Leisa and Wendel Atkins of Perfect Perspectives Aerial Photography provide a unique method for capturing aerial images of property and building projects. They utilize radio controlled helicopters with high-resolution digital cameras, enabling them to photograph properties from lower altitudes and in most cases more attractive angles as compared to aerial photography conducted from conventional aircraft.
And their equipment is a bit more expensive and involved than what you’ll find at the local hobby shop, as is their training and certification.
Leisa stopped by my studio a few weeks ago to show me samples of their work. I was very impressed. When I saw her print of the low-altitude print of Dayton’s 5th Street, I knew right away that they had a unique product and service. Check them out.
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Nature's Best: Experience Nature Through the Art of Photography at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
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Date: November 8, 2006
Marketing in the Dayton Area
Join us Wednesday, November 8th to hear Matt Owen, from the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, talk about how the Chamber is dedicated to continuously improving the business environment of the region. Named “Nation’s Best Chamber” in 1998 and first runner-up in 2001 by the National Association of Membership Development, the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce represents more than 3,000 organizations in the multi-county Dayton region. The organization’s vision has not wavered since its founding in 1907 by National Cash Register Founder & President John H. Patterson. From those beginning days to now, the Chamber realizes its vital role as the lead business advocate in our region. Among thousands of initiatives and projects in our almost 100 year history, the Chamber was instrumental in: the adoption of one of the first commission-city manager forms of government in the City of Dayton; the establishment of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; the development of Dayton International Airport; and workforce development initiatives such as the nationally recognized Job Center and the electronic job bank, Nationjob.
Matt Owen, Manager, Marketing and Communications,
Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce November 8, 2006
Date: November 8, 2006
Time: Registration and Networking begins at 11:30 am. Lunch and presentation will begin at 12:00pm Location: Schuster Center (View Map)* (Corner of Second and Main St., FREE parking at the corner of Second and Ludlow)
Cost: Members $22, Non-members $36, Students $16 Registration: Click here* to register.
Registration deadline is Noon, Monday, November 6, 2006
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