Dronescape exhibited in MA show at Plymouth College of Art

My Dronescape project exploring the use of drone photography to map the East and West Looe rivers was brought to a conclusion this week with the exhibition of the work as part of the Masters Show at Plymouth College of Art.

Dronescape has explored the courses of the rivers, from their sources at the heads of the valleys, to where they join in Looe before meeting the sea. Produced over the course of 8 months through winter, spring and summer the 30 images have been sequenced into a book displayed at the exhibition, along with a series of printed images that explore the development of the urban environment. An updated selection of imagery, shown in the book can be seen here.

The most recent image of East Looe, displayed as a panoramic print at the exhibition, has been produced using photogrammetry, combining multiple drone captured images to produce high resolution photographic mapping. Already being used extensively for a variety of commercial and industrial applications, I am interested to explore how this form of imaging can be used creatively to provide new perspectives on the landscape. 

The MA Showcase is on at Plymouth College of Art until September 29th. For more information see:


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