This Photographer Uses Drones to Capture the Most Unique Wedding Photos

This Photographer Uses Drones to Capture the Most Unique Wedding Photos

May 23, 2016
Drones can be used for everything nowadays — to deliver packages, put on light shows or even be used as weapons of war. But one innovative photographer uses drones to capture new perspectives of couples for their weddings and vacations.
Photographers using technology to expand the creativity of their art isn’t new, but you’ve never seen wedding photos like this.
Wedding photographer Helene Havard, based in Papeete on the main island of Tahiti, snapped some spectacular shots with the help of drone operator Flying World Pictures.
The shots are nothing short of magical:
Havard wrote on Boredpanda:
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“To get the possibility to fly above some places and catch the beauty of the vastness has been a huge way to express freedom to me.”
Aerial footage can capture the entire landscape and provide breathtaking views of any location. 
According to their website, Helene Havard was named by Rangefinder Magazine as one of 30 rising stars in wedding photography.
The wedding photos are shot on islands in French Polynesia that include Bora Bora, Huahine, Moorea, Rangiroa and the Marquisan Islands. 
Havard explains on the website that the best time to do a shoot is in the morning if couples are looking for pure blue hues in their photos. 
The shades of blue will differ depending on the time of the day the photo is taken. 
If you’ve ever wanted to capture the larger world around your comparatively insignificant relationship, drone photographer is totally for you.
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