Plane Spotting, May 18th

Here are some of the photos that i left in color.  I must have knocked the command dial on the back of my camera, because i noticed that i shot some of these photos at f/13.  Really not the sweet spot of the 50-230.

One of the problems that you encounter when shooting aircraft on a hot day, is “heat shimmer” or “heat haze”.  It is that “wavy” air you see rising from the ground, distorting part of the photo.  There is no magic filter for this.

It’s always nice to catch something a bit different and i did.  I caught a Bombardier Global 6000 (a business jet) fresh from the factory and in dire need of a nice paint job.

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Looks like a sweet ride, if you can afford it.

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I wonder who this one is going to?

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Here is a Global 6000 all dressed up and ready to go out.

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Here are the rest from the day.

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Thanks for looking.

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