Paramotor Flying for some Fancy Photos 📷

in paramotor •  last month 

A sun down flight the other night took me to the skies with some dynamic color, clouds and some fancy photos from the insta360 camera. Its amazing what you can capture with a 360 degree camera and its certainly an awesome place to be able to photograph from, when up in the sky.

I hope you like em....

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@unipsycho,
Wow the sky and the landscape with you! Pretty amazing as usual!
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Thanks again, yup, they were lovely skies, clouds and colors. Right on...

It looks great, but I have acrophobia and I don't know if I can do it

It would probably be pretty scary with that, but otherwise, its quite a relaxed yet thrilling way to fly. Nothing out in front of you at all is pretty awesome!

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Very cool, been on my wish list for years. What altitude do you typically fly at or are limited to? Us WannaBe paragliders flying drones are limited to 400ft.
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Typically fly between 0 and 2000ft, but depends on where, when and weather for the most part. As long as you are in the right airspace, we can fly up to 13000ft in Canada, so its really up to the pilot. Higher is safer when considering below 2000ft, but its really more fun to be fairly low to see more detail.