All the technical details from this #Architecture2020 shot.
Agora’s mission is to potentiate the best point of views from all around the world. To do this, it is important for Humanity to share both the photo and the story behind the making of it.
Today learn about the fascinating drone technique ‘inception’ that enable Agora Top 50 photographer Yura Borschev create this mind-boggling Finalist #Architecture2020 shot.
Location: Petrovsky Palace, Moscow, Russia
Camera equipment: Dji Mavic Pro
“Peter’s Palace is located at the gates of Moscow and was erected in the years 1776-1780, serving as a residence for noble people after making the long journey from St Petersburg to Moscow.
I wanted to capture its amazing architectural structure using a technique called “Inception” in which you take photos at increasing heights above the same location and also angle your camera down further each time. This particular photo is constructed from 9 different photos taken from different angles manually merged into one photo.”
Agora photographer @borsch from Russia
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