Glenn Hester is a Melbourne based commercial photographer that has a penchant for a birds eye view. Glenn has the kit, experience and knowledge to capture your architecture and construction project from above.
Be it timelapse from a neighbouring highrise, aerial stills from the passenger seat of a Cessna or the deftly controlled footage from his trusty drone, Glenn's your guy for all things 'from above'.
But, just what heights are we talking here?
0'-6'4" - Pure Hester.
Maybe he's so good at this because he's a ruddy tall fella and just likes looking at things from above. Whatever it is for over a decade Glenn has turned his appreciation for form and architecture into bold, professional and thoughtfully composed photography.
6'9" - Larry Bird
23ft - An actual bird (like, in flight, not the actual size of a bird, that would be terrifying)
275ft - Melbourne Central Shot Tower
6'4" to 400ft - Drone on.
A specialist in drone photography for architecture and construction projects, Glenn is at the forefront of this new and versatile technique of photography.
1,040ft - Australia 108 (actual)
-1,273 ft - Australia 108 (proposed)
7,247ft - Mt. Townsend
7,310ft Mt. Kosciuszko
4000 – 10,000ft - Eye in the Sky.
It takes a composed character (and steely stomach) to hang halfway out of a chopper shooting Australian city skylines, lucky for us all he has (both) these qualities.
12,400ft - That one time Glenn skydived
-16,400ft - Highest recorded flight of a chicken (probably)
10,000+ft - Cessna Hester.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Glenn.
But yes, in a plane. But seriously.
If you want a photographer who's out of this world, get in touch.