Pix4D users are doing the coolest things. From Antarctica to Zambia, you’re out there seeing and mapping the world.
To be honest, we’re a little bit jealous.
That’s why for the final Community Challenge this decade (crazy, right?!) we want to see your best drone or aerial pic. We’re looking for spectacular nadir photos or orthomosaics with a ‘wow’ factor. We’ll put our favourites up on our office walls, and the winners will receive Pix4D licenses to continue their work and goodies to do it in style.
The best image, as decided by you
Share your favourite nadir aerial images (or orthomosaic) with us in the comments below before December 31, 2019. On January 10, we’ll present a short list of pictures, and the community will pick the final winner. Users can vote until January 14.
The fine print
You can submit a compressed version of the image below, but to be considered, you must also be able to provide a high-res version of the image: at least 3,000 x 2,000 pixels/300 DPI. TIF, JPG or PSD images are fine.
All submitted images may be used on social media: let us know how you would like us to credit you.
Projects will be shortlisted by the Pix4D team.
Pix4D community users will vote for the Top 5 images, which will be announced on January 15 and win the prizes.
The 5 projects with the most votes will be printed and displayed in the Pix4D Headquarters. The winners will receive a 6 month Pix4Dmapper license and Pix4D goodies.
Need an example?
I took this shot last weekend at the Swiss Vineyards of Lavaux, near the city of Lausanne. It’s not a winner, but I’m pretty happy with how it turned out, considering it’s coming from a Mavic Mini! Please credit me as @twitter if you tweet this.