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  1. KAP Jasa

    Old school in a hi-tech world

    Hi all! Here is a short article on Medium about subtle differences using an old-school kite or an uber-tech drone for aerial photography. With some kite aerial photos, of course :-)
  2. KAP Jasa

    How to bend them regulations - with an unusual "drone"

    true. trees eat kites and water destroys cameras. but powerlines, they be scary. no flying over roads, houses, powerlines - unless it is absolutely necessary. ;-)
  3. KAP Jasa

    An article on kite aerial photography

    No! It's fun - you just need a different / larger / better kite ... ;-)
  4. KAP Jasa

    An article on kite aerial photography

    thanks! :-) hmmmm ... strange. this is hardly "my" site - if you refer to Medium.com the online publishing platform - and the site in my signature is hosted on wix.com - so no danger there either, I think.
  5. KAP Jasa

    An article on kite aerial photography

    There is an article on Medium I'd like to share with you: "A View from a kite". It's about the hows and whys about kite aerial photography; how it compares with drones and other aerial photography platforms, some experience, info and tips. Hope you find it interesting ... ;-)
  6. KAP Jasa

    How to bend them regulations - with an unusual "drone"

    :-) ... yeah, it's not for the faint of heart - at least the first couple of flights (and every time the wind stops for a moment).
  7. KAP Jasa

    How to bend them regulations - with an unusual "drone"

    I'm sorry, I see I sounded a bit snappy and didn't intend it ... Of course there are rules and regulations regarding kites (almost) everywhere. However, those are less strict compared to drones - and are less strictly enforced. As far I've observed, people are getting ever more annoyed by...
  8. KAP Jasa

    How to bend them regulations - with an unusual "drone"

    Well ... then it won't fly. :-)
  9. KAP Jasa

    How to bend them regulations - with an unusual "drone"

    Well ... maybe. The kite is technically unsteerable - it flies as it wants. However, it can't crash (well, it can, but not as spectacular, and even if the wind completely stops, it functions as a giant parachute) and it can't wreak havoc if the controls fail. True, there are serious limitations...
  10. KAP Jasa

    How to bend them regulations - with an unusual "drone"

    Really? Why? I mean - there are rules and regulations about kids flying kites in the US?
  11. KAP Jasa

    How to bend them regulations - with an unusual "drone"

    Hello! I've been reading complaints about tight drone regulations, restricting and even prohibiting flying almost everywhere (and especially in cool places). Perhaps there is a way around them. Use a kite! A kite large enough can lift up to 5 kilos. With a simple rig you point your camera...
  12. KAP Jasa

    Hello from Ljubljana, Slovenia

    :-))) thanks ... here is a plan for this type of kite
  13. KAP Jasa

    Hello from Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Hi everyone! We are two kite aerial photography enthusiasts from Ljubljana, taking photos from the air in a most natural, organic and gluten-free way: with a kite. We are currently using four different single line kites (each suitable for different wind conditions) for lifting two cameras, a...
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