Posts tagged “aerial photography

Goondiwindi Aerials

While working on an Aerial photoshoot today I captured these images south of Goondiwindi.

Click here to see the machinery that was photographed.

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Amazing Aerial Photography

Want to see some amazing Aerial Photography?
Check out this work by photographer & helicopter pilot Scott Bridle.
www.scottbridle.com
http://scottbridle.com/my-images/aerial-abstracts


Power Station Shoot in the Pilbara

As much as I love shooting landscapes, industrial photography is a lot of fun and a great excuse to travel too. Recently I was asked to shoot a power station construction project in The Pilbara. The cool thing about this power station is that the heat generated from gas turbines, is recycled and captured to create electricity from a steam turbine – this is called the Heat Recovery Steam Generator. If that’s a bit technical, it just means this power station is really efficient!

Thanks to the team at AE&E for opting for professional photos (Engineers often think they are skilled photographers, sometimes this puts me out of work!)

AE&E’s combined cycle power station, part of the Sino Iron Project in The Pilbara, WA.

An image from the early morning aerial shoot in an R44 – thanks to Pilbara Helicopters


Pannawonica

Landscape photography from the air really is the next best thing. I took this image on the way back from an aerial shoot over a power station near Karratha, and was lucky to have a pilot that was was keen for some sight seeing! This is Pannawonica Hill & the Robe River, just outside of the mining town Pannawonica. Not much to see in the town, but the scenery here is quite unique for the Pilbara, almost Monument Valley looking. I love the depth the light adds to this shot.


Heli Mustering Pilbara

Ok, I’ll admit this post has nothing to do with fine art photography! But it is blog-worthy because it was the most fun I’ve had in a long time. Pilbara Helicopters ( AKA Williambury Helicopters) asked me to shoot some new images for a new website and advertising. In between taking photos I got a few clips – I apologise in advance for dodgy hand held footage!

Seeing the Pilbara by air is stunning – it’s the best way to get around too. Flying at 240 km/h and the ability to land where ever you need, a helicopter is surely a photographers best friend!