Friday, June 25, 2010


Originally uploaded by Michael Slear
I suppose if I were to specialize I would pick aerial photography. The palette of the land before you at any altitude is unlimited and diverse. Put a golf course in the viewfinder and I’ll assure you of something like this. #14 at Blackmoor or Thistle #8 they both have just about everything, water, traps, framing, flowing fairway and undulating rough, and golfers for scale. For aerials a fast shutter speed is needed to reduce vibration of the plane, or chopper, focus is on infinity. Don’t forget to insulate your body from the frame of the plane and keep the lens out of the slip stream.

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