South China Sea, 25th May 2008: Having realised I was flying on a busy aerial highway, I switched to a telephoto lens to ID the next passing plane.
With a reasonably fast shutter speed, I was able to keep the lens pressed against the window surface even though there was vibration.
For an unobstructed view, I sat on the last seat of the Airbus to get as far from the wing as possible.
The down side:
plenty of noises from the washrooms and you can't lower the seat to sleep when you are done with your aerial photography.
See more pics: Photographing An Oncoming Plane | Aerial View Of KLCC
Exposure Info: Olympus E-3, ISO 200, f4, 1/2000 sec
Photograph, title & caption by & copyright © 2008 TV SMITH
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