In 1858, the first aerial photograph was taken over Paris, France. It was taken by French balloonist and photographer, Gaspar-Felix Tourachon, better known as Nadar.
Aerial photography refers to taking photographs from a relatively high point above the surface of the earth. True aerial photographs are typically taken from something that is not supported by or attached to the ground. These objects are usually floating or flying, and the camera is either attached to them or operated by a photographer.
We shoot for architectural visualisation companies to organising multi shoot ads for large ad agencies, annual reports, industries, Government and even whole image libraries for branding agencies.
The world feels so different when viewed from above.
The primary challenge of aerial photography is that it requires different techniques than we normally use. Even experienced photographers are often disappointed with the results of their initial flights. It took a lot of research plus trial and error to shoot aerial.
When done right, aerial photos can be a truly amazing look at our world.
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