Most popular Aerial photography books
The most popular Aerial photography books currently available. Updated weekly.
A stunning dual aerial portrait of the cities of Los Angeles and New York, in an intriguing case of compare and contrast from a bird's eye point of view.
Whether it's the world's largest beaver dam - so remote it was only discovered through satellite imagery - or newly formed islands born from volcanic eruptions, discover a new perspective on our ever-changing planet.
This fascinating view of lunar imagery explores visual representations of the moon from the dawn of photography to the present
J Henry Fair's mesmerisingly beautiful photographs, taken from a bird's-eye perspective, bring our attentions to the tragic effects created by human impact on our planet.
The first photo book by the Nasa astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent a record-breaking Year in Space. During his record-breaking 340 consecutive days on board the ISS, Scott Kelly circled the earth 5,440 times, witnessing 10,944 sunrises and sunsets - that's 16 a day.
A stunning visual tribute to the universal thrill of a vacation getaway
THE OUT OF THE WORLD NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER and WINNER OF THE NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR AT THE BRITISH BOOK AWARDSThe first book by astronaut Tim Peake - a mesmerising collection of over 150 of Tim's stunning photographs that he took on board the International Space Station, many of which have not been seen before.
The Earth has changed... A new edition of this classic book, with 100 new photographs by Yann-Arthus Bertrand.
The ultimate aerial tour of creative drone photography, brimming with remarkable images from around the globe and selected from the world's leading drone photography website.
Internationally acclaimed aerial photographer Yann ArthusBertrand turns his lens on Morocco in this entirely new collection of breathtaking photographs.
The third book in a series showcasing Scotland's National Collection of Aerial Photography. Features some of the most recent high quality photography of the nation, divided into four chapters that capture the essence and uniqueness of Scotland's landscapes: Islands, Highlands, Lowlands and Coastlines.
Accompanying a landmark 3-part BBC1 Scotland documentary series, this lavishly illustrated book uses the view from above as a unique window into our past, present and future. It is a story of war, innovation, adventure, cities, landscapes and people. It is the story of Scotland, from the Sky.
New York City as seen by a master of aerial photography
A softback reprint of the classic text
In this book, Peter Waller has delved through the collection of Aerofilms photographs held by Historic England to explore the country's maritime heritage.
The early railway builders - such as the London & Birmingham - had invested much in creating impressive stations for this new and revolutionary form of transport and, during the 19th century, many of the country's leading architects undertook commissions on behalf of the burgeoning railway industry.
In Tour de France: Climbs from Above with Google Earth, 20 notorious Tour de France Hors Categorie climbs - ascents that are beyond classification - are illustrated using Google Earth's high-definition satellite imagery.
A panoply of amazing aerial photographs of the earth's surface.
Charts the rich and varied history of aerial photography, which has been used for everything from geographic exploration to secret spy missions. Beginning with early images taken from hot-air balloons and fixed platforms, this title then explains how military reconnaissance was instrumental in catalysing innovations in the field.
A perfect introduction to the ancient sites of Greece.
The landscape of Scotland is full of dramatic contrasts. The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland holds the national collection of aerial photography for Scotland with millions of images dating since the 1920s. This work contains images from the collection that illustrate Scotland's past, present and future.
The international bestseller: a visually stunning photographic tour of Earth, from the astronaut who made us fall in love with our planet all over again.
The round-the-world flight of pilot Matevz Lenarcic in 2012 and his flight over the North Pole in 2013 have given rise to the idea of a monograph that would take us into the attractive, colourful and interesting world created by the diversity of the Earth.
Witness the rise of New York City through dozens of historic and contemporary aerial photographs that chart the city's ever-changing skyline.
Filled with fun facts, fascinating histories, and aerial photography, this up-in-the-sky exploration of North America's most spectacular geological formations will delight armchair geologists and window-seat travelers.
On The Edge is the work of environmentalist and photographer, J Henry Fair, who brings our attention to the tragic effects created by the human impact on our planet. Each of Fair's striking aerial images are accompanied by detailed explanations. In this book, he explores the South Carolina coastline.
Raymond Fogarty's spectacular drone photography brings a new and thrilling aerial perspective to one of the world's longest coastal touring routes - Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.
Covers every corner of ever continent, from icy arctic floes to tropical forests, from the deserts of north Africa to the vertiginous peaks of Nepal. This book includes photographs that are accompanied by informative captions that illuminate what we see, and describe the environmental concerns related to each location.
A remarkable photographic record of World War One, its relentless progression and the destruction it wrought, as seen from the skies above Flanders Fields
In this book, the interaction between high-end molecular gastronomy and architecture is explained in an illuminating and entertaining way.
From one of India's greatest photographers - this book offers exquisite images of Rajasthan that go beyond the usual forts and palaces. He captures rare moments and places with a wonderful sensibility