Friday, December 9

Airplane Cell Phone Photography

I'm traveling again this week to photograph deer in Texas, for an outdoor organization.  I never tire of sitting by a window and making images of another world above ours.  Here I included this General Electric 28,000 pounds of thurst motor and the clouds beyond.  To get a decent image out the window of an aircraft, hold the lens in a clean spot against the window.  Later add contrast to clean up the bluryness caused by photographing through the window. Commercial airlines have two layers of glass.  Plexiglas on the inside and standard glass on the outside. Be sure to put your phone in "airplane mode" and choose "sports" to get the best results.  Enjoy your airplane photography!  Mark. 

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