If you've ever had the chance to scope the rooftops of the buildings in Los Angeles, you've noticed they typically have one thing in common: vibrant neon signs.
In a recent video uploaded to Vimeo by Drew Ganyer, we're flown around the City of Angels under the night sky to tour the historical neon signage perched atop buildings in the area.
To capture the footage, Ganyer pilots a DJI Phantom 3 drone around Hotel Normandie, El Royale, Royale Wilshire and more.
The results? Neon sights never looked this good against LA's breathtaking skyline!
In a recent interview with LAist, Ganyer reveals,
My goal was to shoot them all around dusk or dawn when there is still a little glow in the sky, but the challenge was that all the signs turn on and off at different times and a lot of the signs turn on after dark and turn off before dawn.
Ganyer's inspiration for this project initially sparked when he was hanging out on a rooftop with a friend and spotted unique neon signage scattered throughout the city.
Soon after, he purchased a drone and piloted his first flight to one of the signs.
Check out the video below for a closer look!