Dan Vojtech is a photographer who likes to do things differently, as you'll see from the video above and the photos below.
After Dan's stunning photo shoot with BMX rider Tomas Slavik back in March 2013, this time it was the turn of kayaker Vavrinec Hradilek to head to Hradec Kralov in the Czech Republic to get the Vojtech treatment.
The session, entitled 'Black Water', brought together photographer, kayaker, some climbing gear and a LOT of water to create some truly innovative images.
The basic idea behind the shoot was to take the action out of its usual wild water context, in order to really emphasise the lines and curves of the kayak itself.
As you can see, the resulting images were truly spectacular. Without the usual rocks, river and rapids obscuring the action, Dan was able to highlight the kayak and kayaker.
We're doing this photo shoot because we wanted to show the kayak from a different perspective.
Dan Vojtech, photographer
Vavra himself was enthusiastic about taking part in the photo project, as it was something different to the norm, something creative.
He did complain that it was hard on his legs though, having to spend so long suspended in mid-air.
It's definitely not a traditional photo shoot, not the usual pattern
Vavra Hradilec, kayaker
In this final photo we get a glimpse into the process of the session. How the shots were set up, what equipment was used and how much water was involved.
Remember to watch the video above for a full behind-the-scenes look at the shoot.