Origin of aerial images
With origins in 1858, thanks to French balloonist Gaspard-Félix Tournachon, it has evolved from balloons and kites, to drones and airplanes.
What is aerial imagery?
The term aerial imagery refers to all imagery taken from an airborne craft which can include drones, balloons or airplanes.
This bird’s eye view of the world is known as an aerial perspective. By placing ourselves in the air and looking down, we are able to create aerial photographs.
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