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| A visitor from Brazil posted Tue April 24, 2012:|
You did justice to this lady with this superb shot, my friend, capturing her when she shows her power, grace and unmatched elegance. It's a work of art, this shot of yours, awe-inspiring, specially for a long-time 747 fan like me. Thank you!
| A visitor from France posted Sat January 7, 2012:|
Another great shot. How did you get permission to get in front of it?
| A visitor from Canada posted Mon October 11, 2010:|
Besides the jetblast/exhaust heat, check out the angle of the shadows from the poles on the ground in comparison to the shadows from the a/c. Rudder shawdow for example! I just wish you would tell us what equipment you used Daniel and if you got permission prior to flying in the vicinity?
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue October 27, 2009:|
WOW!thats amazing! you cant find pictures better than that!!!!!!! yeah!
| A visitor from - posted Thu October 1, 2009:|
I am very sure of having seen an almost similar photograph of a SQ B747-400, again shot from a Cessna.
| A visitor from United States posted Sun June 21, 2009:|
Very good composition!
| A visitor from Australia posted Sat June 13, 2009:|
Great! i'm only 11 and i love that photo! question did you have to get special permission to get that close?
| A visitor from United States posted Sat May 16, 2009:|
That is awesome to see! I am an Air Traffic Controller at SoCal TRACON and I have often wondered what those transition guys see and feel while transitioning over the final appproach course! 5 stars!
| A visitor from Canada posted Sun December 28, 2008:|
Right Place, Right Time
| A visitor from United States posted Tue October 28, 2008:|
This photo looks like it was made for a film as how close the aircraft looks in the shot.
| A visitor from Kuwait posted Mon October 13, 2008:|
B-r-a-v-o dude.its just simply the best
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 6, 2008:|
| A visitor from United States posted Mon July 28, 2008:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed June 18, 2008:|
A complete photo that gives a lot of details of physics
stress a plane goes trough
+ an amazing shot
| A visitor from - posted Mon June 9, 2008:|
a lot of condensation
| A visitor from United States posted Sun December 2, 2007:|
You take great photos-- because they're taken with the right amount of light and a good angle. Nice wing flex!
| A visitor from Mexico posted Sat August 18, 2007:|
Very elegant contrast between white and grey colours, and de thrust behind de wings shows you the power of those engines!! excellent photo!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed August 8, 2007:|
Wow, this is probably my favourite picture so far on this website. Awesome!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri January 26, 2007:|
I love this photo. Perfect. Very much like those Sam Chui aerial shots. 5 stars!!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu January 4, 2007:|
Even it was a difficult picture to make, the simplicity and contrast of the 747 with the background strikes me :) Great job!
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed August 23, 2006:|
Beutiful shot, shows the mihty size of this beast keep em comin man
| A visitor from United States posted Sun July 23, 2006:|
Indeed, a great picture. The gamble paid off. This is probably the best and most creative Aviation picture ever.
| A visitor from Australia posted Thu June 15, 2006:|
I cannot believe people think this is fake. They obviously have no idea what they are looking at. The blurriness is from the engines. Its a masterful shot and one to be very proud of.
| A visitor from Australia posted Thu June 15, 2006:|
It looks like you are suspended in air with the aircraft. Its very up close and personal, so to speak.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon May 22, 2006:|
Beautifully sharp, lovely shot, typical of the aero postcards taken during w.w.2 but the plane appears static purhaps a slight blur on the background or even around the plane would not come amiss. but i like it
| A visitor from India posted Sun May 21, 2006:|
Check out the view beyond expectation
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat May 20, 2006:|
What abt wake turb ?
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon March 20, 2006:|
It is not a photoshop.i can gaurantee that. The bluriness is caused by the 'haze' from the engines. Is it me or does the wingflex make it look so much like an A340. It is a very impresive shot.
| A visitor from Canada posted Fri March 10, 2006:|
Photoshop? A Fake? No my friends this is an awesome shot taken by flying too close for comfort. The blur is exhaust haze of those mighty engines. The series of photos that that one belongs too are among my all time fav's from this site. It is an amazing photo and I send major kudos to the Photographer!!! Well Done man!!!!!!!!!!
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat February 4, 2006:|
That was a great shot I would like to even be there.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon January 23, 2006:|
N-I-C-E! That's just beautiful, with the road right under!
| A visitor from Germany posted Thu December 8, 2005:|
One of the greatest photos I 've ever seen. Thanks!!
| A visitor from New Zealand posted Wed December 7, 2005:|
Great shot...It clearly demonstrates the sheer power and might of the best looking aircraft ever made from such a unique angle, And it happens to be my favorite JAL c/s, I don't like their new one btw.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon November 14, 2005:|
Beautiful photo! That must have been a memorable sight!
| A visitor from Belgium posted Tue November 8, 2005:|
That´s A2A ! I´m always inmpressed of the wingstress of the 747, it IS a beauty !
| A visitor from United States posted Wed October 19, 2005:|
Great photo!!! How was that picture taken?!?!
| A visitor from Singapore posted Sun October 2, 2005:|
Awesome picture.....the rest of us can only dream!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri September 30, 2005:|
This photo almost puts me in your Cessna at the time of this event!
| A visitor from Sweden posted Sun September 25, 2005:|
Great photo nice..!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:|
Great picture thats just amazing to snap a shot like that in such good timing
| A visitor from Malaysia posted Sun September 18, 2005:|
One word-- Excellent
| A visitor from Australia posted Thu September 15, 2005:|
Having flown JAL to the U.K., this shot epitomises the grace and beauty of the 747. Well done!!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Sun September 4, 2005:|
It is clear and well defined so as to answer all my questions.
| A visitor from Switzerland posted Fri August 26, 2005:|
Y love white plains b747 in lax
| A visitor from United States posted Fri August 26, 2005:|
Awesome! It makes me BREATHLESS looking at a shot like that!
| A visitor from United States posted Thu November 25, 2004:|
| A visitor from Australia posted Thu November 25, 2004:|
Spectacular photo!!! Extremely unique angle and good quality.
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