Shooting from altitude was once limited to professionals with helicopters but since 2010, drones have soared where helicopters cannot go, changing the scope, range and availability of stunning aerial photographs.
Drone photography and video is also emerging as a medium in its own right with, as an example, YouTubers like BlackSheep gaining huge subscribers by posting daredevil videos captured by their drones from interesting and unique places around the world.
The availability of images for branding and showcasing a product or idea through the use of innovative content like drone videos and photography offers unique opportunities for creatives.
Dronestegram, which as a site feels more akin to Pinterest than Instagram was founded in 2013 by Eric Dupin of France.
Not yet an app, although Dupin is working on that, Dronestagram offers a lively forum where users discuss everything from drone gear, to tops and trick for drone photos and video and general discussions about the medium.
The Drum looked at ten of the more interesting drone photos on the site and each one could readily add a unique content element to an ad campaign.