October 16, 2010

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Hot Air Balloon Photography

Hot Air Balloons are great to see floating in the open skies, with only a body of hot air to keep it off the ground! Although the view from inside the wicker basket is sure to be the best, if grounded you can still produce a range of colourful photographs, and with the use of a long lens you’ll be able to capture the flicking flame from below, as well as making use of the vibrant fabric balloon!

Around the World in 80 days

reflections for the day

Floating Over Sedona

Balloon Reflection

The Seam Seeker

hang out

Hot Air Balloon Festival

A little too close...

Caccia alle mongolfiere [Balloon hunting]

Between Cloud Layers

Nothin' but hot air

'Loon On The Lake

Balloon Festival

Balloonar Eclipse

What I Did on Homecoming Night

Balloon Glow

Mass Ascension

touch down

Ballooning Over Albuquerque

Inside a Hot Air Balloon

balloons

New balloon plus our shadow/ glory.

Little Push / Empurrãozinho

Marble

Inside

Inside The AT&T Balloon

Bottom-up / De baixo pra cima

Count the Balloons

Hot Air Balloon 2

NJ Hot Air Balloon Festival - Inside Big Dog

Hot Air Balloon

Hot Air 18

Dawn Balloon

Windermere

Outback Ballooning

Dawn Patrol

DSC_0945

Cappadocia

Mass Ascension

Early Morning Balloon Preparations (Infrared)

Balloon Sunset Over Mrs. Johnson's

Skyward

Flying Cathedral

Green River Festival 2007

If you’d like to discover more – simply click on any photograph above for more inspiration!

Thank you to all the photographers that allow their photographs to be freely shared!

All Photographs shown here are © Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike!

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    • Oct 17 2010

      Great shots Daniel, I like the multi-stitched photos!

      Reply
  1. Oct 17 2010

    Great pics

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