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Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011
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Kap hkws apeldoorn 2011

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  • 1.
      • Kite Aerial Photography
  • 2. The first aerial pictures Different purposes for taking aerial pictures The equipment of the early days and today My way of KAP
  • 3. The first aerial pictures
  • 4. Gaspard Felix Tournachon (a.k.a. Felix Nadar) French photographer who took the first aerial picture from out his balloon “Le Geant” (“The Giant”) in 1858. source: Wikipedia
  • 5. Arthur Batut French photographer who took the first aerial picture by kite in 1889. This picture was published in his book La photographie aérienne par cerf-volant in 1890. Aerial picture of Labrugière source: Wikipedia
  • 6. Alfred Bernhard Nobel Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator and armaments manufacturer who took the first picture by a rocket carried camera in 1896. source: Wikipedia Alfred Maul German engineer who patented a system to bring camera equipment into the air by a big calibre canon or rocket. The first picture was taken in 1904 .
  • 7. Different purposes for taking aerial pictures
  • 8. Cartography as basis for topographic maps source: Google maps aerial picture of Berlin - Mitte Topographic map of Berlin - Mitte
  • 9. Environmental surveys source: U.S. Geological Survey Greenpeace Oil spill (Exxon Valdez accident) Ocean dumping of liquid chemicals
  • 10. Archeology source: Landesamt für Denkmal- pflege Baden-Württemberg remains of a former Roman estate
  • 11. Military aerial reconnaisance source: Google Earth Airfield Berlin-Tempelhof 1945
  • 12. The equipment of the early days and today
  • 13. The kite
  • 14. The camera
  • 15. My way of KAP Bunker-Archealogy from out the air
  • 16. Dutch machine gun bunker combined with a German bunker and a peace of corridor German bunker for a target search light
  • 17. Overview of the German Sea target battery at Scheveningen source (map): Ambachtsheer: Van Verdediging tot bescherming

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