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British Airways, B744,departs LHR.

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Mark Thomas
Fantastic shot there Frank! Long lens for that one?
Frank GollnerPhoto Uploader
Thank's Mark! It's one of my favourites. I shot this one, using the Canon 100-400mm, with a Canon 60D, body. Being a cropped sensor the 60D gave me that extra zoom reach, requiring very little cropping of the image. If you ever get to London Heathrow, make your way to the right side of runway 27R at sunset, just before a Hotel, I forget it's name. Position yourself around where the Heavies rotate and with a 400mm lens you should be able to get similar shots. The shot is edited using LR5 and Photoshop CC6. There is a very good Youtube clip Edit Aviation Photography, by Andre Nordheim, explaining his work flow using aformentioned photo software.
Yi Wang
Wow you look just like flying with it!
john russell
Great shot any closer and you could count the rivets!
Marcel Dumont
...great
Greg Byington
Very well done!
renato basso
COOL
Frank GollnerPhoto Uploader
Thanks, Yi, John, Marcel, Greg and Renato!

Yes Yi, the angle gives that impression, but lucky for me the aircraft had a very shallow climb out, she must have been real heavy and going extra long haul, either that or a major derate of the RR engines on take off.
broward714
That flex tho!

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