Thank you! I’m really liking high altitude plane spotting!
Oh, wow! It was -9*C outside, so I understand. Thank you!
Get a tripod…
I have one, but the planes move too fast for me to follow…
Actually, @Bobby, when I say your high altitude plane spotting pictures, they inspired me and after a few months, I got a camera for that!
- How pixelated is your photo if you are zoomed in a long way?
- Can you see the registration?
- How much of the aircraft can you see?
Let me just bring these up from the guidelines for the Spotting category…
1: Pretty Pixelated
2: On a few of them
3: Most of it except for picture 6.
that’s awesome, I’m glad I was able to have an impact on someone like that! I’m looking forward to seeing what else you have to share down the road :)
I mean if you’re using 265x total zoom and only 65 of that is optical there’s no way you’re going to be able get a clean image. What you have here is probably pushing the camera towards it’s limits.
You can’t see the registration on any of them. I don’t think it’s the best idea to post these pictures here, as they aren’t up to the quality of #real-world-aviation:spotting.
Rude. Very Rude…
It’s fine, it’s honest. :(
Honesty is key, but not when you are not being respectful.
Also, Very nice pictures! Better than i can get!
Thank you! (what I don’t understand is that you can’t see the registration on ANY of the high altitude plane spotting threads and no-one mentions that over there!
Dont worry about it, it does not matter, its a plane, its gonna have a Reg, so it doesn’t matter. Your photos are great.
Your welcome, (Also, it does say its your First High altitude spots. so ya gotta start somewhere)
They are my first high altitude spots.