week3-Aerial Photography-and-color-mixing-handouts

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So, let’s do some Image Analysis And now, in groups again, let’s interpret this one. Not only what is it, but how do you know what it is ? What skills do you employ? Source: DigitalGlobe Finally… what are these figures showing? The First Photograph The first photograph was obtained by Joseph Nicephore Niepce of his French estate courtyard in 1827. The exposure lasted 8 hours and used an emulsion of Bitumen of Judea (a kind of asphalt). Jensen, 2000 First Aerial Photograph The first known aerial photograph was obtained by Gaspard Felix Tournachon (Nadar) from a tethered balloon 1,700- ft. above Paris, France in 1858. Jensen, 2000 Balloon Intrepid Intrepid being inflated during the Civil War battle of Fair Oaks on June 1, 1862 using Thaddeus S. C. Lowe’s portable hydrogen generating system. Jensen, 2000
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Balloon Intrepid Intrepid tethered during the Civil War battle of Fair Oaks on June 1, 1862. Jensen, 2000 Balloon Photography Oblique aerial photograph of downtown Boston obtained by Samuel A. King and J. W. Black from a balloon at an altitude of 1,200 ft. on October 13, 1860. First aerial photograph taken from a captive balloon in the United States. Jensen, 2000 9 In 1903, Julius Neubronner patented a breast-mounted camera for carrier pigeons that weighed only 70 grams. A squadron of pigeons is equipped with light- weight 70-mm aerial cameras. Pigeons Jensen, 2000 Oblique aerial photograph of a European castle obtained from a camera mounted on a carrier pigeon. The pigeon’s wings are visible. Pigeons Jensen, 2000 11 Motor Driven Heavier-Than-Air Aircraft The first flight by man with a motor driven, heavier-than-air machine at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina December 17, 1903. The pilot was Wilbur Wright. 12 Curtiss AH-13 Pilot and aerial photographer with a Graflex aerial reconnaissance camera in 1915. Jensen, 2000
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US 8th Air Force B- 17 Flying Fortress over Berlin, Germany in World War II. Aerial photographs capture bombs from the unseen B-17 crash through the port horizontal stabilizer. B-17 Flying Fortress Jensen, 2000 Boeing B-29 and Photogrammetric Equipment Getting ready to obtain aerial photography of a nuclear weapons test at Bikini Atoll on July 25, 1946. Jensen, 2000 Bikini Atoll Aerial photography of a nuclear weapons test at Bikini Atoll on July 25, 1946. Jensen, 2000 SR-71 Lockheed SR-71 reconnaissance aircraft. It can fly at >70,000 ft. above sea level and achieve airspeeds >2,000 m.p.h. .
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