Brett Rheeder fully clicked off a natural rock quarter, lit by overhead drone strobe, during the filming of his segment in Big Water Utah for 'Return to Earth' by Anthill Films.
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Brett Rheeder fully clicked off a natural rock quarter, lit by overhead drone strobe, during the filming of his segment in Big Water Utah for 'Return to Earth' by Anthill Films.

28 Comments

  • + 33
 Okay, PODs are back on form.
  • + 10
 dis gonna win POY 2019
  • + 3
 @scott-townes: I hope so, and I hope there will be more worthy contenders
  • + 23
 thanks for the positive vibrations from all those that commented! extra thank you's to Colin Jones of Anthill for helping position the drone(strobe) in zone I wanted, to the Loft crew for shaping the builds into art, to Brett Rheeder for his eye in the search for terrain and for his ridiculous boost and steez, and the Anthill collective for the passion to make films.
  • + 9
 Thank you Sterl! Excited to see this piece of art being shared in such an open and wide-reaching forum.

To everyone who is getting a chance to see this photo: make sure you do justice to all the hard work that went into it by opening it up on the biggest screen you can find. If you're looking at this as a tiny thumbnail on your phone, you are missing out!
  • + 6
 Absolutely stunning shot, this is more like what PODs should be.
  • + 6
 Just in time for POY. What a shot.
  • + 4
 Good old Sterl! Sick one!
  • + 2
 Thanks Ale!!
  • + 4
 Now that’s a POD POY contender
  • + 3
 Desktop quality can be found somewhere I hope?
  • + 1
 Whoaaaa! This is what it is for me Photography!!!! Art!! Good job Sterling!!! I hope to see you soon in Vancouver with Riccardo!
  • + 2
 Awesome shot! Are you sure this shot wasn’t taken on the surface of the moon? Sure looks out of this world!
  • + 4
 Wow man.
  • + 3
 Let's keep these PODs bangin
  • + 1
 Saw this on POY and was trying to figure out the lighting! Thanks for a superb shot and explanation too.
  • + 1
 That's amazing. Also fun to look at and imagine aliens are trying to steal his bike
  • + 3
 awesome!
  • + 3
 Next level!
  • + 2
 Looks like artificial lighting, awesome
  • + 2
 Wow. That is an incredible shot. photo of the year 2019 for sure
  • + 2
 Woah!
  • + 1
 rad shot what flash and triggers did you use ?
  • + 2
 thnx eh, combos of profoto, godox and pocketwizard
  • + 1
 POY18 contenders but posted on 2019?
  • + 0
 Why is the Sun cut?
  • + 2
 Read again. It's a drone. It's after sunset.

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