Ordinarily when taking photographs, the limit on where a photograph can be taken is limited to where you can place your tripod, and how high or low you can get it. By mounting a camera on a flying platform like the Dji Phantom 2 quad copter, one have no such restrictions, and it’s possible to take images from almost unlimited new and previous impossible perspectives.
Added a new essay about the making of “Tsegi Overlook”. You can find the essay here.
I attended the Page Fine Art Photography Summit with Alain Briot and guest speaker Jeff Schewe in November 2013, and had the opportunity to photograph for several days in Page, and on the workshop following the summit, one of the places we visited was Canyon De Chelly near Chinlee in Arizona. The image “Tsegi Overlook at Dawn” was taken before sunrise one morning, and I will show you how I worked on that image back in the studio.
Added a new essay about photographing The Watchman in Zion. You can find the essay here.
Some locations and landscapes is photographed more often than others. And few sights are more photographed than The Watchman as seen from the Virgin river bridge in Zion National Park, Utah. But what few people know is that there is 3 more bridges along the Pa’rus Trail that is almost as easy to get to, and that also have a great view of The Watchman with the Virgin river as a lead in element. In addition there is a field along the Pa’rus Trail that also have a great view of The Watchman.
I have added a new section to the about section called How to View the Images, with tips on how to adjust your screen for best viewing images on this site (and the web in general).
My article from “Naturfotografen” about my workshop with Alain Briot in december 2007 in New Mexico, is now available here.