There isn’t quite a scene that can bring chills down a person’s spine. Be it Fourth of July, New Year’s Night or just a random event, a few sparkling blooms accompanied by thunderous explosions can really put a proper end to a marvelous evening. Of course, being among fireworks is a terrible idea, gives all the volatile substances and, well, the fire, but that has not spotted us from wondering what it must be like, several thousand feet up in the air, as the rockets combust and explode into a world of color?
Now we do get to see fireworks from a new perspective, as 'OZZO Photography' takes you up to the sky using a quadcopter (attached with a GoPro) during a recent fireworks show in Iceland. Thanks to the endurance of both gadgets, we literally got to see what it looks like to be right inside the belly of the sparkling beast.
Drones equipped with cameras have been in use for a very long time in the movie industry, but now that they have become widely available, people have been testing their limits every which way. Going down the sinkhole in Lake Berryessa might be an impossible feat for a human, but for a sturdy drone and a good quality camera, nothing in impossible.
Same goes with going the impossible heights and witnessing fireworks firsthand. We get to experience the glorious display and light and color, without suffering a single burn. Thank you!
Music by: Heavyweight - Fireworks. Aerial footage by: OZZO Photography. Camera used: Gopro Hero 3+, Sony A7S.