Meet Elevated Element, a Husband and Wife Drone Team

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Meet Elevated Element, a Husband and Wife Drone Team
Photo: Elevated Element
Photo: Elevated Element

I had the pleasure of meeting Terry and Belinda Kilby of Elevated Element at the Drone & Aerial Robotics Conference (DARC) this past weekend. Check out the conference’s write up of Terry and Belinda’s work:

Terry and Belinda Kilby are the duo behind Elevated Element, a project dedicated to drone aerial photography. The Kilby’s have spent the past few years capturing beautiful and iconic landscapes from an aerial perspective.

We’d like to present a few examples of their work and a few words from the Kilby’s on how they achieved these spectacular shots. If you’re interested in finding out more about the Kilby’s, Elevated Element and aerial photography, come check out the Aerial Photography Working Group at DARC! The Kilby’s will be debuting their first book, Drone Art: Baltimore, a photo collection capturing Charm City.

Read the full article on DARC’s website.

6 thoughts on “Meet Elevated Element, a Husband and Wife Drone Team

  1. SaluteIncontra Elemento sopraelevato, un marito e moglie squadra Drone | Salute says:

    […] Terry e Belinda Kilby sono il duo dietro Elemento sopraelevato, un progetto dedicato al drone fotografia aerea. […]

  2. ensonguncelhaber says:

    Prepared a good project.

  3. Other Ten Percent » Other Ten Percent 10/17/13 says:

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Andrew Terranova is an electrical engineer, writer and author of How Things Are Made: From Automobiles to Zippers. Andrew is also an electronics and robotics enthusiast and has created and curated robotics exhibits for the Children's Museum of Somerset County, NJ and taught robotics classes for the Kaleidoscope Enrichment in Blairstown, NJ and for a public primary school. Andrew is always looking for ways to engage makers and educators.

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