It was too blustery to fly the drone on Sunday evening over on Walney Island, so despite the wind chill I tried something for the first time – a 360° photograph taken from the megamast. However, because of the wind I didn’t dare raise the camera to the full nine metres! The straight down photograph is the tricky one as the mast legs are in view. You have to move the mast to the side and lean the camera across to get the shot. It still needed touching up, but I don’t think you can see where. A car drove past and it ended up with half of it in view so that needed editing out too. I don’t think it ended up too shoddily!

Biggar Bank, Walney Island – 360° Photograph on Aerial Artwork’s Round.Me Gallery

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