Friday, May 8, 2009

I also drive through Antioch every day on my way to and from work, and pass by the 1892 Antioch School building. Apparently, this is now the home of the Lakes Region Historical Society. I thought that would try out my newest Pole Aerial Photography rig to get a shot of this landmark. Unfortunately, there are alot of power lines surrounding this block, and I couldn't get the distance away from the building that I was hoping for.

From the village of Antioch Website:

"The Museum is open every Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., special occasions, and by appointment. For more information call (847)395-7337 or stop by the Village Hall for a free brochure."

Here are a couple quick shots of my new camera mount for my Pole Aerial Photography rig. This mounts to the top of a telescoping painters pole, and allows me to get almost 30 feet in the air with the camera. I use a Canon G9 for my PAP pictures, and use the SDM version of CHDK to allow scripting for a custom intervelometer.

If you would like aerial images of your property, please contact m2 Photography to discuss your project.

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