The stunning pictures of Hawaii from a Hexacopter Tauheed Ahmad February 2, 2016 Amazing & Incredible, Creative Minds, Nature, Photography, Technology, Travel & Places 5311 The Seattle-based photographer Jon Cornforth using a remote controlled Hexacopter and captures the most stunning locations, while he remains on dry land. The astonishing bird’s eye view give you a feel like you’re gliding in over the island and it is not too far from the truth. The flying camera capture the beautiful images of Wailua Falls at sunrise, the turquoise waters of Kiholo Bay and Puu Pehe, also known as Sweetheart Rock, Maui, Lanai, and Kauai were taken by photographer. He said; the exciting thing about flying a remote-controlled hexacopter is the photographic possibilities that are opened up by being freed of the limitations of being on the ground or shoreline. There’re several remote places that I travel to that where it is either unworkable or impossible to rent an aircraft to shoot aerials views out the window. I am also mostly flying over dangerous terrain or water, so I’ve to be very confident in my equipment and abilities. Everyone who has seen my fly images really recognizes my effort. It is the most intense and focused ten minutes of my life and even very stressful, but I’m glad to have the rewards are worth it when I am creating beautiful images like these. Photographer Jon Cornforth holding up and operating his remote controlled hexacopter which he used to take the snaps of Hawaii A sea turtle is snapped by Jon Cornforth’s remote-controlled flying camera as it leaves the water of Kiholo Bay This image of Kiholo Bay almost looks like it was taken on another planet, but was shot just off the Kohala Coast on Big island An image of the beautiful turquoise waters of Kiholo Bay located on the Kohala Coast on volcanic Big Island An amazing aerial view of Makena Bay and Pu’u Ola’i Beach captured around Christmas time last year in Maui, Hawaii Seattle-based photographer Jon Cornforth was able to capture such imagery as the tortoise-like view of Kiholo Bay located on the Kohala Coast on Big island, Hawaii, thanks to his flying camera Puu Pehe (also known as Sweetheart Rock) located between Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay, in Lanai, Hawaii A rainbow arrows into Wailua Falls at sunrise, all captured using the drone Another view of Sweetheart Rock in Lanai, Hawaii, this time seen from high above the waters and rocks The camera capturing the stunning aerial views of Sweetheart Rock was built by the photographer from parts he purchased online Originally posted 2014-09-06 15:43:38. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesRussian Photographer Uncovers Greenland’s Hidden GemsSpectacular Images of Lava Crashes into the Sea off HawaiiWild Adventure of a Man and his Dog in Breathtaking Nature PhotographsIceland’s Breathtaking Beauty Show off the Most Amazing Scenery in the WorldWhite Sandy Beach of Australia is White Haven on Earth The Spellbinding Photographs of Glow Worms Illuminating the Darkness of Ruakuri CaveAstonishing Photographs of Different Mushrooms Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.