The NHL has become a popular destination for aerial photographers because of the league’s ability to broadcast live game broadcasts, but what if you can capture the action live and post it on your Instagram feed?
That’s exactly what photographer James Rittenberg and his team at KiteFlyer have been working on.
The company launched their app earlier this month and is using the league as a test bed for its product.
The app is currently available in the Google Play store for $0.99, but you can pick up the Kite flyer for $4.99.
This app is also available for free to users in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.
For now, Kiteflyer only has one major limitation: You can’t use the Kites in the air.
But the company has a lot of ideas for how it can improve its product in the future.
For example, Kites can be used to capture more realistic aerial shots, capturing a more detailed view of a game, and capturing images of players or even a scoreboard.
The app also has a camera that you can use to capture a quick, hands-on video experience.
We’re also interested in seeing how users are responding to the app.
We want to hear from users who are having a positive experience with the app, so we’ve created an open survey to test out the app’s capabilities.
We’ll be using the survey as part of our evaluation process, so keep your eyes peeled for the launch of the Kiting app in the near future.