(Photo by Matt Sattell of Philly by Air)
According to Philly By Air, a Conshohocken-based drone photography and video shop, there are some really pretty golf courses in the Philly area (who knew?) and it has the evidence to back that up.
Using a DJI Phantom 4 quadcopter, photographer Matt Satell took some breathtaking aerial shots of what they regard to be the top 50 golf courses in Philly.
“To determine our ranking, we considered course aesthetics, design and prestige,” Satell wrote in a blog post.
Beautiful day to#golf at Philadelphia Country Club. #phillybyair #aerialphotography #dronesdaily #dronestagram #philly #mainline #golfer #drones #godroning #droningdaily #djiglobal #phantom4 #hdr #hdr_captures #phillyburbs #countryclub #golfcourse #golfing #visitphilly #discoverphl #howphillyseesphilly
The project took nearly two months to complete, said Satell, who started the company himself in 2014 and currently subcontracts two other pilots.
Spoiler alert: the first place recipient is Delco’s Merion Golf Club.
After his hot take on Cory Popp’s “insufferably lovely” videos of Philadelphia, wonder if Max Marin will have some things to say about this one?
Check out the full round up at Philly By Air’s blog.-30-
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