Kite Aerial Photography (KAP) is the hobby of taking pictures from a kite. This blog discusses some of my adventures and photos with KAP.
A little photoshop work can tone down the bright white. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have browsed through your site. I am anxious in taking my photography to the next level...literally. It appears there is an expense, so I shall go about this slowly. First is the kite - I'm thinking about a flowform. Anyway, this is quite interesting and the research is fun.
Hey Rob, thanks for checking out my site. yes there are some expenses but they just pay for convenience. You can get a key chain carabiner, and loop your camera's wrist strap to it, then set the camera's count down timer for 10 seconds, release the camera and let the kite take out as much line as quickly as possible and you've got KAP. Of course you can only take one photo, but it's a start. My first rig was made out of sheet aluminum from the hardware store.
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