Aerial photographer Mitch Rouse shoots large scale, panoramic landscapes like these wetlands. Originally he used a high-tech drone but now prefers to photograph from a fixed-wing aircraft with a camera hole in the fuselage to capture land patterns.
The perspective is usually straight down, at 500 to 1,500 feet above ground level.
See more from this Wyoming-based artist on his website, here.
On Instagram, here.
On Behance, here.
Categories: Feature, Photography
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