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Aerial photography of tow-in-surfing amongst big surf conditions

Aerial photography of tow-in-surfing amongst big surf conditions

Good flying last weekend over the coast and we jagged some spectacular tow-in surfing. One thing I really get a buzz out of is Aerial photography of tow-in-surfing amongst big surf conditions. The driver of the jet ski was particularly brave and the aerial photography conditions were perfect off North Narrabeen, Northern Beaches, Sydney.

Aerial photography of tow-in-surfing amongst big surf conditions

Aerial photography of tow-in-surfing amongst big surf conditions is difficult. It is all about the timing. There are many factors you have to consider and wait for. The surf, the wind, a big wave set, etc etc,. Once on the chosen wave you have to depend on the surfer to stay on the wave.

Or its all over and you start again.

 

Thanks to Robert Simeon of R&W Mosman for his kind words:
“The all-time master of aerial photography Tim Mooney captured this amazing shot last weekend of a surfer being towed in at North Narrabeen beach – this wave was huge.”

Aerial Photo of Sydney Beaches

Aerial Photo of Sydney Beaches

Aerial Photo of Sydney Beaches Freshwater

Aerial photo of Freshwater Beach, Sydney … later Sunday afternoon, Autumn 2013

Coming home via the coast from a Northern Beaches aerial photography shoot the site at Freshwater Beach was spectacular. A beautiful surf was rolling on and there were plenty of surfers on longboards ‘in the queue’ for a wave. Its fun to take an Aerial Photo of Sydney Beaches

There were also numerous families on the beach taking in the perfect autumn conditions. As an aerial photographer I am always looking so these clean images as my clients are always wanting something different.

Technically these in transit aerial photographs are difficult to master because of the complexity of speed of the helicopter etc. These shots have to be spur of the moment decision work and they are fun to perfect.

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