Kite Aerial Photography demonstration in San Francisco this Sunday
One of the world's foremost KAP practicioners, Cris Benton (check out
his awesome aerial photos at http://arch.ced.berkeley.edu/kap), will
be demonstrating his gear and methods in San Francisco this Sunday,
May 23, 2004 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, at Crissy Field Center, Mason
St. at Halleck in Presidio National Park (www.crissyfield.org). This
is a beautiful, windy location on the SF Bay (as well as one of the
most famous windsurfing beaches in the world). Please call
415-561-7752 to register and/or for info and directions.
Here is the blurb:
Kite Aerial Photography and Ecosystem Exploration
Want to take pictures from the air, but can't afford the helicopter
ride? Let world-renowned kite aerial photographer, Cris Benton of CNN,
Bay Area Backroads, and Exploratorium fame show how it can be done
with just a camera and a kite. Learn the history and techniques of
kite photography, then help Cris fly his camera high above the park to
capture environmental perspectives as only low-impact kite photography
can. Take home a CD of your aerial photos.
Sunday; May 23; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Ages: Adults & families with children age 8 and up
Fee: $12 per adult/$8 per child*
*pre-registration required. Call 415-561-7752 to preregister.
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