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Anonymous
December 11, 2004 9:55:41 PM

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This site has a bunch of aerial photographs of San Francisco:
http://s94051812.onlinehome.us/airshuttle/

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Anonymous
December 12, 2004 9:06:39 AM

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"pa" <princeali@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> This site has a bunch of aerial photographs of San Francisco:
> http://s94051812.onlinehome.us/airshuttle/

My prob with airplane photos is always the shake - I want to try a VR lens
up there sometime. I did take a couple of good ones of lower Manhattan (with
the WTC) on the approach to LaGuardia about five years ago.

http://www.trupin.com/photos/nyc.jpg

And one of Seattle:

http://www.trupin.com/photos/seattle.jpg

Here's a photo I took of another American city, population about 200,000.
Can you guess which one it is? I had to double-check my atlas to make sure I
was right.

http://www.trupin.com/photos/whichcity.jpg
Anonymous
December 12, 2004 11:28:11 AM

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"Cynicor" <j.t.r.u..p.i..n...@speakeasy.net> writes:

> "pa" <princeali@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > This site has a bunch of aerial photographs of San Francisco:
> > http://s94051812.onlinehome.us/airshuttle/
>
> My prob with airplane photos is always the shake - I want to try a VR lens
> up there sometime. I did take a couple of good ones of lower Manhattan (with
> the WTC) on the approach to LaGuardia about five years ago.
>
> http://www.trupin.com/photos/nyc.jpg
>
> And one of Seattle:
>
> http://www.trupin.com/photos/seattle.jpg
>
> Here's a photo I took of another American city, population about 200,000.
> Can you guess which one it is? I had to double-check my atlas to make sure I
> was right.
>
> http://www.trupin.com/photos/whichcity.jpg

I suspect for airplane/helicopter flights, you probably want something like the
following and not a normal IS lens: http://www.ken-lab.com/

--
Michael Meissner
email: mrmnews@the-meissners.org
http://www.the-meissners.org
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Anonymous
December 12, 2004 2:29:05 PM

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"Michael Meissner" <mrmnews@the-meissners.org> wrote:
> "Cynicor" <j.t.r.u..p.i..n...@speakeasy.net> writes:
>> Here's a photo I took of another American city, population about 200,000.
>> Can you guess which one it is? I had to double-check my atlas to make
>> sure I
>> was right.
>>
>> http://www.trupin.com/photos/whichcity.jpg
>
> I suspect for airplane/helicopter flights, you probably want something
> like the
> following and not a normal IS lens: http://www.ken-lab.com/

Looks cool, but I'm just taking snapshots out the window of a 757. It might
be a bit of overkill for when I take them.
Anonymous
December 12, 2004 8:40:05 PM

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Cynicor wrote:

> "Michael Meissner" <mrmnews@the-meissners.org> wrote:
>
>>"Cynicor" <j.t.r.u..p.i..n...@speakeasy.net> writes:
>>
>>>Here's a photo I took of another American city, population about 200,000.
>>>Can you guess which one it is? I had to double-check my atlas to make
>>>sure I
>>>was right.
>>>
>>>http://www.trupin.com/photos/whichcity.jpg
>>
>>I suspect for airplane/helicopter flights, you probably want something
>>like the
>>following and not a normal IS lens: http://www.ken-lab.com/
>
>
> Looks cool, but I'm just taking snapshots out the window of a 757. It might
> be a bit of overkill for when I take them.
>
>
And you might not get them through Security. I've just put the KS-12 on
my Christmas list.

--
John McWilliams
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