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Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
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One of the most interesting but hardest forms of photography to participate in is aerial photography. But when done correctly it can pay tremendous dividends. As is the case with the work of German photographer Stephen Zirwes.

His unique ability to capture compositions and re-contextualize everyday environments by presenting them in a unique perspective, allows him to create truly beautiful works of art that are unparalleled by many others. And the depth of his collection of work–from coastal cities to word-wide sporting events–underlines his dedication and commitment to his craft.

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
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Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Aerial Photography by Stephen Zirwes
© Stephen Zirwes

Although this selection of work is but a small sample from his in depth catalog, which I urge you to check out, it is indicative of the high level of quality which can be found throughout his entire portfolio.
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