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The FIX 08: Island Lake Reflection In this episode of The FIX, I show you the editing behind a shot that was posted as Photo of the Week on August 6th, called Island Lake Reflection. I took the photo in the summer of 2016 on a quick trip to Fernie, BC. If...
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DESCRIPTION While we were driving back to Wanaka from Queenstown one day, we passes some fields that had a bunch of interesting patterns in them from the tires of farm equipment. I decided to get my DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter out to see what they would look like...
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There’s a place near Milford Sound called Eglington Flats that you cross on the drive. You leave a thick beech forest and suddenly emerge into a wide valley bottom covered by golden grass. It’s tough to get any perspective on the size and features of the flat from below so I decided to get my quadcopter up higher to get a different perspective.
Hilary drove a section of the road and I followed with the quad to try to keep things interesting. It’s a pretty spectacular valley bottom that’s hard to capture in a video or picture, but hopefully this gives you a bit of perspective. There are so many awesome things to see and do in Milford Sound that it’s hard to capture everything so if you haven’t been already, make sure that you add it to your bucket list!
Music: Talos – Your Love is an Island