|Quoting hotplane (Reply 5):|
The various run-ins with security over the years have not helped matters
|Quoting Flyingfox27 (Reply 4):|
I guess that will settle the arguments once and for all then, i think the constant bikering between enthusiasts telling people that they cant photograph there (i got told once quite rudely too) then the ones that told me off go and do exatly what i was doing has now made the authorities now put a blanket fence to stop us all now, quite sad really but its all of our fault, if we just acted friendly to each other and kept secret it may have not come to this.
|Quoting NASCARAirforce (Reply 14):|
What about that location (forgot the name of the street) where the planes fly really low over the houses? Isn't there a park there and is that still ok to shoot from?
|Quoting hotplane (Reply 16):|
But it's no good there as you're right underneath them
|Quoting spencer (Reply 25):|
There used to be a great supplier of telescopic ladders/steps. They reduced to the size of a bagged tripod. The legs even folded together, not like the ones available today where only the steps fold down to the bottom.
|Quoting JakTrax (Reply 23):|
they solve so many aviation photography issues.