Our First “Pole Photography” Workshop
Community engagement is a huge goal for our project, and one of the ways we plan to achieve that while here is with a series of “Pole Photography” workshops. Pole photography is a fun way to take aerial photos. The best part? No helicopters or satellites needed.
By attaching digital cameras to 20 ft. long fishing rods, you can get some pretty amazing pictures. Our first workshop was last Friday at the Village of Arts and Humanities in Germantown. We set out with 3 fishing rods, 3 cameras, and 13 people. The results were great, and it was so much fun! Check out some of our favorite pictures below.
My favorite take-away from the participants?
“It was like the sky was taking a picture.”