Pictures of the ground taken from high altitudes belong to what is often called as aerial photography. All kinds of platforms may be employed here; from kites, poles and parachutes to helicopters, dirigibles, balloons and planes. The history of this type of photography business started in the mid-19th century France with the balloonist Gaspard Felix Tournachon. In time, all kinds of motion picture cameras were mounted on aircraft, especially for the army and security purposes.
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