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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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We are all part of the food chain

 

We are all part of the food chain

Now what could that be?

When flying and doing my aerial photography you get to see things in a different perspective.

One would think that the amount of flying I do would expose me to marine threatening occasions. Not so although this one did raise a shark alarm after we radio’d in to Surf Life Saving.

Other events from the sky that we kept our distance from was the birth of a whale on the south coast of NSW. We were en route to a shoot when we noticed a very large whale curving her body. We continued on to complete the shoot. On our return to base flying over the same are there was the mother whale with her new born (and a mess) right beside her. Beautiful.

I always remember: We are all part of the food chain.