Afternoon flight over local art museum in the neighborhood with cool architecture.
I went for a walk in the neighborhood with my drone, fully charged batteries and empty memory card in the backpack. I ended up launching the drone near the seashore at Høvikodden on a rocky sort of beach a bit away from the path where other people walked and did their afternoon exercise. From here I could fly above the treetops, look out over the ocean and take a quick flight over a nearby art museum with cool architecture rarely seen from above.
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The building was much bigger than I initially thought and 120 m which are the maximum allowed flying height is actually not much. So I quickly found that taking one snapshot from above the building was impossible. I managed to capture a few of the amphitheater and interesting smaller buildings from above which you can see from the footage below.
The picture showing the whole building is made up of several pictures, manually taken, and stitched together in Photoshop afterward.
I haven’t figured out how to automatically do this kind of straight down panorama picture my setting waypoints but I think there is an app for that. Ordinary horizontal and spherical panoramas can be done with easy straight from the DJI Go 4 app.
Other artworks are placed in nature around the art museum. One with a few stone blocks resembles houses that lies in the water was quite cool. I wonder if anyone else has done drone photography of them before? Please let me know. Share, comment and use the pictures if you want. Have a nice day.