There are many things that make this a great photo. What stands out the most is the jet seems to be stationary, and the buildings seem to be moving. The cabin is in focus which I think would not be easy at night.
supper trick and achieved well .
sorry to entering your approach,
why not you try from mid top like this ..http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/photos/2156158/
Simulatorwork :-))) Well done!!! Stunning shot...
I´m looking already 30 min on the picture.... But I still have the same question! HOW? :)
Stunning Shot !
Great shot !!!!!!
Nice shot . Its amazing , are you a commercial pilot .
Super amazing, nicely controlled shot
very cool... a little more vertical motion than I expected in 1s exposure - but looks really cool. :)
So cool! Love all the lights! :) :) :)
stunning shot ! ;)
What a shot! Love it!
WOW!! Amazing shot! I am guessing that its an Airbus A330, right?
This is absolutely incredible!
dang man, that's a pretty awesome shot
wow, pretty amazing and unique shot!
Fantastic capture Ander. Wonderful movement of colors. Best of luck on the assignment
Thanks for your comment, Abu. I like this angle as it is a bit more panoramic. Another reason is it is impossible to fix a Ram mount and I would not like to use a tripod here.
@Christian Waechter Set the camera with a Ram mount fix, cable remote in burst mode. Camera set to Shutter priority with 10 sec exposures. And there it is.
@Dwayne Schnell You are right, Dwayne. In fact it was a 10 sec exposure. For some reason it appears as 1 sec in the details. Thanks.
Thanks Zain, it is an A319.
@Ander Aguirre @Dwayne Schnell With a 10 sec exposure, wouldn't you see more movement in the gages and the hand? It's such an incredible shot and I am always interested in how they are made. #jealous!!!
@Lori v. @Ander Aguirre @Dwayne Schnell Thank you for your kind words. As a matter of fact if you look closely at the instruments,the speed tape and the altimeter, left and right of the artificial horizon are blurred, the rest of the instruments appear too small. Regarding the hands, the thrust levers in Airbus jetliners don`t have any movement when the Autothrust is engaged, therefore the hands appear to be still. The copilot`s right hand instead does show movement as he is manually flying the plane via his sidestick. Rgds.
@Ander Aguirre @Lori v. @Dwayne Schnell So, what you are really saying is, nobody is flying the plane!!! Haha. Thanks for the explanation. I have learned so much on this website. You pic is gorgeous and caught my eye instantly!
@Lori v. @Dwayne Schnell I uploaded a closer crop of the instruments here : https://www.flickr.com/photos/46711590@N03/14457677443/
@Ander Aguirre Just have to say, this photo stream is amazing. I love your work. Now….back to looking at it!
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