|Quoting Rindt (reply 2):|
50mm side on is the ONLY way to photograph an airplane, period.
|Quoting Bronko (reply 8):|
Fortunately, most photogs don't adhere to your 50mm rule. Wouldn't that be boring.
|Quoting Bronko (reply 15):|
Isn't a beautiful woman best viewed from many different angles and perspectives? It would be a shame if supermodels were only photographed while sitting in a chair, and from their side.
|Quoting Skyline (reply 7):|
I still remember back to 1995 there's a website promoted something called "10 rules of Airliner Photography" which states only 50mm with main-gear-line-up full framing using a Kodachrome KM25 (or KR64 if you can't get KM) under a lower sun light no cloudes in the background.... etc. is acceptable.
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