Thanks to Alison Danson for sharing this incredible perspective of our community. She writes: “My husband, John Danson, was flying from Ottawa to Calgary on the morning of February 19th. He looked out his window during take-off and realized they were going right over Stittsville, so he quickly took a picture on his phone, thinking it would be fun if he could get a shot of our house to show our son. It wasn’t until I was going through our photos yesterday that I realized he had actually captured a perfect picture of Stittsville in its entirety!”
Wow. Stittsville photographer/videographer Hien Hoang has done it again, this time with an amazing perspective of the historic Bradley-Craig Farm. (For what it’s worth, we haven’t heard any updates about the development status of the barn.) You can watch it below.
This week, Peter Tremblay from Ottawa Drone Services shares this impressive shot of Sacred Heart High School., taken with a DJI Phantom 3. Tremblay says Transport Canada has given his company a blanket license to commercially drone shoot anything almost anywhere in Ontario.
Here’s another incredible photo from Front Page Media Group, showing the sun setting over Stittsville, taken near Founder Avenue and Cope Drive in the Fernbank area. It was taken using a DJI Inspire 1 drone.
It’s long – over 13 minutes – but it’s a fascinating look at the wetland from a perspective the area. Most of the wetland is far from roads or paths and on private property, so this video gives a unique view. The video starts with a flight heading north west from the Trans Canada Trail towards Hazeldean Road. Continue reading →
Here’s a different perspective on Iber Road. This photo from Front Page Media Group was taken at around 9:00pm on Tuesday night. It’s looking north towards Hazeldean Road. The auto park across from Scotiabank Place is all lit up in the upper-left corner, and the Ottawa River and Gatineau Hills are in the distance in the upper right.
Leon Switzer from Front Page Media Group says that the photo was part of a test shot for their new DJI Inspire 1 drone. He wanted to test the camera quality in lower light in a safe environment.