If everything fits, then go for it!
After I still thought before the first nude art photo, we would probably have to cancel the shooting completely and go home again, the second attempt to take the nude art photos went surprisingly undisturbed. Now we actually already had the second set of nude art photos on the castle ruins in the box and did not have to break off in between another time. Not wanting to push our luck, we quickly moved on to the third shot. Still no one was to be heard or seen.
“What luck!”, I thought. “Now let’s hurry up. Surely we’ll manage to take the last nude art photos without any problems.” I was full of optimism that from now on everything would go on as planned.
The third row of nude art photos would not be taken on the wall of the ruin. No, this time this impressive high side wall of the castle ruins caught my eye. As if made for us, the sun shone directly on this wall and thus offered us super lighting conditions for the last part of the nude art shooting, even at a somewhat advanced hour.
Despite the great lighting conditions, sitting poses for nude art photos with the drone are much easier to shoot than standing ones. Here, the shooting angle plays a crucial role. If the angle is not chosen well, the nude model can quickly appear in a completely wrong perspective and the nude art photo thus looks unhinged. Therefore, the last shot of this nude art shooting was a bit of a challenge. After the other nude art photos had taken very nicely, we actually needed some more time at the end to find the right perspectives for the third set of beautiful nude art photos on the castle ruins.
After a few test shots with the drone, we found the right posing at this challenging location. Once the framework conditions for the perfect nude art photo are right, shooting with the drone runs as if by itself.
On the wall, we now had all the nude art photos safely on the memory card. But stop! We weren’t done yet. One last, final pose was still to come.
This would take place in a slightly higher window section. My model quickly walked over and took his place at the top of the side wall window. I had the drone fly into position and….