A post on FaceBook reminded me that I’ve got lots of drone shots that I haven’t posted. Drone shots were a natural extension to my ‘above’ shots where the model lies on the floor and I hold my camera above her using a monopod.
Here’s a few of Lulu amongst some daffodils we found. I love the poses as it looks like she is flying through the field.
And when we find rocks jutting out to sea you can get some interesting compositions.
This circle of logs was made by us, as it looked a little plain with just the piles of wood. Lying in what is basically mud did tend to make Lulu rather dirty though.
And finally a couple of some steps which provided a nice frame for Lulu.
Many thanks again to Lulu for all her posing and patience while I attempt to fly the drone!
I’ve also created a gallery of previously posted drone shots – http://timpile.co.uk/galleries/drone-shots