aerial film

aerial film

[′e·rē·əl ′film]
(graphic arts)
Specially designed roll film supplied in many lengths and widths, with various emulsion types, for use in aerial cameras.

aerial film

Specially designed roll film supplied in many lengths and widths and with various types of emulsions for use in aerial cameras.
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The business also provides aerial film and photography services to show large areas of land, which could have development potential, or for marketing purposes within real estate.
Using a mixture of aerial film footage shot via a drone and newly created CGI animation, the port's film transitions shows the opportunities that it hopes will bring hundreds of jobs in the next few years.
I fully expect to see some TV reporter up to their waist in a blizzard driven snowstorm somewhere up north, explaining to the incredulous population that "do not drive unless your journey is necessary", and an aerial film of cars and trucks marooned on the motorways.
The aerial film made possible by the drone, DeMocker said, will be shown - with hundreds of similar films shot on Saturday - on a tall screen in the negotiation chambers in Paris when delegates of the global climate summit enter for talks.
An eye-catching aerial film of the disused Log Flume at the Barry Island Pleasure Park sets the tone for many of the other videos in the collection.
It's quite a striking work in the peaceful park setting in south Warwickshire and can be seen alongside paintings in the gallery and an aerial film of the site.
He produced aerial film of burning houses and an area near the village of Izbica where 150 graves have appeared in the past few days.
LHS and Carl Zeiss are the only two suppliers of aerial film cameras in the world.
All photography was taken with black-and-white aerial film. Future plans call for the film photography to be updated with DARMS imagery.
Those of us who tuned into the nightly news will probably never forget aerial film footage of US pilots seemingly slam dunking smart bombs down smoke stacks.
A keen photographer and model helicopter enthusiast, he's turned his hobby into a business and set up as aerial film specialist The Aerial Aspect.

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