There’s a feature on the aerial camera that I didn’t think I’d be using, but it came in handy last night.  It’s not really auto pilot, but for a photographer it comes pretty darn close.  The camera can be set to snap a photo every 30 seconds for as long as I want.  So I can concentrate on getting some cool HDR series on the ground while the aerial cam just hovers and snaps away.  I used it last night to shoot an awesome sunset.  I sent it up as the sun was hitting the horizon and just left it there until I was done on the ground.  Pretty cool if you ask me.

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This is my go-to spot for awesome sunsets.  I’ve never been disappointed. | Order a print of this image.

And I did promise that I would reveal what last night’s photo actually was.  Here’s a before/after comparison.




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