Scott Haefner is a well renown KAPer, hence taking images from kites, be they still or panoramic. As always – and as usual – I fell in love for a specific one, which depicts Slains castle, which is considered as being the castle that had inspired Bram Stoker’s figure of Dracula, but his portfolio is impressive and ever growing.
Scott has been fascinated by capturing the world through the lens of a camera since he was a child and his passion is visible either within any shot or within the list of awards received for his contributions to the advancement in the field of Kite Aerial Panographies. In this issue of Vrmag he kindly shares a bunch of KAPed images taken all around the world. Scott was recently granted access to the top section of the Berkeley Campanile, to shoot aerials which will be used in the Law school’s brochure for prospective students.