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Here are a bunch of gorgeous drone photos of Baltimore

With Baltimore By Air, photographer Matt Satell adds to Charm City's deep bench of quadcopter enthusiasts.

Looking at downtown from Locust Point. (Photo courtesy of Baltimore By Air)

There’s a new way to look at Baltimore from overhead, and it doesn’t require a trip up to the falcon’s nest.
Baltimore By Air, which debuted today, features photos of the city captured by drone, and maps where the photos were taken.

Baltimore by Air

(Photo courtesy of Baltimore By Air)

The site is the work of Matt Satell, who took all of the initial 40-50 photographs on a visit to Baltimore about a month ago. He runs similar websites in Philly, Seattle and Portland. Our sister site Philly has covered him multiple times.
Satell runs a drone photography business, but doesn’t have any immediate commercial aims with the site.
“It’s really more to feature these really cool bird’s eye perspectives of the city,” he said. “I think there’s so many amazing perspectives of the city.”
Baltimore by Air

(Photo courtesy of Baltimore By Air)

Satell said he plans to add more pictures to the site soon.
With Elevated Element, Mobtown Social and the always breathtaking BlueMantleMedia, we know Charm City’s bench of quadcopter enthusiasts is already deep.
See all the photos at Baltimore By Air
Baltimore by Air

(Photo courtesy of Baltimore By Air)

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