Lake Oswego photographer Clifford Paguio's latest drone photos show dramatic progress over the past week

CLIFFORD PAGUIO/FOR THE REVIEW - Nov. 9, 2015: Looking north and west from the corner of First Street and Evergreen Road.CLIFFORD PAGUIO/FOR THE REVIEW - Nov. 9, 2015: Looking southeast from A Avenue and Second Street.CLIFFORD PAGUIO/FOR THE REVIEW - Nov. 9, 2015: Looking straight down on the Wizer Block, where much of the parking structure and shops along Second Street have been removed.With deconstruction and demolition now underway, The Review is partnering with Lake Oswego photographer Clifford Paguio to produce a visual record of the Wizer Block’s transformation from 1950s-era shopping center to a mixed-use development with homes, offices and shops.

Paguio, a certified nursing assistant and longtime landscape photographer, took up drone photography three years ago as a hobby “to show people different angles and perspectives of the landscape.” The DJI Phantom Vision Plus quadcopter he uses captures high-definition, 1080p videos and 14-megapixel stills; its stabilization technology produces stunningly clear, sharp images and smooth, graceful moving shots.

Paguio will return frequently to the Wizer Block to record the project’s progress in still photos and on video. Watch for them on, at and in the pages of The Review.

His latest video is also available on YouTube:

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