BALTIMORE (WJZ)– From your couch, to a kayak, you can now explore nearly all of the Chesapeake’s waterways online, all thanks to a Maryland non-profit, bringing conservation into the 21st century.
A pontoon has traversed and photographed thousands of miles of Chesapeake Shoreline, documenting the view from the water in an unprecedented way. Continue reading Custom Boat With 6 Cameras Shows Unique Perspective of Md. Watersways
This summer the James River, all 340 miles of it, will be photographed Richmond-based Terrain 360 and Outside Adventure. On May 8, the boat dubbed the “Photohantas,” floated around the James River boat landing just north of the swinging bridge at Twin Rivers Outfitters. Busy with kayaks and fishermen in canoes, the river season is already in full swing in Buchanan even on a Thursday at noon.
Using a circular camera set-up featuring 7 millimeter fisheye lenses and camera perched atop a pole, the river will be photographed and sent to Amazon Cloud to have the film put together. Continue reading Terrain 360 will be first to photograph the entire James River
Internet users around the world can now experience the beauty of Acadia National Park through Terrain360.com, an innovative website that allows people to explore outdoor destinations through interactive maps and 360-degree images.
Photographers from Terrain360 — a Virginia-based company — visited Acadia at the end of July to document several popular trails in the park, and the results were launched on Terrain360.com this week. Continue reading Acadia trails launched on interactive trail website Terrain360