At Easter 2007 an impromptu Aerial Photography Workshop took place in Tumut using a specially adapted XT-912 microlight.
Tumut situated at the Northern end of the Snowy Mountains with its vast wilderness area’s and National Parks is ideal location for aerial photography.
Between two of us - Trent Brown and myself - we made a number of flights with the intention of taking photographs from the air.
Back in the hangar, discussion took place about the both technical and artistic aspects of taken photographs. They were also processed on site and viewed on a good quality LCD screen on photographic computer station.
Those few days over Easter proved that concept of aerial photography using my trike was a feasible idea.