Focus on Photography

Aerial Photography

Photos taken from the air may be used to document the terrain below, get a bird's eye view of construction in process, or record objects in flight. Aerial photographers have found many creative ways to get their cameras aloft. They may shoot from airplanes, helicopters, balloons, kites or even remotely controlled flying models.

88 examples at instantshift.com
Aerials Only Gallery
Aerial Photography at UC Berkley
Archiving Data
Kite Aerial Photography
NASA

Oblique Specialists
Remote Sensing
SPACE.com
terraserver
U.S. Geological Survey
University of Oregon Library

Early aerial photographs of Britain salvaged and published online

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