Drone Captures Wedding Photos Like You’ve Never Seen Before – Design You Trust

Drone Captures Wedding Photos Like You’ve Never Seen Before


We’ve seen drone photography capture some truly stunning images thanks to its aerial vantage point. Through this lens, a subject’s beauty is showcased in a whole new light. Tahiti-based photographer Helene Havard uses camera drones to redefine wedding photography. Unlike typical portraits where couples are front and center, Havard pictures them as ants in gorgeous and grandiose landscapes.

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Havard works in collaboration with Flying World Pictures, instructing the drone operator from the ground. There is nothing, she suggests, quite like the shooting from above, transforming her lovers into conjoined specks dotting the topography below.


“I have always needed lot of freedom,” she admits, adding that drone photography has afforded her the liberation of the open, endless skies.


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