Aerial photographer gets bird's-eye view

10/8/2012 | Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.)

Photographer Rick Cinclair writes about shooting the bird's-eye view. But, he says, the most exciting stories are those that focus on the plane or pilot. "Sitting in the front seat, I could shoot over my shoulder and see the pilot, Steve Pennypacker, flying from the rear seat. As he went through a series of rolls, dives, and loops, G-forces caused the camera to alternate between being weightless in my hands and feeling like a cinder block against my face."

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