Greg is less “grounded” than most photographers. He loves leaning out the open door of a tiny helicopter, simultaneously directing the pilot, framing the shot and bracing for wind, cold, vibrations and noise. Being as skilled in shooting from the air as from the ground is a rare thing. But offering this special capability allows his clients to go beyond limitations when visually capturing large or multiple buildings, parks, fields, and key selling points like green roofs, landscaping, parking, highways, waterways and railways.
The aerial game plan involves
mapping GPS coordinates and sneaking a preview of aerial maps.
While still on solid land, the aerial game plan involves mapping GPS coordinates and sneaking a preview of aerial maps (you don’t want to shoot the wrong building when you’re paying big money to rent a flying machine). Shooting aerials at dusk or night calls for even tighter planning and timing, but with experience comes the ability to turn this challenge into a celestial, twinkling moment magically frozen in time.