Sunday, May 8, 2011

Long Exposure Shots of Airline Takeoffs and Landings

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San Francisco International Airport between 10 PM and 11 PM on July 17th, 2009. Image credit

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15 comments:

  1. amazing so amazing

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  2. Excelente noticia!! Thx x la informacion facilitada, y seguir asi ya que es una pagina estupenda y gracias a ella estamos al dia.

    pd:Salu2 desde Ofertas ADSL Vodafone.

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  3. Isn't the inclination shown very steep ??

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  4. @Ashish: The steep inclination is a result of two factor - angle of view, and extreme telephoto lens which caused the perspective to get compressed.

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  5. Average at best.

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  6. should be around a 3 degree glide slope.

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  7. muy interesante y guapo el trabajo!comparto!

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  8. sorry for this stupid and naive question, but ... where's the plane???

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  9. Compressed by the telephoto lens? I know nothing about photography, but that's too bad as I LOVE planes and I would have preferred an accurate rendition of reality... Before I read the comment, I was simply assuming that there were more take-offs than landings as the only thing that lands at a 45 degree angle is the space shuttle! Gotta go look up exactly how this telephoto thingies works...

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