I don’t have wings. And I definitely don’t have my own private helicopter or sea plane. So, you might have figured that I use a drone for my photos.
In the beginning I was terrified to use it and waited six months before I had the guts to put it up — silly, I know.
This little fear had come from a dream that involved crashing it into the ocean, which is definitely enough to put you off.
Although, after six months had passed of looking at it in its box, I decided it was time to give it a shot. And, I have to stay, it was one of the best decisions I have made.
Drone photography allows you to embrace your creativity and free your photography, with another perspective and endless room for exploration.
Here are some of the reasons why I love gravity free photography...
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