These aerial photography photos are surreal

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Over the past ten years or so drone photography has opened up the way we view our world. If you’re a professional photographer, drone operation became just another technique in the toolbox in order to capture moments, landscapes and in particular motion tracking shots. 

Of course, aerial photography has been around for decades, especially since  helicopters became a viable choice to get those photos from above giving the photographer a relatively stable environment from which to shoot. 

Cássio Campos Vasconcellos is a photographer from Brazil who took a deep interest in the pattern we make as humans in the way we organise our movement, the impacts of everyday living, and decisions made on larger scales.

Whether it’s a conscious or subconscious decision, or planned in some way we seem to organise objects small and large in such ways as they form patterns only really seen from above. 

His Collectives project has spanned 5 years using a helicopter and large-format photography to capture these incredible images that were painstakingly stitched together to give a surreal take on human life.

Cássio sought to find moments where objects and people are gathered in close proximity to give the sensation of a naturally occurring phenomenon.

Visit the website of Cássio Campos Vasconcellos for more.

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