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  • […] Aerial photography usually means “shot with a drone.” For me, it means a lifelong love affair with the mountains, a pilot’s license and a little Cessna bush  […]

  • Alex Wells says:

    Beautiful Dan. I learned about you from the BackCountryPilot.org site and have been following you ever since i saw you there. My friend Zane run the site and I waste a lot of time on it.

    Thanks for sharing some of your aerial techniques. You’re a real inspiration for me. Keep up the great work.

    Alex

  • Very impressive Dan! I really enjoyed reading your description about how you go about making these while flying at the same time. It reminds me of what I like to do on my boat, except way more scary (to me).

  • Ian Mullings says:

    Great blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring writers? I’m hoping to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you recommend starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m completely confused .. Any tips? Kudos!

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Hi Ian, you can do a lot with s free WordPress site- that’s what mine is. There are plenty of good themes that will do what you need/like. As for writing, it just takes diligence. Write all the time and you’ll find your voice. You’ll pick up followers and it will grow from there. Also, I use a program called Scrivener for writing drafts and organizing everything. I wrote both of my books using Scrivener, it’s an awesome app. Can’t recommend it enough!

  • […] a recent aerial of the Chugach Mountains that we made together earlier this spring. You can read the entire post about this particular flight here, see more aerial photos I’ve shot, and you can also read about some of the other adventures […]

  • […] forward to many more aerial photography missions during the next few months. Enjoy the photos and check out this post to see a short video of what my flight patterns actually look like when I’m doing this. Also, check out this post to see a 9-frame aerial panorama I shot last […]

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