teopilot From Italy, joined Jul 2010, 548 posts, RR: 1 Posted (4 years 5 months 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 3471 times:
Hello Airlines.net people!
This time I want to know good techniques and advices in order to take good cockpit shots with a reflex (I'll take a FR flight in two weeks).
I used to take shots with my compact digital camera: it did all for me... it' boring, after all!
Now I've got a reflex camera, and I suppose to use it to take my first good cockpit shot, if I'll be let to...
what about the shot mode? (auto, P, shutter priority, aperture priority,manual etc.)
what about the diaphragm to be used ( I suppose a bit closed, in order to have the maximum focal depth possible)
what about the flash?
what about the point to focus? ( you probably know that cockpits are not good places to take photos sometimes... i.e.: sometimes light coming from the windows is very strong... so, do I have to focus on a panel, in order not to make all the rest darker?)
please, add you experience... I want to learn more about it!
I want to have a cockpit shot approved here!!! :P
teopilot From Italy, joined Jul 2010, 548 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (4 years 5 months 3 days 15 hours ago) and read 3434 times:
Quoting viv (Reply 1): Expose for the outside and use a flash
ok... but, will the instruments be bright or will they be dark? ( to upload here, I need that LCD instuments like the ones of airbus or B737NG are the same as they look at our eyes... I say this because I tried before with flash in cockpit, but the results were horrible: black screens... but I have to say that the camera was a compact one...)