Glorianna Davenport and Gershon Dublon hosted a mapping meetup at Tidmarsh Farms, as part of an ongoing of the area this past Saturday. We did a huge amount of balloon mapping and I wanted to share the results. There are thousands of images, 12GB worth, so I'm going to use the guidelines here to share them via BitTorrent. Here is the link:
Learn how to download the images here and contact me (via comments) if it doesn't work; I'll keep mine online for a few weeks but after that they'll be harder to get a hold of.
I've put the images up on MapMill now, and you can sort them here:
We're still figuring out how to post-process these images into NDVI-like data on plant productivity, but most of the work is going on at the infrared discussion list, so join in there. Here are some nice previews and attempts to process NDVI using Infragram Sandbox:
Standard NDVI didn't work so well on this set, so the above NDVI was a variant using
((R-B)/(R+B)-0.14)*-1440 in the Hue field of the HSV input on Infragram Sandbox. Basically it just heightened the contrasts so you could see differentiation.
The Lippincotts, who stopped by to check out the mapping progress (and brought some much-needed supplies like grapes and granola bars -- thanks!) send in some photos as well:
Here are some more Infragram processed images: