If flowers are your photographic muse, you use a macro lens to create pictures from a bee’s-eye view.
But consider what a bee sees when it flies. Voormedia in the Netherlands did, flying a drone and filming over breath-taking flower fields in bloom that may have you wanting to give your macro the day off.
Shooting is easy in Keukenhof or Noordwijkerhout in the spring where acres and acres of vibrant pinks and purples bloom at once. Watch the short YouTube video below and you’ll make room in your bag for a quadcopter and GoPro camera.
Voormedia is a multimedia company in Amsterdam. The coders, designers and producers of Voormedia are self-described fans of Apple – their offices filled with Apple Cinema displays for their work – and they do a range of services, from web development to online marketing.
However, the company state’s its passion is in video production and if the video flight over flower fields is an indicator, the company does not disappoint.
Millions of flowers – presumably at least a few tulips – become solid ribbons of color when seen from the air. This area of the Netherlands is a popular tourist attraction but except for a few people walking in a field, your eye will only see the never-ending lines of color.
Since posting the video to YouTube during the peak of the season last month, more than 234,000 people have strolled these fields online.