Welcome to the December
2019 page for Island Images. The three pictures above are not new
ones, but go back to the days when I first started doing aerial photography
with a drone, five years ago now. My IOM photo website itself
has in fact been running for over twenty years so I think it's time for
a bit of a review and I'd like you, my visitors to help out with it.
In its early days I used to have a guest book available on the site and
visitors would often leave comments, but it became 'spammed' so much that
I had to take it down. So, for December 2019 only I have set up a
special email account and I would really like it if you you just take a
couple of minutes to drop a comment, suggestion or criticism to it.
If it gets the response I hope, I won't be able to reply to your emails,
but I would really appreciate them! The address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's not a survey as such, just say what you want, I'm looking forward
to hearing from you!
I went back to the Marine
Drive yesterday morning to so some aerial photography in the Little Ness
area and also to re-visit the Port Wallberry natural rock arch, but this
time with the Phantom 4 which has far superior proximity sensors that the
Spark that I had used on Sunday, hopefull enabling me to get lower and
closer. I was also flying from a different location which gave me
better visual sighting of both the aircraft and the obsticles. DJI
Phanton 4 Pro 3/12/19
As it's December, I
thought a trip to the beach would be appropriate! I went late yesterday
afternoon, arriving about an hour before sunset. Although it was
initially a bit dull and overcast, I was rewarded by an absolutely amazing
sunset. Aerial and ground level pictures.
DJI Spark & Panasonic