Peter Frank Edwards

For Shooting out of a Plane

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Surprisingly, putting the lens right up to the plane window increases the risk of shaking and can result in blurry photos. Keep the camera a few centimeters back, and, during takeoff and landing, try capturing the plane’s shadow on the ground. For inspiration, check out these scenic views from airplane windows.

T+L's Best Travel Photography Tips 2013

For Shooting out of a Plane

Surprisingly, putting the lens right up to the plane window increases the risk of shaking and can result in blurry photos. Keep the camera a few centimeters back, and, during takeoff and landing, try capturing the plane’s shadow on the ground. For inspiration, check out these scenic views from airplane windows.

Peter Frank Edwards

T+L's Best Travel Photography Tips 2013

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