Aerial photographs are easy enough to accomplish once you find a pilot, but what do you do when the area you want to capture is so remote that no pilot is willing to fly there? 

Well if you’re George Steinmetz, you use a paraglider of course, which is essentially a motorized parachute. George compiled all of his stunning prints into a book titled Desert Air

National Geographic Photographer uses Paraglider to Capture the Desert

via NYT Lens

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