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Tom H.
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One more from last night. Fuji X-T1, 56 APD.

 

 

One from last night. Coming back from Berlin.

 

Fuji X-T1, 56 1.2 APD, Velvia.

 

 

I liked your pictures but you really won me over with these two

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Nice pictures Tom, we must be working at the very similar office I see.

Here is couple of mine...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheers

Dom

Very nice! Is that the fisheye? And nice plane, is that a 787? Those windows looks very clear. Those in the 330 suck big time :-) way too many lines and spots for wide shots.

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Thanks, indeed I found to be using my new Samyang 12mm almost exclusively in the cockpit, such a fantastic lens!

This is the 787, windows are huge, but it comes with a drawback - they are all slightly curved which creates unwanted picture deformation very often.

 

Fly safe!

Dom

 

Very nice! Is that the fisheye? And nice plane, is that a 787? Those windows looks very clear. Those in the 330 suck big time :-) way too many lines and spots for wide shots.

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Amazing photos Tom! I just came across this article (the cockpit) and this article (the views) of another pilot making photographs from his office and thought of your photos ;-) might be some cool inspiration. Most are wide-angle, small aperture, longer exposure.

 

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Yes, I know him. Very talented guy and he has the best office. A nice big stable 747 with clear windshields. I only wish Airbus windows were as clean and artifact free :-) He has a book that is doing quite well, worth checking out.

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Monrovia, Liberia.

 

A several dozen mile long squall line coming in from the south while on approach into Monrovia, Liberia. The fast moving cloud cover combined with an African sunset makes for some epic views. Too bad a plane can't hover in place so we could enjoy the view a bit longer...

 

Fujifilm X-Pro 2 & XF 35/2.

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Hi Tom,

I enjoyed your series very much. Thank you for sharing. Please keep posting.

 

I did a dream to become a pilot when I was a kid. That dream didn't come true since I'm taking over my family business. I travel from US to HongKong/China 5-6 times a year and I always enjoy those early landings.

 

Best,

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