Man takes ‘drone selfies’ to illustrate the place in universe

April 28, 2015 - photo frame

This is holding a selfie to whole new heights.

A Canadian male is regulating a worker to emanate a gathering of photos that aim to uncover only how little tellurian beings are.

The videographer wanted to illustrate a judgment that astronauts mostly report after observation a Earth from space—about how they benefit viewpoint on their little place in a universe.

Using a DJI Phantom II drone, he trafficked to several locations in Montreal to constraint a selfies. While fibbing on tip of opposite buildings, he flies a worker high above his conduct until he’s a small pinch in a photo’s frame.

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