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yakfisher

Aerial Results

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Last month I posted a topic asking for some info on aerial photo work. These are a couple of photos that I took. Thanks for the help Dan and Steve.

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Hey yak - is the first one the same one I would see while visting the owners? smile

I like the shape of the yard in the second photo. Nice crop.

It was nice to meet you and dbl the other night. Great conversations - even with two pilots! grin

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That's the one I gave to them. It was great to meet you as well. Good luck at the meet on Friday. I think you will have a very successful shoot.

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Second I agree is a very nice shot and crop. That should be printed large.

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Second I agree is a very nice shot and crop. That should be printed large.

The second one went to a couple that have been living on that farm for about 50 years. I printed it out 4x10 and put it in an 8x10 mat inside an 11x14 old barn wood type of frame. I figured they have been on the farm long enough to have quite a few images of it. My suspicions were confirmed last week when I dropped of the photo. They said the had three or four but none of them were quite from this angle. I think the panorama helped to differentiate it a little from the others as well.

How was the shoot today? The winds should have met your personal minimums smile Any intestinal fortitude problems with your photographers?

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All went well and you are correct my personal minimums were indeed not exceeded wink Very smooth means a nice clean airplane grin

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