© David A. Ziser
I made this image during my first helicopter ride over Sedona, Arizona a few years ago. The pilot removed the door for me as my plan was to hang out of the helicopter, still strapped in of course. That plan quickly turned to "plan B" as the wind of the blades beat past me and I was way to close to the outside of the helicopter for comfort ;~)
I was still able to capture this image as we flew past this beautiful ridge of cliffs and stone. The wide angle lens added a dramatic element vastness to the landscape as we made the flyby.
Camera specs; Canon 5D fitted with Sigma 12-24mm lens, F10 @ 1/160 second at ISO 400. Enjoy! --David