When: Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8, 2013\ Where: 2878 Upper Plains Road,Salisbury, Vermont
so we know how many are coming.
LEAFFEST is an open meeting of the Public Lab community to work on environmental tools and share ideas about environmental science and activism. Projects this year will include development of the online tool Infragram.org, characterizing the spectral response of Infragram cameras, aerial photography, and topics yet to be determined.
What: Infragram photography When: Saturday, September 7, 12:30 to 3:30 PM Leader: Chris Fastie Content:
- What is Infragram photography? -- Infrared photography -- Remote sensing roots
- Why do it? -- Reveal plant health or stress -- Discover new applications
- How do you do it? -- Converting cameras - Bring a camera with the IR block filter removed and we will convert it to Infragram! -- White balancing cameras -- Processing photos -- Interpreting photos
- Advanced topics -- Several experienced Infragram developers will be present. What do you want to know from them?
Lodging: there is plenty of room to camp in the yard and surrounding woods, and a some floor space inside.
Food: Food will come from here, so there will be plenty to eat.
Some research notes from LEAFFEST 2012
More details soon.