I know this photo is not up to my normal quality but it was taken 3 metres up in the air.
I have spent a few hours each day over the last few days making a camera crane allowing me to get my camera that high. today is its first test. They are often used for video (see here for my video test) but I think they have lots of applications for photography as well. I am intending among other things to use it for architectural photography to help minimise the distortion you get when you photograph a tall building.

This image is part of my personal photo per day project.
To see the rest of my images go to www.2012inphotos.com.au
Canon 5dmkII EF 17-40 f4.0L

The aim is to take 1 photo a day and publish it on 2012inphotos.com.au

This would be a huge undertaking for most people, but even more so for me. For the last 2 years I have suffered from chronic fatigue (cfs, me, cfids, etc) and while I am far better than I have been, some days I know I won’t be able to get out of bed, many more I won’t leave the apartment

I hope this will assist in my recovery by forcing me out on days when I can manage it, and keeping me creative on days that I can

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  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteabout 2 years ago

    Outstanding capture of great tree David.

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandabout 2 years ago

    Love the pov and the processing mate.

    Clicking the banner takes you to the group….please enjoy it.

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