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AerialStock is a concept driven stock photography collection from an elevated perspective by photographer Cameron Davidson.

One photographer. A consistent and unique point of view. Exceptional processing, color grading and customer service.

This is a rights-managed gallery.  Exclusive licenses and buy-outs are available.

Need an image you don't see? Drop us a note and we will search our archives for the perfect photograph.

Need a custom aerial? Cameron has shot around the world for corporate, advertising and magazine clients and is available for commissions. He has a worldwide network of pilots to draw upon. Plus he is a licensed and fully-insured drone pilot.

Many images on the site are available as fine art open-edition prints.

Let's talk. 1-703-845-0547

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AerialStock is a growing collection of aerial stock photographs by Cameron Davidson who has shot around the world from helicopters and drones. Curated galleries of concept-grouped images include photographs representative of the entire collection. Searching for the keywords you find with an image that interests you will provide you with a larger selection of photos from which you can make your selection.

Please contact us if you are unable to find what you need. 

The collection includes aerial view stock photos of landscapes, cityscapes, rural views, abstract patterns in both human-made and natural settings, and glimpses into the suburbs in varying light conditions from dawn to dusk. Locations included so far: New York City, Times Square, Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, Central Park, Midtown, Brooklyn, Washington, DC, London, England, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, The Hamptons, Dallas, Texas, Las Vegas, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wyoming, United States - Mexican Border, Ethiopia, West Virginia, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Florida, Pennsylvania, Yellowstone National Park, and Tennessee. New photographs are added monthly. We are the aerial photography archive for Cameron Davidson. AerialStock photos from an elevated perspective!

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