Idaho_Airships

Idaho Airships, Inc. Aerial & Technical Photography: www.idahoairships.com


St. Alphonsus RMC, Boise, Idaho
St. Alphonsus RMC, Boise, Idaho
Pauloven (Over 1 year ago)
The rotation is so perfect that it feels as if it was on a turntable.

Idaho_Airships (Over 1 year ago)
Thanks, blaise. We've (my pilot and I) been working together for 5 years now...so have well over 1,000 hours learning how to do things. However...there's no way I'm going to give him a swollen head by telling him what a great job he did! I'd never hear the end of it...he'd be demanding credit on all of my images!

blaise (Over 1 year ago)
Wow, very nice work! Excellent control over the flightpath, to get such uniform rotations around the building.

Idaho_Airships (Over 1 year ago)
Holy smokes...there's an image in there with some wing strut in it! I'm going to go slit my wrists... Thanks for the comments.

lostinthetriangle (Over 1 year ago)
I wish we had an airship in Bermuda :( Well done!

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Aerial: Idaho Capitol Renovation 1/21/09
Aerial: Idaho Capitol Renovation 1/21/09
aj0020020 (Over 1 year ago)
This is my favorite.

Ahh-Photography (Over 1 year ago)
Excellent work! I obviously have inspiration here! Get me a plane!

Idaho_Airships (Over 1 year ago)
bitplane, that's a great idea-I can shoot verticals at the same resolution as these obliques. When I dig out I'll have to do this subject vertically, obliquely, and from the ground-as long as I'm not posing a security threat, or course. Thanks for your input!

bitplane (Over 1 year ago)
Excellent synth. This is a great candidate for mixing with arial and overhead shots from MS Virtual Earth, if that's possible

inimrepus (Over 1 year ago)
This is one of the best I have seen so far. Nicely done.

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Meridian, Idaho City Hall, 1/27/09
Meridian, Idaho City Hall, 1/27/09
ConstructionVideo (Over 1 year ago)
Good job Leo! i really like the tightness of the photos!

Idaho_Airships (Over 1 year ago)
I'm not certain what I'm doing to produce such adensely populated point cloud-but I'd like to find out and continue that practice. Any of you Photosynth gurus have any thoughts? Number of images? Balanced exposures?

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