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29 Nov 2013

Become an Expert Member of the Mile-High Photography Club

As a photographer, you never really know when the perfect opportunity for a great photo will present itself. You can get excellent pictures by planning everything beforehand, but some of the best photos ever taken are completely spontaneous. That is why you should be prepared in all situations to snap a quick shot, but you should also know how to make the most of your circumstances. If you are in a plane, for instance, here is what you need to know about taking a shot out the window.

1.    Start early
If you are not looking to shot a particular photo at a certain point in time and just want some good photos out of a plane window, it is best to do this early in the flight. After a while, condensation or even ice will start to build up on the outsides of the windows and your pictures will be less clear. This is unless, of course, that is exactly the effect you were looking for.

2.    Use manual focus
Automatic focus is not very accurate when it is looking through glass and on a place we are talking about multiple panes. That is why it is best to switch to manual focus and lock on to your subject. Your picture will be clearer.

3.    Don’t use flash
In these situations, flash is pointless. First of all, it has no effect since the subject is so far away. Secondly, all it will do is ruin your picture by reflecting off the window which is right in front of you as opposed to your subject.

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