browser icon
You are using an insecure version of your web browser. Please update your browser!
Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. For a safer, faster, more enjoyable user experience, please update your browser today or try a newer browser.
   

Tricks and Tips about Aerial Photography

Posted by on November 16, 2011

Aerial photography is an enjoyment for many people though it can be challenging job for both professionals and amateur photographers. Most of the aerial photographers are captured by fresher in tiny aircrafts as there are many benefits in small places like slower flight, lower altitude and they can also open the window. The opportunities of finding events, subjects, lighting or point of views are greater at lower heights.

The mapping companies of UK create maps of UK with photogrammetry and aerial photographs, photogrammetry is the science of making calculations form photographs. Recently, NEXTMap, 3D mapping, offers appropriate high resolution and reasonable elevation information and UK images. Searchme4, which is the leading business directory offers a list of UK aerial photography and other survey companies.

There are some crucial tricks and tips that should be taken into account for generating good digital aerial photos apart from possessing fundamental photography skills. First and importantly, you should be ready for failure of equipments and always take an additional camera with you and it should be always ready to use. Arrange your zoom to endless, in manual mode and arrange your exposure to a quick shutter speed. Vertical objects such as flag poles, edges of buildings, trees should be correctly cropped so that they look vertical in the final output.

Weather plays an important and big role in photography, if there is humidity it can destroy your shoot, where as mist and haze can abstruse the subject. You should use a polarizing filter to boost color saturation, enter or pierce through atmospheric haze. You should never shoot when sun is behind you directly since it makes the image look very flat, and try avoid shooting at noon. When you take pictures at noon, it gives high contrast, hot spots and abrupt shadows. For perfect and beautiful images always shoot at a 90 degree angle towards the sun and you can also make use of shadows to provide contrast to the photo.

Handling the movement and vibration of the camera is one of the challenges of aerial photography, these things could make your photos look blurry. The best way to handle the vibrations and movements is making use of stabilizer based on gyroscope or you can use camera strap if you want to me more economical.

Comments are closed.