Discover the possibilities and challenges of aerial landscape photography with photographer Justin Reznick in the skies above New Zealand.
- [Voiceover] Very misty today. A little spout around there. - Right. - Okay. It's pretty cool, eh? All this cloud buildup, man. It's great to-- (shutter clicks) - Hi. I'm Justin Reznick, and we're here in the incredible South Island of New Zealand, specifically, Milford Sound. It's one of my favorite places in the world to hike, to photograph, and to witness. Now, Milford Sound's often photographed from the shore or from a boat.
We're gonna do something very unique. We're gonna get up in the air. Aerial photography can be done almost anywhere. In this past year, I've had the great fortune of aerial photography in Iceland, Namibia, and even Washington state, my home state. Anywhere you can get a small airfield, a Cesna, any plane that has wings over the windows, you're shooting straight down, it's an amazing experience. So what we're gonna do now is meet our pilot. I'm Justin. - Justin, Anthony. Nice to meet you.
- It's great to meet you. - Welcome to New Zealand. - Find out all we can about the plane, the route that we're gonna take. We're gonna get up there and do aerial photography. Can't wait.