock Pool, New South Wales, Australia:


Bronte Beach, New South Wales, Australia:


Minnamurra Park, New South Wales, Australia:


Balmoral Beach, New South Wales, Australia:


Pacific Coast Highway, California, United States:


La Perouse Beach, New South Wales, Australia:


- By Cadence Bambenek of Business Insider

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