Chris Dahl-Bredine

Posted 3/7/19

Ultralight aerial photographer Chris Dahl-Bredine says of his work, “To see this spectacular world form above — to soar like the birds — has been a dream of humans since the …

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Chris Dahl-Bredine

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Ultralight aerial photographer Chris Dahl-Bredine says of his work, “To see this spectacular world form above — to soar like the birds — has been a dream of humans since the beginning of time. I have had this same dream since I was a child. My dream became a reality with my decision to learn to fly. I chose to fly something small and open so I could really see and experience my surroundings — an ultralight aircraft. What I see while up in the sky inspires me to document these beautiful sights through photography. Through these images I intend to convey the feeling of peace, the sense of wonder and awe that one feels while flying above the earth. This is what I experience from above.”

During the “24 Hours” project, he encountered technical difficulties with the ultralight and instead kept his feet on the ground.

His work can be found online at shotfromabove.com and has been featured in many publications.

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