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Drone pilots aspiring to become professionals will appreciate this inspiring reel from Kelly's Heroes, one of the top pro aerial filming companies in Belgium.  The video features a beautifully-edited mix of cinematic landscape, action, and "people" shots, mostly shot on the plains and in the cities of this West European country.  From highway chase scenes to beautiful shots of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart and the Atomium spheres in Brussels, you're sure to enjoy this well-narrated piece.  

Bruges: Capital of West Flanders


Feeling Bruges (Aerial) // Атмосфера фламандского Брюгге, съемка с дрона


Top contributor vitaliy.karpovich garnered another DVOW Finalist spot in July, 2020 with this stunning drone tour of Bruges, Belgium.  The capital of West Flanders, Bruges is connected to the North Sea via canal.  Founded in 1128, it went on to become one of the world's most important cities, serving  as the hub through which the northern Hanseatic League towns traded with the ports of Southern Europe.  Eventually losing its position to Antwerp, its fortunes revived in the 1800's as one of the world's first tourist destinations.

Ghent: Flanders Capital City


Ghent in Motion / Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker edit.


Check out this magnificent drone video of Ghent, Belgium by AirVuz contributor in*motion.  Located on the Scheldt River in the (northern) Flanders region, Ghent rose to prominence during the High Middle Ages as one of the 2-3 most important commercial centers in Europe, and the largest city north of Paris.  The video features outstanding aerial footage of the most well-known spots in this cultural treasure, including the Saint Bavo Cathedral, the Saint-Nicholas Church, the Belfry, the Gravensteen Castle, and the old Graslei harbour. 

DVOW Finalist from Belgium



Kelly's He...

Belgian contributor and pilot Kelly's Heroes created an instant drone video classic with this amazing film, which was created to help promote the Comic Arts Museum and Hotel in Ghent, the great medieval city in the country's Flanders region. It tells a human story, set against a beautiful backdrop of the Benelux landscape of plains intermixed with hills.  The video combines both elements beautifully, and it was nominated for the Drone Video of the Week Award in one of the contest's first weeks.  

DVA Finalist from Belgium



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Created by the Belgian contributor Kelly's Heroes, "Drift" is a short that tells the story of a young boy named Oscar and his imaginary friend.  The film uses a drone photography technique that the creator calls Anamorphic retrozooms, which can only be understood by watching the film.  Suffice to say it's an extremely creative use of the power of the modern drone to make incredible content.  This video was chosen as a finalist for the first annual AirVuz Drone Video Awards in the Originality category.  

Brussels: Belgium's Capital City




This video will provide you with a drone's eye view of the city of Brussels, capital of Belgium and the second largest metropolitan area of the Benelux countries of Western Europe after Amsterdam.  Since World War II, Brussels has played an outsized role in European politics as the de facto capital of the European Union.  The video will show you the mix of old and new that is so characteristic of Brussels, including footage of the landmark Atomium building, a museum structure built in the late 1950's.

Dinant: City on the Meuse River


Dinant, Belgium: DJI Mavic Pro


Contributor andn pilot Mrgilchen created this aerial tour of Dinant, a small town in Belgium which was the site of a famous atrocity in the first weeks of World War I.   When Germany invaded France through Belgium in August, 1914, the fortress at Dinant on the Meuse River represented a formidable obstacle.  Following a hard-fought battle, German troops are alleged to have executed hundreds of civilians here, an act which helped to inflame anti-German public opinion in both Allied and Neutral countries.  

Fort Breedonk


Fort Breendonk

Brent De B...

Contributor and pilot Brent De Bleser created this rather haunting drone video of Fort Breendonk, a Belgian fortress in the north-central part of the country.  The fortification was constructed prior to the outbreak of World War I to protect the port of Antwerp, which was eventually overrun by the German Army as part of its invasion of France.  In World War II, Ft. Breendonk was again captured by invading Germans, and developed a fearsome reputation (by Western European standards) as an SS prison camp.  

Brussels' Atomium Landmark


Atomium: The famous landmark of the World Expo 1958 in Brussels by night


Top contributor and pilot BeemFlights created this amazing drone video of one of the top sights of Brussels, Belgium: the Atomium.  Now a museum, the building was originally built in connection with the World Expo that was held here in 1958.  The landmark is distinguished by its nine stainless steel spheres, each of which is 18 meters (about 60 ft.) in diameter and which represent atoms of the element iron. The Atomium situated on the Heysel Plateau in the northern part of Belgium's largest city.  

Limburg's "Transparent" Church


Reading Between the Lines

Brent De B...

Check out this amazing drone video of a "see through" chapel in Belgium, compliments of top contributor and pilot Brent de Bleser.  The video is entitled "Reading Between the Lines", for reasons which will become obvious when you watch it.  Its appearance depends greatly on the angle at which you are seeing the structure; from most angles it appears to be a "normal" church building.  Built in 2011, the church is in Limbuirg, one of Belgium's Dutch-speaking provinces in the northern part of the country.

Urban Renewal on the Brussels Canal


Brussels | Tour & Taxis | UP-site


Check out this drone video of a rapidly-redeveloping area of Brussels, Belgium, the unofficial capital of the European Union.  It's the area north of the giant Tour & Taxis industrial zone on the west bank of the Brussels Canal.  Access to the canal, which connects the Scheldt River and thence to the North Sea, turned this area into the epicenter of Belgium's rapid industrialization in the late 19th century.  As you'll see in the video by Skyliner, sleek skyscrapers are rapidly replacing the factories and warehouses which once abounded here.  

Antwerp Harbor Tour


Droning the Harbor of Antwerp, Belgium

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Contributor and pilot 11ShotsMedia created this drone video of Antwerp, the great Belgian harbor city.  Surprising to many, the city is actually Belgium's largest city proper, although in terms of metropolitan area Brussels is larger.  Antwerp is located in Flanders (northern Belgium) on the Scheldt River, near the end of its run where it flows into an estuary and thence to the North Sea.  The city's massive seaport is one of the busiest in Europe, second only to Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

Drone Tour of Ghent


Ghent, hidden pearl of Flanders


Ghent is the capital city of Belgium's Flanders region, as the northern part of the country is known. Situated at the confluence of the Scheldt and Leie Rivers, it's Belgium's third-largest city. Ghent was founded in the early Middle Ages, and by 1300 it was the largest city in Europe north of Paris.  Devastated during the 80 Years War in the 16th-17th centuries, it remains an important commercial center. In this DVOW nominated video by in*motion, you'll get an aerial tour of this great cultural and historical treasure.  

Liège Drone Views


Welcom at liège


Liège is an important city in eastern Belgium.  Seen here in this excellent drone video by new AirVuz contributor dronie4000, the city is situated at the confluence of the Meuse River and Ourthe Rivers.  Dating to shortly after the Roman period, the city's strategic location led the area around Liège to become some of the most fought-over land in Europe.  Famously, the seige of the great fortification system here in August, 1914 was the first large-scale battle of World War I.

Drone Views of Bruges


Bruges - Belgium


Contributor c13studio brings us this amazing drone's eye view of the medieval town of Bruges, Belgium.  Situated in the West Flanders province, Bruges became an important town in the cloth trade during the late Middle Ages, at one point arguably the most important commercial city in Western Europe.  Incredibly well preserved, it's a UNESCO World Heritage cultural site.  Sometimes referred to (along with Amsterdam) as the Venice of the north due to its canals, Bruges was the shooting location of the 2008 film In Bruges.



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