Cockpit lights

© Brian K. Upton

Cockpit lights

Uploaded: September 21, 2007

Description

This is two exposures layered together. The main exposure was 1.3 sec @ F11 and ISO 640. The second exposure, needed to bring in the detail of the two large LCD display in the center, was don at 1/5 of a sec @ F11 and ISO 640.

Comments

Stan Kwasniowski September 21, 2007

Brian, this is great #743726

September 21, 2007

Great picture Brian. Love the lighting. #4821889

Sue McLeod September 21, 2007

Love this, Brian... especially the lighting and symmetry in the composition! #4824688

Brian K. Upton September 21, 2007

Thanks everyone. The client really wanted a shot out of the cockpit with the taxi lights in the background. We nearly got rained out and had to put the Lear back in the hanger for about an hour and a half. #4824936

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