For years I have felt limited by the physical location (if only I could be 100 yards over there and or 50 feet in the air). The answer to that is a drone. This was the first real flight I was all alone for quite a while then all hell broke loose. A train blowing its horn came then cars came with some pretty rough looking guys and then the wind. I had the drone set up to take a series of 5 bracketed images, but with all the chaos (the drone drifting, getting used to the controls, getting attention...etc.) I was rapid fire and I think I cut off the sequence and only got a couple of images. Luckily it was 5:00pm or so and the lighting was OK and I was able to use a single exposure. I have yet to attempt an HDR with the drone. I shot down and had to correct for vertical distortion a problem I have had when shooting up at a building this is a first (shooting down). I shot down to emphasize the sign on top of the building. I have shot this building in the past in the post Crockett HDR in those images the puddles and the train cars are emphasized.
This second image was shot midway up the building and required no correction for distortion was required.
This is my first video best viewed in 1080HD and Full Screen.