Yann Arthus-Bertrand Adopte La Technologie DJI Pour Son Film “Woman”

Yann Arthus-Bertrand, The Pioneer of Aerial Photography Adopts DJI Technology In His Film ‘Woman’

« Quand le pionnier de la photographie aérienne, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, adopte la technologie DJI, la magie se produit .», a déclaré Ferdinand Wolf, directeur de création à DJI. « Notre équipe a aidé Yann à réaliser de belles images qui auraient été impossibles avec un hélicoptère. DJI, a-t-il ajouté, est fier d’aider ce grand artiste dans son engagement à long terme à mettre en lumière les réalisations et les défis de l’humanité et à attirer l’attention sur la nécessité de préserver notre planète ainsi que notre environnement naturel. »

“When the pioneer of aerial photography, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, adopts DJI technology, magic happens,” said Ferdinand Wolf, Creative Director at DJI. “Our team helped Yann to capture beautiful shots that would not be possible with a helicopter. DJI is proud to assist this great artist in his long-term commitment to highlight the achievements and challenges of humankind and to draw attention to the need to preserve our planet and natural environment.”

Since July 2017, DJI has been working closely with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, co-director Anastasia Mikova and their production crew on several location shoots including Portugal, the Republic of the Congo and China to facilitate adoption and access to the early deployment of the Zenmuse X7 camera with its Super 35mm sensor, which was perfect for this large-scale film projectUn Film Sur Les Femmes – A Movie About Woman

Depuis juillet 2017, DJI travaille en étroite collaboration avec Yann Arthus-Bertrand, la coréalisatrice Anastasia Mikova et leur équipe de production sur le tournage de plusieurs scènes du film, notamment au Portugal, en République du Congo et en Chine. Cette collaboration vise à faciliter l’adoption et l’exploitation de la caméra Zenmuse X7 qui, avec son capteur Super 35, constituait l’équipement idéal pour cet immense projet. L’association de la caméra Zenmuse X7 au drone Inspire 2 a offert une solution cinématographique efficace et de haute qualité qui convenait parfaitement à la vision de Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Rappelons que l’artiste avait déjà révélé la beauté de la photographie aérienne à travers des images inédites,  prises depuis un hélicoptère, dans son projet « La Terre vue du ciel ». Un projet  parrainé par l’UNESCO et qui a donné naissance au livre du même nom, vendu à plus de 4 millions d’exemplaires dans le monde entier.

Since July 2017, DJI has been working closely with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, co-director Anastasia Mikova and their production crew on several location shoots including Portugal, the Republic of the Congo and China to facilitate adoption and access to the early deployment of the Zenmuse X7 camera with its Super 35mm sensor, which was perfect for this large-scale film project. This efficient, high-quality cinematic solution in combination with the Inspire 2 drone was an ideal fit for the vision of an artist who had previously revealed the beauty of aerial photography, shot from a helicopter, in his UNESCO-sponsored picture tome “Earth from Above” that has sold more than 4 million copies worldwide.

Since July 2017, DJI has been working closely with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, co-director Anastasia Mikova and their production crew on several location shoots including Portugal, the Republic of the Congo and China to facilitate adoption and access to the early deployment of the Zenmuse X7 camera with its Super 35mm sensor, which was perfect for this large-scale film projectOù Est-Ce-Que L’Histoire A Commencé ? – Where Did It Start?

En 1976, Yann Arthus-Bertrand a trente ans et part vivre pendant 3 ans dans la réserve du Massaï Mara au Kenya accompagné de son épouse, Anne, avec qui il réalisera une étude sur le comportement d’une famille de lions. Pour compléter et consigner ses observations écrites, il fit appel à la photographie. En parallèle, il est également pilote de montgolfière. C’est à ce moment-là que s’offre à lui notre monde vu ciel. Conjuguant ses deux passions, il s’adonne donc à la photographie aérienne et trouve sa vocation : témoigner par l’image de la beauté de la Terre, mais aussi de l’impact de l’homme sur la planète.

In 1976, Yann Arthus-Bertrand was thirty years old, he went to live for three years in the Maasai Mara Reserve in Kenya with his wife, Anne, with whom he carried out a study on the behaviour of a family of lions. To complete and record his written observations, he used photography. In parallel, he was also a hot-air balloon pilot. It was at this moment that his consciousness of the beauty of our Earth seen from above awakened. He naturally combined his two passions and devoted himself to aerial photography finding his vocation: to testify by images of the beauty of the Earth, but also of the impact of man on the planet.

Since July 2017, DJI has been working closely with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, co-director Anastasia Mikova and their production crew on several location shoots including Portugal, the Republic of the Congo and China to facilitate adoption and access to the early deployment of the Zenmuse X7 camera with its Super 35mm sensor, which was perfect for this large-scale film projectLe Passage De l’Hélicoptère Aux Drones – From Helicopters To Drones

« Piloter une caméra tout en restant au sol est une expérience totalement nouvelle et fascinante pour moi. », a affirmé Yann Arthus-Bertrand. « Nous sommes capables de réaliser des images aériennes sous un angle complètement nouveau, et je suis convaincu que je continuerai à utiliser la technologie des drones. Je voulais être aussi flexible que possible pour filmer l’environnement et les femmes qui seront les véritables héroïnes du film. Un drone est incroyablement facile à utiliser, ce qui a considérablement simplifié notre travail dans ce tournage. »

“The sensation of flying a camera while staying on the the ground is a totally new and amazing experience for me,” said Yann Arthus-Bertrand. “We are able to shoot aerial images from a completely new perspective, and I am convinced that I will continue using drone technology for my work in the future. I wanted to be as flexible as possible when filming the environment and the women who will be the true heroes of the movie. A drone is incredibly easy to use, which facilitated our work in this complex set-up significantly.”

Since July 2017, DJI has been working closely with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, co-director Anastasia Mikova and their production crew on several location shoots including Portugal, the Republic of the Congo and China to facilitate adoption and access to the early deployment of the Zenmuse X7 camera with its Super 35mm sensor, which was perfect for this large-scale film projectDJI Master Profile – The Power Of Visual Storytelling

Pour marquer le lancement de la marque DJI Pro, DJI a commencé une séries “DJI Masters – The Power of Visual Storytelling”, en collaboration avec trois des pionniers en photographie de classe mondiale : Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Claudio Miranda et Rodney Charters. Le premier épisode est un documentaire sur Yann Arthus-Bertrand pendant le tournage de son film “Woman”.

To mark the launch of the DJI Pro brand, DJI is launching the series “DJI Masters – The Power of Visual Storytelling,” featuring three of the world’s most accomplished imaging pioneers, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Claudio Miranda, and Rodney Charters. The first episode of the series features a documentary on Yann Arthus-Bertrand while shooting “Woman”.

Visionnez le DJI Master Profile de Yann Arthus-Bertrand ci-dessous – Watch Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s DJI Master Profile here below.