We roll back to Fenway for games 3,4, and 5 of the ALCS. I got a chance to take the drone up early morning to catch a nice sunrise. Before the game, former Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Red Sox got the W on a great night offensively.
I was back up in the chopper again last week for our annual ride above Fenway Park to shoot aerials of the ballpark and surrounding neighborhood.
We caught a beautiful night to fly. After a colorless start, the sun dipped behind a band of clouds and opened up to a breathtaking sunset which looked fantastic no matter which way you shot from. A big thanks to our pilot, Mike Peavey, for flying us around safely and getting me in just the right spots to shoot!
Last night, I had my first opportunity to fly in a helicopter to shoot aerials of Fenway Park and the surrounding greater Boston area. The Red Sox make it a priority every year to acquire updated overhead images to document the year’s worth of changes and upgrades to the ballpark and surrounding areas.
Although the sky didn’t quite open up like I had hoped for, it was still a beautiful night to fly, and some cloud coverage made for a moody blue look. A huge thanks to our pilot, Mike Peavey, for navigating the skies and getting us in the perfect position to get the shots we need.