photo-rig

<p>To take aerial photos, you need to attach your camera to a balloon, kite, pole, or whatever! Try the "standard" <a href="https://publiclab.org/notes/mathew/02-22-2017/rubber-band-and-pet-bottle-camera-rig">rubber band rig</a>, the venerable <a href="/wiki/soda-bottle-rig">soda bottle rig</a>, or the <a href="https://publiclab.org/notes/warren/02-21-2017/build-a-juice-bottle-based-rig-to-carry-two-cameras">juice jug rig</a>.</p> <p><img src="https://publiclab.org/system/images/photos/000/019/000/large/4379348439_08a29014b8.jpg" alt="image description"></p> <p>(above image via @mathew in <a href="https://publiclab.org/notes/mathew/02-22-2017/rubber-band-and-pet-bottle-camera-rig">this post</a>)</p> <h2>Activities</h2> <p>Not all #photo-rig designs have been adapted into activities, but here are number that have been started:</p> <p>[activities:photo-rig]</p> <hr> <h2>Questions</h2> <p>[questions:photo-rig]</p> <p><img src="https://publiclab.org/system/images/photos/000/019/611/large/Screen_Shot_2017-02-21_at_5.07.48_PM.png" alt="image description"></p> <p>(above image via @mathew in <a href="https://publiclab.org/notes/mathew/02-22-2017/rubber-band-and-pet-bottle-camera-rig">this post</a>)</p>

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