A couple years ago, I came across the work of Amos Chapple. A post on Imgur showed off his aerial photography. The unique thing about his aerial work was that he started using drones to capture international landmarks early on, when drones started to become widely available. He travelled to areas in Asia and Russia and captured great photos in places that began to ban the use of drones not long after he took his shots. As a result, his photos are some of the only ones showing unique locations from an aerial perspective. He is also a freelance photographer who has made a name for himself taking National Geographic quality portraits and spending time with ancient reindeer herders in Siberia.