As you may have noticed, drone photography is becoming standard today. A few years ago, almost no one had a drone, but today it is owned by almost every second of us. Certainly, many of you are playing with the idea that it is good or even necessary to buy one. Because of perspective; the uniqueness of aerial photos. Especially today, when the capabilities of these drones have reached a very high level. And at an affordable price. All of this seems at first glance to be an ideal toy for photographers. The problem is that this is not quite true. Let's talk a little about reality!
I never paid too much attention to the sharpness of the photos. I always thought that when I use a tripod, my problems are solved. However, this is not true at all. You have to realize that the sharpness of a photo can be very crucial in the final impression! Don't make the same mistake I made in my beginnings and don't underestimate sharpness. Let me share with you my experience of making super sharp photos!
Are you planning a trip to Prague? Great! I have a few tips for you on where to go if you want to see what's going on from the top. There are many views of Prague, but only a few are worth it! Trust me, I've lived here my whole life. Yeah, and I hope you love nature as much as I do. Because as a bonus I will add tips on the best viewpoints in the vicinity of Prague!
In addition to photography and traveling, movies have always been my passion. I especially loved those where nature and travel played a big role. A large number of films with this theme have been made over the years, but few of them are really worth it. And because most of us spend time at home in quarantine, it's time to remember some of these gorgeous movie gems. Are you looking forward to your next vacation? To breathtaking nature? To the beach and the azure sea or to the snow-capped mountains? I promise you will enjoy even more after watching these adventures!
A stunning glacial lake, virgin Czech nature, and Plechý (1378 m) - the highest mountain in the Bohemian Forest. All these places in one 24-hour trip I've made in mid-April. As you know, I sometimes plan crazy trips, but this was the most insane one, and I'll soon explain why. First, I tell you the reason why I originally planned this trip - I wanted to take pictures of the night sky and probably for the last time this year to see snow. Succeeded!