By now, you’ve probably seen, or at least heard of, the photo technique called tilt-shift, now photographer Gray Malin from Dallas, Texas decided to take it to the next level. He captures these images from doorless helicopters, focusing on things such as heights, people and objects as patterns creating repetition, shape and form. Above, we have Coogee Beach in Sydney, Australia. Continue reading for more.

The turning point in his career was when he quit his job working for the President of Paramount Pictures and was selected to become a vendor at the internationally famous Melrose Fairfax Flea Market, taking place each Sunday throughout the year in Los Angeles. Merging his two passions, photography and marketing, Gray has taken a small Los Angeles flea market venture and created a successful fine art photography company offering his work across the country in just a few short years. Since he started back in January of 2008, he has sold thousands of pieces across the globe.

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