Commercial Photographer Edward DeCroce
I’m always looking for a different perspective. And if I had a dollar for every time I wished I owned a jet pack or a cherry picker, I’d be rich.
Elevating the camera perspective just 10 feet can make the difference between a mediocre shot and a winning photo. And I bet I’m not the only professional photographer who wishes his legs could extend like a tripod. In fact I’d wager that every commercial photographer, every advertising photographer and every fine-art photographer has at one time or another climbed higher to get the shot.
While on commercial assignment for WPX Energy last week in Pennsylvania, my trusted guide and chauffeur Susan Oliver-Stough captured this shot with her iphone as I worked from the roof of her truck.