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    Hi all,

    I understand that each individual aircraft is too far away to be accepted, however if thought I was far enough away to capture the terminal. How do you photograph large terminals like the cargo one at Incheon Airport?

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject.php?id=360989

    Thanks
    YBBN - James


  • #2
    Too far away from airport terminals

    I'm not a screener, but I think the reason is that you a) can't see the terminal in this pic, only catch a glimpse of it, and b) the aircraft, as objects are too far away.

    -Colin

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    • #3
      If you can do it
      - downsize and re-frame by using the neat 747s line-up as subject.
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      • #4
        Thanks for the tips.
        YBBN - James

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        • #5
          Also i noticed some heat Haze on the A/c futher away.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by PIAA310
            Also i noticed some heat Haze on the A/c futher away.
            No, that's not heat haze. The photo was taken in the middle of a Korean winter.
            YBBN - James

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            • #7
              Originally posted by YBBN
              Originally posted by PIAA310
              Also i noticed some heat Haze on the A/c futher away.
              No, that's not heat haze. The photo was taken in the middle of a Korean winter.
              lol...my bad...probably the quality of the pic made it look like that
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              • #8
                Honestly, a badmotive shot. Doesnt even show the terminal, just a bunch of planes parked by the sides of the frame.

                Think its something for the personal collection

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