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See the world like never before with these stunning aerial photos

See the world like never before with these stunning aerial photos
Český Krumlov, Czech Republic
AirPano LLC

With the right angle, popular landmarks can look like a whole new world. For AirPano, that angle is the bird's eye view. This not-for-profit organization captures high-quality photos to create virtual tours.

Their photos are stunning! After you take a look at them, read about a few gadgets that will help you take your own breathtaking shots.

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Cannes, France

I'd love to dip my toes in that crystal blue water!

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Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong's population is over 7 million!

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Peterhof, Russia

Peter the Great designed the Peterhof Palace in the early 1700s.

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Chicago, Illinois

The Chicago River is 156 miles long.

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Naarden, Netherlands

The city of Naarden is a star fort; it was built this way to protect the city during battles.

Taking your own photos

You can take your own aerial photos with the RC Quadcopter Drone. It has an HD Camera built into it and you can use your iPhone or Android phone as a viewfinder. It's great for beginners and it weighs less than four ounces. For inspiration, watch this video of a couple's international honeymoon captured on a drone. Plus, it's on sale! It's regularly $119.99 but you can save $30 right now.

You can use the iStabilizer Monopod as a less expensive way to achieve the aerial effect. If you take photos from a high place, hold this quality selfie stick up to the air and it will capture you and the background below. It extends up to three feet and it comes with a wrist strap for support. Here are some ideas for making your selfies stand out! This gadget is only $40 in the Komando Shop.

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