We have something different for our shot of the week this time. Shooting from a pole is a rare niche in the world of photography. I remember corresponding with a pole photography enthusiast about 5 years ago and seeing some of his one-of-a-kind shots on Flickr. The concept of putting your camera up on a pole, taking pictures from up in the air, all the while triggering it on the ground, is pretty interesting. With a remote shutter release, you’re shooting blind and hoping to get a good shot. But imagine seeing what your camera sees? That’s just what Lee Jinks did with this recent photograph on Flickr. He used a Gigtube Wireless, which allows you not only to trigger your camera, but also gives you a remote live view LCD. It was taken with a Nikon D5000 at 32mm, 1/200s, f/7.1, ISO 200, +1/3 EV, and way up in the air! We particularly like the framing of these images, as well as the lighting Here’s one more shot from Lee, and we hope he continues pulling in clients with good shots like these.