Monday 20 May 2013 02:14 UTC
Photos are welcome on any forum but if you have any you would like to post just as a 'Wow!' or 'Gosh!' factor here's where you can do it. 800x600 max preferred and jpgs only.
All the pictures are amazing, I cannot even pick a favorite one. It must take one much skill to be able to create such photography - I think that aerial photography may be considered a separate outstanding form of art.
Having seen your photos I'm going to have to try taking some photos using the DV window at the weekend. I'll let you know how you get on as I suspect I'l have questions about lenses and shutter speeds etc etc etc!
Slightly off topic, but do you own the Airvan, as I walk past it most days on the walk over to the office, but I don't think I've ever spotted it in the air?
The main thing is reducing vibration find a smooth power setting if its fixed pitch normally quite a high RPM 2500 or low area 2000 rpm works well. Keep the camera away from touching anything keep it out of the wind moving the seat back a bit will help in keeping your back away from the back of the seat back this will stop most of the vibration that will affect photos.
The Airvan's not mine its gone to the USA now.
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Oxford City Football club just off the northern bypass at Marston. Other pitches are netball, complex has only just been finished.
Roundabout(known as Tescos Roundabout) shows corner of BMW Mini works in Bottom left.
Got a feeling I should know the last one, and will prob90 kick myself
Superb pics as usual. I have aerials of many of those subjects but they look carp. I'll have to make more effort or get myself a decent camera of course.
Mine is a Fuji with a 20x optical zoom which I thought might be a reasonable compromise. Perhaps it's the nut behind the viewfinder wot is carp.
CPL IMC FI (A) and registering 9 on the bolometer.
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