AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY by MARTIN HAEMMERLI

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Fischland Darss - Zingst - East Germany
Aerial Photography - Power Plant - Bookhorst - East Germany
Aerial Photography - Power Plant - Bookhorst - East Germany
Aerial Photography - Power Plant - Bookhorst - East Germany
Aerial View - Vierwaldstättersee - Luzern - Pilatus - Switzerland
Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland
Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland
Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland
Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland
Flying through the cloud cover
Flying through the cloud cover

Fischland Darss - Zingst - East Germany

Aerial Photography Picture has been created with a Canon Mark III attached to a RC-Helicopter. Location: Near Zingst on the Darss (East Germany) Flight altitude: 150 meters

Aerial Photography - Power Plant - Bookhorst - East Germany

Picture has been created with a Canon Mark III attached to a RC-Helicopter. I had to fly 500 meters across the field to get as close as possible to the wind turbines. There were a quite a lot of turbulences and in the west, bad weather was coming up. Flight altitude: 70 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Aerial Photography - Power Plant - Bookhorst - East Germany

Picture has been created with a Canon Mark III attached to a RC-Helicopter. I had to fly 500 meters across the field to get as close as possible to the wind turbines. There were a quite a lot of turbulences and in the west, bad weather was coming up. Flight altitude: 70 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Aerial Photography - Power Plant - Bookhorst - East Germany

Picture has been created with a Canon Mark III attached to a RC-Helicopter. I had to fly 500 meters across the field to get as close as possible to the wind turbines. There were a quite a lot of turbulences and in the west, bad weather was coming up. Flight altitude: 70 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Aerial View - Vierwaldstättersee - Luzern - Pilatus - Switzerland

Aerial Photography Picture has been created with a Canon Mark III attached to a GPS positioned RC-Helicopter shortly after sunrise. The panorama has been stitched out of 6 single pictures. The copter had to clime for 500 meters to a final altitude of 1950 meters above sea level. Flight altitude: 1950 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland

What do you do with your mobile phone? Picture has been created with a Nokia 1020 attached to a GPS positioned RC-Helicopter. The panorama has been stitched out of 6 single pictures. The copter had to clime for about 150 to get this aerial shot. Only 2 trains pass this viaduct per hour and the Nokia 1020 can only take one picture every 7 seconds. So if you miss the moment, the train is gone. No Lightroom or Photoshop has been used to edit this picture. All modifications have been done with the Nokia 1020. Flight altitude: 150 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland

What do you do with your mobile phone? Picture has been created with a Nokia 1020 attached to a GPS positioned RC-Helicopter. The copter had to clime for about 150 to get this aerial shot. Only 2 trains pass this viaduct per hour and the Nokia 1020 can only take one picture every 7 seconds. So if you miss the moment, the train is gone. No Lightroom or Photoshop has been used to edit this picture. All modifications have been done with the Nokia 1020.b Flight altitude: 150 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland

What do you do with your mobile phone? Picture has been created with a Nokia 1020 attached to a GPS positioned RC-Helicopter. The panorama has been stitched out of 6 single pictures. The copter had to clime for about 150 to get this aerial shot. Only 2 trains pass this viaduct per hour and the Nokia 1020 can only take one picture every 7 seconds. So if you miss the moment, the train is gone. No Lightroom or Photoshop has been used to edit this picture. All modifications have been done with the Nokia 1020. Flight altitude: 150 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Nokia 1020 - Aerial View - Landwasser Viaduct - Switzerland

What do you do with your mobile phone? Picture has been created with a Nokia 1020 attached to a GPS positioned RC-Helicopter. The panorama has been stitched out of 6 single pictures. The copter had to clime for about 150 to get this aerial shot. Only 2 trains pass this viaduct per hour and the Nokia 1020 can only take one picture every 7 seconds. So if you miss the moment, the train is gone. No Lightroom or Photoshop has been used to edit this picture. All modifications have been done with the Nokia 1020. Flight altitude: 150 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Flying through the cloud cover

Flying through the cloud cover The weather had been pretty bad, lately. So I decided to take make RC-Helicopter to find out, what pictures I could take, flying through the cloud cover. The helicopter needed 4 minutes to reach the final destination, 400 meters above ground and just hovered a couple of meters above the clouds, giving me the possibility to take this picture. On the ground I controlled the helicopter and the camera using the live view of the Canon Mark III. Flight altitude: 400 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)

Flying through the cloud cover

Flying through the cloud cover with a RC-Helicopter The weather had been pretty bad, lately. So I decided to take make RC-Helicopter to find out, what pictures I could take, flying through the cloud cover. The helicopter needed 4 minutes to reach the final destination, 400 meters above ground and just hovered a couple of meters above the clouds, giving me the possibility to take this picture. On the ground I controlled the helicopter and the camera using the live view of the Canon Mark III. Flight altitude: 400 meters Helicopter: Modified Henseleit TDR (GPS controlled)