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San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge

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Golden Gate Bridge

jordanthe

The Golden Gate Bridge connects the City of San Francisco with Marin County to its north, at the opening of San Francisco Bay.  It was conceived during the depths of the Great Depression, and at the time of its completion in 1937, it was the longest and tallest suspension span bridge in the world at 1.3k meters (4.2k ft.).  Contributor Jordanthe used a drone to create a memorable aerial view of this bridge, which since its construction has been one of the most iconic sites in the United States.   

Aerial Tour of the Bay Area

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iDroneU - Experience San Francisco

iDroneU

For a 60 second tour of the proverbial City by the Bay, it's tough to beat this one by iDroneU. With short bursts of epic footage, you will be taken around to see virtually all of the highlights of San Francisco. Watch it for bird's eye views of Lombard Street, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Presidio, the Financial District, the Marina area, and more.  The highlight is probably some amazing overhead shots of Alcatraz, the former prison-island in the middle of San Francisco Bay.  

DVOW Finalist Video of LA

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Cali Trippin

Tommy Choi

Contributor Tommy Choi used a drone to make this highly imaginative aerial video of Los Angeles, America's great Second City.  Using a variety of editing techniques, his video shows us the towering skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles (including the new Wilshire Grand tower, the city's tallest) and the nearby Southern California shoreline from an amazing new perspective.  This video was nominated as a finalist for the AirVuz Drone Video of the Week Contest in June of 2018. 

Exploring Los Angeles

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La La Land // Los Angeles

Marco Hernandez

Los Angeles, often synonymous with California, has always been able to hold our collective imaginations captive.  You'll dream a little dream of America's second largest city when you watch this cinematic reel from filmmaker Marco Hernandez. The quick cuts from scenes of the famed Pacific Ocean, to the towering skyscrapers of the downtown district and the hills of Hollywood, to the many amusements offered by Southern California, perfectly capture the lively vibe of the City of Angels.

DVOW Nominee from LA

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Fly With Me - DTLA Film Festival Entry

Matt Dutcher

For a two minute aerial tour of downtown Los Angeles, it's hard to beat this video by contributor and drone pilot Matt Dutcher.   He combined some phenomenal drone footage with some extremely impressive timelapse and other editing techniques to make this amazing drone video of America's second largest city.  This instant classic was selected by the AirVuz editorial staff as a Drone Video of the Week Nominee in August of 2018 and also a Drone Video of the Month Staff Pick in the same month. 

San Diego to San Francisco

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California Road Trip - San Diego - Joshua Tree - Big Sur

th3venture

Take a ride with top contributor th3venture and his fiance on an epic road trip through the USA's Golden State of California.  The video, which combines drone and ground camera footage, starts in the southernmost city of San Diego.  From there it's on to Joshua Tree National Park in the Mojave Desert, Cambria in San Luis Obispo County, Big Sur, the Monterey Peninsula (incuding the Bixby Bridge, shown in the opening credits of the Big Little Lies TV show), Santa Cruz, and more.

Highlights of Northern California from Above

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California: Take a Look with Me

Thatdroneview

This drone video by contributor Thatdroneview starts off by exploring the Presidio in San Francisco where the Golden Gate Bridge appears to float above dense Northern California fog. Shot with a DJI Phantom 4 Pro, the video then moves on to other classic Northern California spots like the San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts and the Bixby Bridge on the famed Big Sur coastline.  Prepare to be amazed by the bird's eye views of some of the most iconic sights in America.  

Up and Down the Golden State

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"Westbound"

Deniz
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Head west with contributor Deniz to the golden state of California in this beautifully cinematic drone video from a trip to America's Golden State.  He traveled through its northern and southern regions to capture aerial footage of all its great features.  From the prickly cactus-filled deserts, to the famous pier of Santa Monica, to the winding roads of San Francisco, and to the waves of the Pacific, he really captured the true essence of California in this Drone Video of the Week nominee.

Big Sur Trip Video

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Pacific Coast Highway's Gem: Big Sur

project jayden

Contributor project jayden skillfully combined drone and ground camera footage to create this amazing travel video from California's fabled Big Sur, a stretch of Pacific coastline that extends from Carmal to Morrow Bay.  This roughly 150 km (around 90 mi) stretch is home to some of the most spectacular natural scenery in North America.  The video features footage from the following locations: Morro Bay, LimeKiln State Park, Montana De Oro, the Bixby Bridge, and the Hearst Castle.

Drone Tour of San Francisco

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Aerial Visuals of San Francisco: DJI Mavic Pro

AttilioRuffoPhotography

A great deal of care went into this 4k cinematic drone reel of San Francisco from contributor AttilioRuffoPhotography. He cautiously flew a DJI Mavic Pro drone over the northern California city, capturing its skyline (including the new Salesforce Tower), the famed Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Coit Tower atop Telegraph Hill, Dolores Park, and more.  If you love the City by the Bay, these bird's eye views will delight you! 

Drone Tour of Northern California

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The Best Of Northern California

travispacheco

Check out this stunning aerial collage of Northern California, compliments of contributor travispacheco.  The video opens with a spectacular shot of the reconstructed eastern section of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, completed in 2013 at a cost of over $6 billion.  Then it transitions to some wonderful footage of the state's rocky Pacific coastline and the famed Pebble Beach golf course.  Then it's on to the Napa Valley wine country and the Sacramento River estuary, ending in the High Sierra's.  

Monterey

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Big Little Drone in Monterey, California

caldroneflyer

The quaint seaside town of Monterey, California is one of America's most beautiful spots.  Situated on a prominent peninsula about 120 miles south of San Francisco, it was immortalized in John Steinbeck's classic 1940's novel Cannery Row.  Fast-forward several decades, and Monterey hit it big again as the location for HBO's popular TV series Big Little Lies.  In this drone video by caldroneflyer, you'll get a bird's eye view of the town, including the "real" Cannery Row, the Aquarium, and Lover's Point Park. 

Santa Rosa Fire Devastation

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Devastation in California: Santa Rosa's Fires

Douglas Thron

One of the ironies of the beauty of the great USA state of California is how fragile it all is.  Earthquakes, mudslides, and forest fires regularly visit devastation on the Golden State.  In this video, Douglas Thron used a drone to show the devastation of local homes in the Santa Rosa area, north of San Francisco, from a wildfire which raged out of control for days during the month of October, 2017.  This production was shared by many media outlets across the country. 

The LA Lifestyle

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Los Angeles

lucaspinhel

Contributor Lucas Pinhel is an Instagram phenomenon, with over 200k followers who love his creative videos combining drones,  ground camera, and people.  In this piece, he travels to Los Angeles, California to make one of his signature videos, one that highlights many aspects of living that LA lifestyle. Whether it's playing basketball with buddies, rollerskating on the sidewalks of Venice Beach, or grabbing a bite from In-N-Out, this drone footage is all about the City of Angels.

La Jolla: The Jewel

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La Jolla Beach San Diego

Skyguy
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La Jolla means "The Jewel" in Spanish.  And that it is.  Situated just a few km/miles north of downtown San Diego on the Pacific Coast, La Jolla has one of the finest beaches in California.  It has always been extremely popular with popular with surfers, snorkelers, kayakers, and hang gliders who launch from La Jolla's famed cliffs overlooking the beach.  Now drone pilots are discovering this magical spot on the Pacific, as you'll see from this amazing aerial video from contributor Skyguy.

Lake Tahoe by Drone

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Lake Tahoe Drone Footage

Brad Scott Visuals

Brad Scott Visuals created this stunning aerial of Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, on the border between California and Nevada.  With a surface area of just under 490 square km (around 190 square mi.), it's the largest Alpine lake in North America and the sixth largest by water volume, and it's #2 for maximum depth at 500m (1.6k ft.).  Famously, the lake was used to film a scene at the end of The Godfather: Part II (1974), and nearby Squaw Valley hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics.

Drone Tour of the Bay Area

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Bay Area By Air

sfdrones

Contributor SFDrones put together this epic aerial video of the San Francisco Bay area.  While it's got amazing bird's eye views of the iconic San Francisco skyline, much of the video is shot outside of "the City" as its known to the locals.  It has some amazing aerial shots of the South Bay, including the area around the Dumbarton Bridge (the southernmost of the three bridges which cross the bay, Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara (home of the 49ers football team), and much more.  

Around LA with a Drone

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La La Land - Los Angeles by 4K drone

evanthomas1

Take an aerial tour of sunny Los Angeles in this beautiful compilation of drone footage of the great Southern California metropolis. From the Pacific Coast to the iconic Hollywood sign in the hills above the city, from the Venice Skate Park to the wealth and fame of Bevery Hills, evanthomas1 takes us around all the sights and sounds of modern Los Angeles.  With its upbeat and energetic feel, this drone video brings a new romantic feeling to the second largest city of the United States.  

LA's Silicon Beach

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Silicon Beach Surfers - Malibu, CA

sky.shots

Although surfing didn't originate in California, it was in the Golden State where an obscure activity which originated in the South Pacific migrated (by way of Hawaii) and became transformed into a mainstream activity seen throughout the world.  The cauldron where this occurred was in the string of beach communities west of Los Angeles from Huntington Beach to Malibu.  Contributor Sky.shots brings us this drone video of surfing in this legendary area, now referred to as Silicon Beach. 

Pebble Beach Mansion Promo

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Drone Video of $32MM Estate on Pebble Beach

Douglas Thron

Without doubt, the most flattering view of a $32 million mansion on California's Pacific coast is an aerial one.  Contributor Douglas Thron put together this epic drone video of an extremely high end residential property located on Pebble Beach golf course in northern California.  It's on the southwest-facing side of the Monterey Peninsula, opposite the city of Moneterey.  The bird's eye views of this gem, tucked in close to one of the world's most famous golf courses, is simply spectacular. 

The Blythe Intaglios: California's Ancient Ruins?

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Ancient Native American Intaglios in Blythe California

JordanB22

If you thought that ancient ruins would be perhaps the one phenemenon that couldn't be found in California, guess again.  Exhibit A is this fascinating drone video by JordanB22 of the Blythe Intaglios, a series of ground inscriptions by pre-Columbian people.  Situated near the eponymously named town in the Colorado Desert east of Los Angeles, the figures are hard to discern other than from an aerial view.  Radiocarbon dating suggests they could date to as long ago as 1000 BC.  

Stanford University, Palo Alto

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Stanford University Campus, Palo Alto, California

caldroneflyer

Caldroneflyer brings us an aerial look at one of the world's most famous universities.  Stanford University is in Palo Alto, California, about 45 minutes south of San Francisco.  It was founded in 1891 by railroad magnate Leland Stanford.  While considerably younger than most of its  East Coast competitors, it is nonetheless considered one of the top half-dozen research universities in the world.  Watch the video to get bird's views of Hoover Tower, the Quad, and other sights on its 8k acre campus.

California's Redwood Forests

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Ascension in California's Redwood Forest

Trey Player

Contributor Trey Player used a drone to serve up this epic bird's eye view of California's Redwood Forest, just north of San Francisco.  Redwood trees, which are unique to northern California, are part of the sequoia family.  They are not only the world's tallest trees but also the oldest living organisms on earth.  The Redwood Forest has been the scene of some feature movie filmings, notably the speeder bike chase scene in the Star Wars episode Return of the Jedi (1983).  

The University of California - Berkeley

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University of California - Berkeley

caldroneflyer

By most accounts, the University of California at Berkeley is the USA's most prestigious public university.  In fact, the UofC's flagship on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay is generally ranked amongst the top half-dozen research universities in the world, on a par with its cross-bay rival Stanford.  Its campus in the hills north of Oakland is easily distinguished by Sather Tower, the world's third-highest clock tower.  In this video, caldroneflyer gives us an aerial perspective on the Cal Berkeley campus.   

Mojave Desert: Trona Pinnacles

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Mars

panvelvet

Panvelvet is one of the more creative artists we have on AirVuz.com, frequently capturing captivating images, then using that powerful imagery to tell an entertaining narrative. This Drone Video of the Week is no exception. It was shot in a number of spots in throughout Southern California, but the focus of the video is the Trona Pinnacles, an other-worldly looking set of rock formations that are part of the California Desert National Conservation Area in the Mojave Desert.

California's Mojave Desert

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Death Valley: The Beauty of the Desert

EUCORP88

Death Valley is located in the Mojave desert of southeastern California.  It's a land of extremes - the lowest point in the USA, and home of some of the hottest temperatures ever recorded.  In the 1970's, the other-worldly look of the place caught the attention of a filmmaker named George Lucas.  The result was that Death Valley was used as a filming location for the first Star Wars movie, now called Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.  In this video, EUCORP gives us a bird's eye view of the famous valley.

San Luis Obispo: Carrizo Plain

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Drone Captures Superbloom on California's Carrizo Plain

Drone One Media

While California isn't generally known for pronounced changes of season, that isn't true throughout the entire state.  For example, the Carrizo Plain near San Luis Obispo in central California sees a pronounced transition to spring, a time when when thousands upon thousands of wildflowers come to life.  In the spring of 2017, heavy winter rainfall caused a so-called "superbloom", which was skillfully captured via drone by contributor Drone One Media.

Sierra Nevada's: Donner Pass

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Sierra Snow Fighters on Donner Pass

AerialKelly

California's Donner Pass is the key passageway through the Sierra Nevada Mountains; it was the route for the famous Central Pacific railroad and later for I-80.  It's one of the snowiest places in the USA, with an average of over 10 meters (over 400 inches) of snowfall every year. Without snow removal, much of Northern California would be "snowed in".  In this drone video from AerialKelly, you'll see the snowfighters of the Union Pacific as they battle to clear the rails after a big snow. 

Lighthouse of Big Sur

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Point Sur Lighthouse (Short Version)

jayxlamar

Contributor Jayxlamar created this beautiful drone video of one of the most well recognized lighthouses on the USA's Pacific Coast.  Point Sur Lighthouse is situated near the southern end of the famous Big Sur coastline in Monterey, California, a 2-3 hour drive south of the Bay Area.  Built in 1889, it stands about 80 meters 9around 270 ft.) above sea level on the Point Sur Peninsula.  Point Sur is the only lighthouse of this type in California which is open to the public.  

Marin County: Muir Woods

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Fog over Muir Woods at Sunset

trosencrantz

Muir Woods is one of the great natural treasures of the San Francisco Bay area. It's an area of old growth redwood forests near Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, north of the Golden Gate Bridge.  The main area of the woods was donated to the US government from a private citizen, and later converted to a national monument by President Theodore Roosevelt.  In this video from Trosencrantz, you'll get a bird's eye view of the fog-enshrouded ancient forest.

Pigeon Point Lighthouse

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California's Pigeon Point Lighthouse

stilmotionpicture

Stillmotionpicture created this stunning drone video of one of California's most famous lighthouses.  Pigeon Point Lighthouse is situated on the Pacific coast between Santa Cruz and San Francisco, in San Mateo County.  It was built in 1871.  At 35 meters (around 115 ft.), it's tied for being California's tallest lighthouse.  The location of this lighthouse was particularly important as a navigational aid for ships on coastal routes from the south headed for San Francisco Bay.

Climbing Mt. Whitney

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Mt. Whitney: Conquering a Granite Goliath

Christopher R. Abbey

Christopher Abbey used a drone to record an epic trip to popular Mt. Whitney in California. It's part of the Sierra Nevada chain of mountains which run down a portion of eastern part of the Golden State.  With a peak elevation of 4.5k meters (around 14.4k ft.), Mt. Whitney is the tallest mountain in the chain, in the state of California, and in the continental United States.  The perfectly shaped peak was first scaled in 1873, following a series of failed attempts.  Its eastern face wasn't conquered until 1931.

The Mojave Desert's Giant Rock

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Giant Rock

tglass0000

There are big rocks and then there are BIG rocks.  This one is definitely the latter.  It's called Giant Rock, and there is no false advertising here.  Situated in California's Mojave Desert, it was believed to be the largest freestanding boulder in the world.  The past tense is due to the fact that a large chunk of it broke off in 2000, enough to dethrone its position as the World's Biggest Rock.  Contributor and drone pilot tglass0000 brings us this beautiful aerial view of Giant Rock, which stands seven stories tall.  

Donner Party's Winter Camp

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Donner Lake, California

A2films

A2Films created this beautiful drone video of Donner Lake in Northern California. The lake is situated on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, just a few minutes drive northwest of Lake Tahoe. The lake was the setting for one of the most horrific American pioneer stories: the Donner Party's ill-fated expedition to California.  They reached what is now Donner Pass in late 1846 but were trapped for four months with virtually no food; the half that survived did so by eating the dead.

Alabama Hills, Inyo County

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Alabama Hills Where American Western Movies Were Born

NatureLove

The Alabama Hills are actuallly nowhere near the southern USA state; rather thay are an area of the Owens Valley in southeastern California.  Located in Inyo County, the hills are known for their rugged appearance and unusual rock formations.  The hills were "discovered" by Hollywood in the 1920's; they began to appear as filming locations for Western movies beginning in the 1920's and somewhat later in Western TV shows such as Bonanza.  Check them out in this drone video by hakisair.  

Winter in Lake Tahoe

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Lake Tahoe - Winter 2018 - 2019

LakeTahoeDrone

Host of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Lake Tahoe is a vacation destination for people around the country. The Olympics were located in the Squaw Valley on the California side of the lake, however Lake Tahoe straddles Cali and Nevada. It is known for its beaches, ski resorts, and the multiple state parks that surround the freshwater lake. Aerial cinematographers that know it best, LakeTahoeDrone, shot this bird’s-eye-view, 4K video during the record snowfall season, winter 2018-2019.

Winter in the Eastern Sierra's

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The kingdom of winter

NatureLove

The Sierra Nevada Mountains, which run through eastern California and a portion of western Nevada, are part of a vast chain of mountains that runs down the "spine" of North American and South America.  The Sierra's are about 650 km (around 400 mi.) north to south, and are divided between a western and eastern "slopes".  In this beautiful drone video by contributor hakisair, you'll get a marvelous bird's eye view of the Eastern Sierra's in California, home to some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the USA.  

Surfing in Ventura, California

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Slow Motion Surf Video

myflyingeyes

If you want to see how drones have revolutionized our ability to see surfing up close, check out this video by myflyingeyes.  It was filmed on the beaches of Ventura, a beach community in Southern California.  Lying about midway between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, it's considered one of the prime surfing spots on the USA's West Coast.  The video uses some very skillful slow motion editing and provides a window onto this lifestyle sport which is so closely identified with the California lifestyle.   

University of California - Los Angeles

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University of California - Los Angeles

caldroneflyer

While Los Angeles is too big to be considered a "college town", it would be hard to overstate the importance of its post-secondary institutions.  Among the most prominent of these is the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), which is located in the Westwood neighborhood on LA's West Side.  The school has an enrollment of about 45,000, over half of which is in the university's graduate and professional schools.  In this drone video by caldroneflyer, you'll get a bird's eye view of the UCLA campus.  

Ghost Town in the Owens Valley

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Cerro Gordo Ghost Town

NatureLove

Contributor hakisair combined drone and ground camera footage to create this video of a "ghost town" called Cerro Gordo in Southern California.  It's an old mining town in the Owens Valley, northeast of Los Angeles.  The mines around the town produced silver, lead, and zinc from the mid-1800's before being shut down in the 1950's.  The town, located a short distance from Death Valley, was recently sold to a group of investors for about $1.4 million according to a report from CNBC.  

Catalina Island

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Avalon, Catalina by drone in 4K

Glazed Aerials

Santa Catalina (known as Catalina) is an oddly-shaped island located about 50 km (around 30 mi.) south-southwest of the Port of Los Angeles in the Pacific Ocean.  Mostly uninhabited (preserved) land, its main town is Avalon, on the island's southeastern shore.  In this video from Glazed Aerials, you'll get a bird's eye view of the quaint harbor town.  The most prominent landmark in Avalon, the Catalina Island Yacht Club, was the filming location for a memorable scene in the 1974 classic, Chinatown.  

Over the Monterey Peninsula

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California's Monterey Peninsula

travispacheco

Contributor Travispacheco created this stunning video from the area around the Monterey Peninsula, which lies roughly in the middle of California's Pacific coastline.  Using mostly drone footage, the video features footage of the famed Pebble Beach Golf Course, Spanish Bay, Pacific Grove, and 17 Mile Drive, the road connecting Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove.  The areas shown are considered some of the most beautiful spots in the USA, and have been used to film countless movies and TV shows.

Sacramento: California's Capital

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Stunning Golden Sunset Glint After Thunderstorms in Sacramento

AerialKelly

Contributor AerialKelly managed to get out with a drone after a thunderstorm to aerially film the California state capital of Sacramento.  The city is located about a 90 minute drive northeast of San Francisco.  While it wasn't the original state capital, it has been since 1854, and permanently so via the state constitution since 1879. The city sits at the confluence of the Sacramento and American Rivers, which converge here to form the Sacramento River Delta that empties into San Francisco Bay.   

California Reel

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Kasz Photo Creative- First Reel Attempt

The Drone Angel

Kasz Photo Creative was a 2017 Drone Video Awards nominee in photography. Specializing in aerial photography, she says this was her first attempt at creating a drone demo reel. We're pretty sure it won't be her last!  Featuring aerial views of the changing seasons, a cresting whale, beachside dronies, a wide variety of beach and ocean shots, winter scenes and more. Kasz's bevy of work, largely based out of California, is wide and impressive!

Oakland's Port

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Port of Oakland, California

caldroneflyer

Caldroneflyer used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 to create this aerial view of the port of Oakland, California.  Lying on the east side of San Francisco Bay just west of downtown Oakland, Oakland's seaport long ago overtook the port of San Francisco.  The primary seaport for Northern California, Oakland is the fourth busiest seaport on the USA's West Coast, after Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Seattle-Tacoma (since 2015 a single facility).  It's one of the ten busiest container ports in the country. 

Carr Fire Damage, Shasta and Trinity Counties

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Stronger Than Carr - VFX Breakdown

chrisxgxc

Two-time Drone Video Award winner Chrisxgxc helped to produce this moving video story about the impact of the Carr Fire which raged through Shasta and Trinity Counties of Northern California in late July and August of 2018.  The fire, one of the worst in California history, destroyed over a thousand homes and damaged hundreds more.  It took over a month to bring under control.  The film required superimposing fire and smoke effects on drone footage of the area.  

Cypress Point

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Cypress Point, California

caldroneflyer

Cypress Point is the westernmost spot on California's Monterey Peninsula south of San Francisco.  The northern part of the point is occupied by Cypress Point Golf Club, considered one of the top courses in the US.  The southern part of the point is perhaps best known for appearing in one of the most iconic movies ever filmed in California - Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 masterpiece Vertigo, starring Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak.  You can get a bird's eye view of Cypress Point in this drone video by Caldroneflyer.

Cruising the Pacific Coast Highway

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Pacific Coast highway

Dave Yip

Pacific Coast Highway, also known as California Route 1, is a 659-mile long highway stretchinh north-south along California's Pacific coast.  Notable locations along this roadtrip worthy highway are Big Sur, the Golden Gate Bridge, Malibu, San Luis Obispo, and Mendocino Headlands. Top AirVūz contributor Dave Yip stops at Mugu Rock, which overlooks the ocean, to capture one of the many incredible sights along California's Pacific Coast Highway.

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