Viewing the landscape from the air is a fascinating experience for most of us whether it be from a commercial airline or a chartered tour company. Seeing familiar landmarks we all can identify take on a whole new perspective when viewed from a birds-eye position. However, for the majority of photographer’s, engagement with the landscape is generally at ground level, or from hills and summits of mountains. Shooting aerial landscapes is something that the vast majority of landscape photographers do not normally undertake.
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