Off window and water
Catching up with the earlier showing of shots from 30,000, here is one from last November. You can still get a nice reflection. Eastern Utah
This last one is from a show at Disney's MGM. Jafar The light on the bottom is a projector. The image noise is from water. They shoot water about 20ft into the air to use it as a projection screen.
View from up here
Traffic lanes through Ottawa , Rideau canal through downtown , I can't find my house , Downtown Ottawa , Dow's lake where Winterlude is held, and it's the longest skating rink in the world , Lansdowne Park, where football is played , Museum of Civilization And the picture to your left is the War Statue in honor of all the men and women who die to make our country free.
A few flight shots.
Portland, Oregon is a city divided by a river. There are eight bridges that tie it all together. This was taken shortly after take off from PDX. We stopped in L.A. to toss a few bodies off and pick up some fresh ones. This sunset is looking back West from somewhere over AZ. Coming back West I had picked my seat on the side of the plane and had it all set up so I would be able to see the Grand Canyon. I really lucked out and the clouds broke just as we got over The Canyon. One more shot of The Canyon.
If you are going to shoot while flying... Clean the window, keep your camera as close to the window as you can to cut unwanted reflections and use a U.V. or haze filter if you have one. Best shooting time as per normal for landscapes is early morning and late evening because of haze problems.
Did you know that with an average weight of 4.5 grams it would take 7,500,000 of These to equal the weight of a 737 with an average load on it?