Understanding Spatial Resolution with Drones

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“We can get 1cm with our drone!” Have you heard someone in the drone industry say something similar to this? I have, many times. With affordable drones such as the GoPro Karma, and DJI Mavic and Spark becoming accessible to people of all educational backgrounds it makes sense that there is sometimes confusion about what […]

Contributing Expert to The Drone Girl Blog

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The Drone Girl blog is one of the premiere sources of information for drone enthusiasts on the internet. I’m quoted in this article above and will serve as a professional contributor for any future photogrammetry posts they may have questions for.

Mount St. Helens & Columbia Gorge Photography

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Gallery & Prints Here My longtime friend Rachel from my years at Bowdoin visited Emily and I this week before a conference was attending at Skamania Lodge. We picked her up from the airport on Tuesday night and had a wonderful evening catching up with her in our backyard over dinner. She seems to have […]

Photo Tour of the Puget Sound & Olympics

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Full Story with Links & Photos Here Gallery & Prints Here For the long Memorial Day weekend Emily and I decided to take Leo on a road trip. This is a tough time of year as the snow is too deep for any serious mountain backpacking and anything else we could have decided up on […]

Yakima River Canyon Blue Heron Family & Wind Turbine Inspection

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Gallery and Prints Here This week I was invited by BD Aerial to join them on a wind turbine inspection at a wind farm just outside of Elllensburg in Washington. It was a long drive so we decided to leave on Wednesday evening and drive as far as we could to camp before the Thursday […]

Hood River to Rowena Crest

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Gallery & Prints Here With Emily on the coast for girls weekend Eric and I decided to go for a bike ride in the Columbia Gorge. The plan was to ride from Hood River along the Mark Hatfield trail (Mosier Twin Tunnels) through Rowena Crest to the Dalles. The only problem was that we had […]

Ski Mountaineering Photography on the Newton Clark Headwall

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Full story with photos Here. Photos and Prints Here Text below. At 4am on Tuesday I headed up to Mount Hood to meet my buddy Mike D. for our 2nd attempt at skiing the Newton Clark Headwall on Mount Hood, listed as one of the 50 classic ski descents of North America. Last year we […]

International Drone Day 2017

3D Modeling Talk at International Drone Day – Portland, OR

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Owyhee River Rafting

Wild & Scenic Life – Adventure Photography on the Owyhee River

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Full Story with more photos at these links. Text Below. www.TheEllingers.com and here: LinkedIn Article Photos and Prints Here What started off as a random decision to go see our friends Adam and Susan Elliott kick off a 2 year rafting journey at Base Camp Brewing in Portland turned into a 7 day adventure that […]

Robin at Sandy River Delta Park

Sandy River Delta Bird Photography

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Today we took Leo for a walk at Sandy River Delta Park. This park is at the mouth of the Sandy River where it enters the Columbia River. This spring was particularly wet in the Northwest so the Columbia was pretty high and much of the park was flooded. This didn’t deter us from having […]