I’ve been shooting tintypes for almost six years now and love to push the boundaries of what is possible with this slow and difficult photographic process. Taking a tintype from the air was an idea that, years ago, I had shelved as the technology wasn’t there yet. Drones were pretty scarce and the ones I had seen were extremely limited in payload and stability. But this spring I decided to revisit the idea.
A Google search for “drone photography Nashville” led me to Snaproll Media. So I gave them a ring and started a conversation with Ben Linderman, the Director of Marketing aka camera/stabilization guru.
“I’ve got this really idiotic idea and it might be a little difficult…”
To which he responded, “we get that a lot, come down and lets
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