|Quoting NZ107 (Reply 10):|
And please stop making silly assumptions like that. T
Flo's just stirring the pot a little bit.
|Quoting ghajdufi (Reply 11):|
I really liked the side-on too but with the invaluable help of Paul I eventually uploaded this shot:
The 3/4 view is much better - it shows that lovely wing-flex so well.
I can't wait to see the 787 sometime soon without having to jump on a plane and fly halfway across the world. My job doesn't require international travel, so any travel I do is funded by me - and hence is quite costly. My only trip coming up is to Paris.
|Quoting INNflight (Reply 3):|
Great stuff Chris, lovely light you had there - I'm dying to come back!
We'd love to have you back here - with better weather than the last time. I seem to remember that afternoon the light faded very quickly, we both ended up with photos that had horrible green light or we had planes park in front with the APU running.
Now the desalination plant works are progressing, all of the construction at the end of RWY07/25 at Sydney has finished, there are no more pipes and Barton Park is no longer a wild jungle. So you can get easy access for great photo ops that were previously quite difficult:
Just a shame 35mm cameras need minimum 500mm or 600mm lenses (or 800mm) for some photos. 400mm+1.7x TC was only just adequate yesterday and even then I had to crop some photos. After taking those, I realised I could have gotten a better location still for a better angle - but that's for next time.