Above: Jason Finder shows off his raised beds at the DOE Fund, a New York nonprofit organization helping formerly homeless men and women achieve independence and self-sufficiency. Behind him, the famed Rucker Park basketball court.
Below: appreciating the absurd size of a 43' long fishing pole._
Pole aerial mapping above the raised beds at the DOE Fund
The telescoping fishing road worked great to raise the Infragram over the raised beds spread around the edges of the DOE Fund headquarters. The rod+ camera combo is quite portable, and fast to put back up once moving to a new location. It also attracts lots of attention from fishing fans!
My attempt and results
I chose six (6) images from the main garden area to stitch together, saved out a JPG that was less than 5MB, and uploaded it to The NDVI range was good on the resulting image: http://infrapix.pvos.org/show/DOE-Fund-stitch1_small.jpg
I added some white space to the side with the intention of leaving some room for the legen, and reuploaded it to infrapix, but the NDVI scale changed for the worse: http://infrapix.pvos.org/show/DOE-Fund-stitch1_small1.jpg
Questions and next steps
Still getting the hang of Infrapix, but excited!