More Taken from a Plane


A few days ago, I posted a photo that an airplane traveler took from her seat (see here) and which had received a great deal of internet attention.  I received a few photos as a follow-up, including the above from 2 Guys Photo featured photographer, Art Hill.  According to Art, this is: “Coronado bridge from San Diego as we flew out over the ocean before heading East back to Chicago.”

Here are a few more…

From Ed, of 2 Guys Photo:


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Per Ed: “These were all taken in 2008 when flying back from a business trip in Boca Raton, FL.  The two in red were not tinted by me, although because of the glare the setting sun cast upon my window, I did post-process to clear them up.  These were taken over the Chesapeake Bay, and in one, you can actually see what I believe is the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

A few more from Art:








Art tells us: “The California shots were with a Canon XSi.  The Chicago shots are pretty old (2005).  I shot them with a Nikon Coolpix 8800 as I didn’t have a DSLR at the time.  My daughters went with me in a small private plane.  It was a Father’s Day present.  The camera was way too slow to shoot RAW so I shot JPEGs and did the best I could in post processing.  The California shots come from RAW files with a Canon Picture Style called CLEAR applied to them.  These are the originals.”

Very good then.  Thanks, Art.  Thanks, Ed.


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2 Responses to More Taken from a Plane

  1. That Clear picture style that Art uses did a great job of producing those images with excellent clarity. Should I start digging up shots I took on planes? Nah… Mostly predigital.

    • 2guysphoto says:

      Maryann – if you decide to do some digging (and digitizing) we’d be happy to do some posting.


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