Up Just a Little Bit...|
It is a perspective that we just don't often get to experience...and you really don't have to go very high. In fact I prefer to stay relatively close and connected with the subject matter.
Most of my aerial landscape
fine art photography is from 150-250 feet in the air. It brings a new, exciting element into my photography that I can show and share with others.
What's the Big Secret?
Well it's not really a secret, but the simple expanation is....I lift the camera with a kite. The
more complicated explanation is....I lift the camera with a kite and walk it around with absolutely no idea as to what the camera is seeing. This is by intention...I don't need to know what's going on. It is a demonstration of letting go of control, or having faith. The only guidance I give the camera is to keep it
from blowing away, sometimes altering its height, and positioning it by walking the kite around. That's it...
that's all that needs to be done.
So there you have it. I hope that I've helped in describing
what it is I do, and maybe even answered the question why. That
is, if anyone was curious. You will find many examples of aerial
landscape photography in my galleries.
All of my photographs are for sale as fine
art, can be licensed for commercial use, and intended to be
enjoyed by all.
Most importantly, to all who have purchased
my artwork in the past, planning to purchase my artwork in the future, or just enjoying it at the moment, I say thank
you....for without all of you out there in the world,
there would be no one to share my artwork with. Please
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