When flying with FlyNYON, it's relatively easy to get yourself great photos of one of the best cities in the world. It's easy to just snap around at whatever you're looking at which is mainly the breathtaking views of the New York City skyline from above. These photos typically WOW people and are unique to add to your portfolio or Instagram profile, but they usually lack the perspective aspect of this type of photography.
Part of the whole FlyNYOn "shooting photos out of an open door helicopter" experience is the fact that you're hanging out over New York City, and although it's implied by your images, the viewer only really gets the feeling of being in your shoes when there's a bit of perspective in your shots. This is one reason why the "look back" photo is so cool. You really get a sense of what's going on, where you are and what you're doing.
It's much easier for the viewer to imagine themselves sitting on the edge of an open door helicopter when they can see the aircraft, or your feet, or the skids or anything like that. So, since I cleared all that up, welcome to another day at the office up above the skyscrapers: