American photographer Mitch Rouse once had time to take photos with drones. However, he realized that its limited scope made the works unattractive. So he decided to take photos from airplanes and helicopters. In those shots, Rouse found new angles and got completely new creative works.
Rouse said: "I am currently taking photos from the Bell 407 helicopter with a gimbal Shot Over F1, camera Phase 1 Industrial 150MP and a 32mm lens from Rodenstock brand".
Rouse's top-level work focuses primarily on repeating content frames and strong visual effects in agricultural activities. Rouse often goes to the Palouse Farms farm in eastern Washington to find the right scenery for the picture. Thanks to the new angle, the areas on the farm seem to be very normal but appear very beautifully in Rouse's series of photos.
Not only will Mitch Rouse find inspiration from farming. Tom Hegen's collection of salt fields from above is also an example.
Colorful salt fields at a salt mine in Western Australia are nicely arranged in Hegen's image. Of course Hegen also took pictures from the plane and it took him a long time to find the angle of interest.
Here are some art photos of two photographers' agricultural activities:
Refer to Newatlas