Want to create excellent aerial photo? My tips: tilting camera straight down can give great scenery or abstracts….but one need to remember looking straight down.The second tip & related is to tilt back the camera to its normal position before the landing to avoid any potential damage or dirt on the camera lens.
I didn’t really imagine this shot like this, my flight had a different objective, but I tilted the camera straight down and I got this very nice patchwork.
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Looking straight down also gives interesting perspectives on old structures such as this medieval castle where all the wooden structures have disappeared.
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Another Castle from the top
Taken in Scotland.
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This also works well in autumn thanks to the multicolored tree foliage
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The winter version
Hairpins also work great with that perspective
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Another great perspective on the rice fields in the Philippines.
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