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Photographer John Crawford (NZ) - Arial photos of naked wife.

Twitter is a fabulous social media giving me access to a wast amount of interesting people and topics related to photography. Lately though I've been unsubscribing a lot to focus on a selected few twitters who doesn't spam their twitter feed and who distributes interesting insight and knowledge through links or own work.

@thomashawk posted a twit with the following head line "Husband takes bird's-eye view photos of his naked wife" and a link to a New Zealand based photographer by the name John Crawford.

Of course this headline caught my attention :-) - but it also lead me to a great photographer, who has been around for many years. 

The set Arial Photos was made in the good old analogue days, and the sheer effort it must have taken to orchestrate one photo is impressive by all standards. 

John Crawford states that his aim is to capture images that have a high degree of interest and contrast,don’t look too technical, and are easy to look at and enjoy.

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