Photographer Uses Drone To Take Portraits Of People Stuck In Quarantine (30 Pics) https://ift.tt/2wXjdNd

abril 02, 2020

Adas Vasiliauskas is a Lithuanian photographer who came up with a genius way of keeping himself occupied after all of his photography jobs were cancelled due to the quarantine. Knowing that he cannot come in direct contact with other people, the man came up with a zero-human-contact way of taking people’s portraits – by using a drone.

At first, the man took a few drone pictures of his friends and when he noticed the photos receiving many likes, he decided to turn it into a project. Adas says he started the project to give people a chance to brighten their day during these tough times. “I believe that these funny photos remind everyone that sitting quarantined at home can be fun too,” says the photographer. “And, of course, to remind everybody that you need to keep your social distance during these times.”

We already featured some of Adas’ works before and now he’s back with even more creative drone portraits – check them out below!

More info: tasfotografas.lt | Instagram | Facebook

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Quarantine portrait: I was born during the quarantine (father wasn’t let in)

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“Thanks to Marija for permission to shoot. She wasn’t prepared and rehearsing while I was flying to shoot other portrait in the same building.”

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“First man in project infected with coronavirus”

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