These Hawaiian Surf Photographers might have shot the most extraordinary Drone footage ever

By on September 13, 2015 | Spotlight

If you have been a follower of TravHQ, we bet you don’t need an introduction to drones. We had recently curated a list of some jaw dropping travel drone videos, check them out here.

Drones are mostly used in travel & military operations but the availability of latest drone models to through online portals such as Apple Store and Amazon, has astonished everyone globally. Their popularity has gone through the roof in recent times. Drones are available to regular customers now as the essential technology for drone flight has turned inexpensive. Their aerial abilities are already being used for commercial, occupational and aesthetic purposes.

Few photographers use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to capture exceptional moments for either commercial use or personal collection. The video below is truly one in a million! This adventurous photographer duo were able to capture some brilliant shots which show the sporty surfers, the high-rising sea waves and the brutal wipeouts between them. The cinematography of the video is praiseworthy too.

Hawaiian surf photographers, Brent Bielmann & Eric Sterman shot this video in Tahiti. It is the largest island in the Windward Group of French Polynesia. The tides were particularly high when they were shooting, which made it a perfect moment to capture some of the best actions at sea. They flew their drone with a camera attached to it at an angle that could portray Teahupo’o, a village on the island of Tahiti, in the best form.
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Credit: Brent Bielman & Eric Sterman. For more details, visit their website:

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