@ToasterStroodie and I decided to embark on a flight today. Now, this is a rare occurrence; Danny is a busy ramp agent and student, and I simply have no interest in flying with him anyway.
We chose a route I personally have never flown before: KIAD to KSEA; Washington Dulles to Seattle, Washington; Washington to Washington. This meant a strong headwind for us paired with a beautiful sunset the whole way—as long as we kept up. Needless to say, we were way low on fuel and ended up barely making it with about 20 minutes remaining. @Joao_Christ handled us seamlessly into Seattle and thus made sure we could get our passengers down to the ground safely and comfortably, though “comfortably” only applies to my aircraft.
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Sure thing! I paused the replay and went to the Free Camera. From there, I traveled quite a bit out from the aircraft in a direction away from the Sun. I lined up the aircraft with the Sun and then double-tapped my screen to focus/zoom-in on the aircraft. You can do this with the Moon, Sun, any group of planes, mountains, etc.
I guess it’s less of a zoom and more of a reframing. All of my photos were done with that double-tap method except for the cockpit photo. Any poor resolution you see is mainly just Discourse I think; they look crystal clear on my end.