Kite Aerial Photography Aircatcher focusses on low budget aerial photography systems which can be usedin scientific research,commercial photography or as an art. How to get those nice aerial shots without paying for a plane? Of course aerial photography is nothing more than photography from a certain height above the ground and ways of lifting cameras are plenty. The most basic form of aerial photographyis probablythe "camera throwing" photography. But here a little more sophisticatedtechniques are presented to get a camera aloft.
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KAP Summary Table of Contents Table of Contents The pages at this WWW site provide snapshots of my learning curve in kite aerial photography. As I post this note (April 1998) I've been taking kite aerial photographs for three years. It has been a delightful hobby. Here is a quick guide to the structure of the Kite Aerial Photography WWW Site: Alamo Industrial: TRAXX™RF (slope mower/slopemower) - Product Information Alamo Industrial® is pleased to announce TRAXX™RF, our new remote-control slopemower that is perfect for tackling vegetation in the toughest terrain. It thrives in challenging, hazardous and confined areas and allows you to reach the places other mowers cannot reach. This slope mower takes on up to 60 degrees with ease. Scott Haefner‘s Kite Aerial Photography Testing to make sure the shutter is being triggered by the radio control before letting go. You can see the camera hanging from the kite line in the shadow. Recent Photos
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