Pretty spectacular, even with the colour enhancements. Air Pano captured famous cities and natural landscapes from above, mainly using drones. Famous cities such as New York, Singapore and Barcelona are shown in a new perspective.The team consists of nine photographers and three tech specialists who have a portfolio of 230 locations.
Dubai never ceases to impress, but this aerial shot of the skyline by Air Pano shows the city in an incredible new light.
Only a photograph from above like this one can demonstrate the vast size of the Angel Falls in Venezuela.
Is there a pot of gold? A rainbow perfectly captured at the Victoria Falls in Zambia.
Iguacu Falls, Argentina is just one of the stunning aerial shots shown off in Air Pano's spectacular collection.
Winter wonderland! A stunning photo of Mount Everest, Earth's highest mountain, located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas.
New perspective! It could confuse at first, but this is actually the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, photographed entirely from above.
Concrete jungle lit up! A magical panoramic shot of Manhattan City Line at night, with the Empire State Building gleaming to the left and the Chrysler building towards the centre.
Air Pano captured the unique moment Volcano Plosky Tolbachik spurted lava in Kamchatka, Russia.
Air Pano perfectly shot Manhattan in New York, with views for miles stretching out in the background.
Looking down, down under! Australia's barrier reef looks like a brilliant shade of turquoise in this capture.
See the Taj Mahal from a new angle! The Indian landmark has been captured many times before, but the team took a new perspective.
One of the spectacular wonders of the world from above. The Ha Long island dotted in the Vietnamese bay.
Flecks of white in the blue ocean, frozen Iceland as you have never seen it before. The team mainly use drones to take their photographs.
Looking like something out of a fairy tale is Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany, captured in the midst of the rolling mountains.
The Pyramids in Egypt made AirPano's 100 Best Places on the Planet list, which the team set out to capture over the years since they started in 2006.
Project coordinator Sergey Semenov revealed that after initially working with spherical panoramas on land, the group decided to take to the skies.
Pictured here is the Singapore Flyer.