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 From where are aerial photographys taken?

Answer The air. A craft that can be in the air is usually used (couldn't use a ship eh?) such as an aeroplane or helicopter. During the first world war airships and reconnaissance balloons were used. W... Read More »
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Advantages and disadvantages of an aerial vertical photo and an aerial tilted photograph?

It all depends on what it is you're trying to do. Aerial vertical gives you the "direct down" view, so that you get an undistorted view from above straight down. Or at least as undistorted as the l... Read More »
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My free view box doesn't work on my TV because I don't have an aerial on my house would an indoor aerial work?

It is unlikely that an indoor aerial will deliver a signal to drive a Freeview receiver. Digital television demands a good quality signal in order to decode it correctly. A poor analog signal would... Read More »
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How to Do an Aerial?

An aerial is an interesting looking trick that is a cartwheel without any hands. Be sure to use supervision until you get the hang of it.
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