"A case of the Monday's", as my man Sean calls it. What a day. My first time up in a chopper for aerials, or at all as a matter of fact! After spending a few hours off the ground in the bird, with the RED Epic, and inhaling good ole' exhaust fumes; I'd have to put this at the top of my list of most fun days as an AC. If you know me well enough, you could only imagine after hearing the risk factors how much more excited I was about the shoot. We got some really cool footage with the RED, and......O yeah....I didn't PUKE!!! Yes! I did get a little nauseous midway through, right before our pilot decided to huber the bird for a bit a couple hundred feet in the air for a short break, because he needed a break as well. I never knew a chopper could pull such maneuvers. Basically acting as the camera operator in a way in which they have to move and follow what your shooting. Not much we humans can do when strapped in and holding an $80k dollar camera package for dear life. Mad props to my man Sean for doing a great job operating, and our pilot for flying the chopper in such a talented way. And I guess I did a great job too holding on to my camera operator! I hope to do this again! Lots of fun!