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One Last Time Over Georgia

One photographer's mission to capture Georgia from above before new laws limit the use of drones.

When they first buzzed onto the market in 2013, camera drones transformed the photography world by enabling cheap and (relatively) safe aerial imagery. But as security and privacy fears mounted, new laws began limiting their use. Georgia was one of the last countries with relatively open skies. But on September 1, it too will impose tight restrictions on drones.

After hearing the news, Amos Chapple, one of the early pioneers of drone photography, headed to Georgia with a high-end quadcopter to make one last aerial record of Georgia's mountains, lowlands, and cities before the new rules come into force.

The Mountains

The End Of An Era

The Lowlands
The Cities