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  • Why would you even want to do this? Looks like a lot of hassle and all to get a bride and groom standing on a cliff seeming to flirt with death?
  • TrevTrev Moderator
    I agree personally, but jaw dropping pics - literally - I hate heights and I would not even walk to within 3 meters to the edge of a cliff at all.

  • I'm with you Trev! Except that I'd stay even further back from the edge….

  • Neil vNNeil vN Administrator
    But ... this gets him worldwide attention. Invaluable marketing juice. 
    Jay is a nice guy, and I am glad he received the recognition this work has created for him.

    There are other interviews with him online where he explains more about the how and why.
  • edited April 15

    My first reaction to these is unrepeatable! Amazing!

    This won't be just down to the photographer but I would imagine there will be queues of thrill seekers now wanting to sign him up. 

     I don't think I'll be competing there!
  • StephenStephen Member
    Note that the photographer was previously an experienced mountain guide.  So, he is now leveraging that experience to create a photography service that has a rare offering.  It's certainly one way to stay afloat in the sea of wedding photographers. 
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