There’s nothing quite like flying over incredible landscapes! I recently went for a flight over Whistler with Sea to Sky Air to get some photos and footage for a new project. I was processing some photos today and it reminded me of a hugely in-depth tutorial that I wrote about this topic a while back when I flew over the same area. You can find the giant aerial photography tutorial on Shutter Muse.

Just a couple of months ago I also wrote a quick not here on my blog about the best lenses for aerial photography.

If you can make it happen, getting up in a plane of a helicopter is a real blast and you’re sure to add to your photo portfolio if you follow the tips I have laid out in that tutorial! It even includes a downloadable pre-flight checklist.

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