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Monday, March 2, 2009

Aerial Views

In the past, I have posted pictures taken from the air with my personal camera, but for this post I thought I would show you what kind of imagery I acquire for work.  Below are the actual photos acquired by our DMC (Digital Mapping Camera) flying at an altitude of 9,200 ft. AGL (Above Ground Level) over the Virginia Beach, VA area.  The images are shown in "false color," that is, instead of viewing a RBG (Red, Blue, Green) composite, the green band has been replaced with the near infrared band, which makes the vegetation appear "red."  I also posted a few pictures of some of the airplanes we fly in.








1 comments:

Tim said...

Are you in the red and didn't give me a phone call!!??!!