⭐️TOP TIPS FOR YOUR AERIAL PHOTO SHOOT⭐️ 1. Keep it simple! - Don't worry about doing all of your trickiest, twistiest moves, simple is always most effective! You want to be sure you can hold all of your shapes, and being red in the face may not make for the best look! Bring your best moves of course, but be sure to plan some simple shapes too.
2. Think about the equipment - Moves which are framed by the hoop look FAB! Think 'Man in the Moon' 'Mermaid'. Long shapes tend to look more effective than wide shapes, and will give more of a sense of height.
3. Make sure your feet are clean! There is nothing worse than a gorgeous shot and grubby feet! (We will have baby wipes on hand) No need to go over board but a bit of make up will give it a professional feel, I only have my natural make up on this shot and will definitely plan to give myself more colour for the real thing 🙂
4. Think about your clothing - The shots will have a white photography backdrop, but too much pattern might distract from your shapes. If you are planning on wearing patterned leggings, a plain top would be best. Remember - It's YOU we want to see in the pictures.
5. Upside down hair...- Consider how you will have your hair for the shoot. Hair down can look fantastic, but if all of your moves are upside down, it may not look as good!
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I rarely do weddings/pre-weds. I believe to make amazing work here, one has to actually understand the subject matter at hand and clearly I struggle with anything that even remotely has to do with relationships or just being in love
Making friends is hard. Making friends on the first day of high school is much worst I’m pretty sure most will agree. I was a pretty quiet kid, really quiet but I also had this thing that the cool kids called “resting bitch face” which rly got me into trouble. I actually got beaten up because of my “face”. @kinian.y wasn’t one of those kids. I remember looking backwards towards the class as I was seated in front and saw this dude with a huge ass G-Shock bigger than his face waving at me, smiling, he even walked over “Hey my name is Kin Ian, you can call me Yam.” And the rest, was history. I love you man.
The Nile river winds through the desert. Egypt. In the country about 96% of the population lives on 4% of the territory, largely along the Nile and its delta. It was incredible to see this legendary river appear under my eyes all of a sudden, after hours flying over the desert. One of my favorite books as a child was about the Ancient Egypt, full of drawings about the cultivations along the Nile, canoes dodging crocodiles and constructions that seemed unrealistic for mankind to have built thousands of years ago. This source of water that allowed civilizations to rise in Egypt is now endangered by climate change, poaching of endangered species, and pollution. In Luxor I could see trash along the river and in the water, in the Red Sea plastic and dead reef as soon as I’d divert from the path selected for the masses of tourists, who are largely responsible for its destruction. It was bitter to confront the beauty I could only fantasize of for so many years hand in hand with the awareness of its fragility. #egypt#nile#river#desert#environment#aerial#climatechange
The Supertrees at Gardens By The Bay, Singapore. At heights of between 25 and 50m tall, these man made tree like structures are vertical gardens with large canopies that provide shade in the day and at night, they come alive with a beautiful display of light and sound.
Uso de drones na inspeção de obras garante maior produtividade, redução de custo e execução dentro do cronograma. Os dados coletados de forma remota e em tempo real permitem elaboração de relatórios detalhados e agilidade na tomada de decisão. Entre em contato e saiba como o uso de drones podem ajudar o seu projeto.