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This is an activity, open to all ages and abilities (subject to appropriate supervision) that is relaxing, fun and places one in the landscape in a unique way. What is it? KAP stands for Kite Aerial Photography and was invented … Continue reading
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Following Mike LeDuc’s advice I fitted a tracking bridle: This centres the sleeve perfectly. Does a much better job than the tension balancing clip. There are some friction losses to see to, the trusty rubber-bands rub in places and … Continue reading
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A very affordable stabiliser for RC ‘planes fitted to a rig as tilt axis stabilisation. The first segment is at 0.25x speed so the action of the gyro is (just) visible. I used the elevator channel with the ‘pitch’ gain … Continue reading
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Where this comes from I do not know but I found this photographic style via Reddit. One of the great joys of KAP is to find the everyday patterns in things. The actual definition of knolling is “the process of … Continue reading
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Cambridge (Grontabricc in the 2nd edition Ordnance Survey map of Britain in the Dark Ages extract below) is straddled by 3 large, ancient, earthworks. To the South the Heydon Ditch, to the East the Fleam Dyke and to the North … Continue reading
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The depiction of slope by hachure shading is a cartographic convention that dates back to the Austrian cavalry officer Johann Georg Lehmann who, in 1799, devised a system for the rapid military mapping of terrain by field drawing. It has … Continue reading