• This is where I decided to change the aperture mid-exposure. I thought seeing as it was getting closer, I'd open it up a couple of stops and get some brighter lines.


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A 747 coming in to land at Melbourne airport.

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  1. halloosin8 79 months ago | reply

    Wow Hamish, that's awesome!

  2. Yves* [deleted] 75 months ago | reply

    A luminous masterpiece!

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Light of Night (1 post → 2 com), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  3. Vee-BY 75 months ago | reply

    Wonderfull !

  4. Torganiel 75 months ago | reply

    Fabulous! ;-))

  5. ArthurCJ 75 months ago | reply

    wow! amazing shot!

  6. MadmàT 75 months ago | reply

    i'm reallly jealous! i had this idea and wanted to do it for soooo long! but you did it, and in a really good way... now any of my atempts will look shitty to me!

    anyway, insanely great shot!

  7. science 75 months ago | reply

    no they won't look shitty, just try it!

  8. monojussi 75 months ago | reply

    Absolutely bloody brilliant!

    How long was the exposure time?

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    light of night !

  9. memetic 71 months ago | reply

    I don't think I ever saw this one before. Nice one!

    Seen on the blog ;)

    http://blog.flickr.net/pt/2009/02/04/voo-noturno/ (?)

  10. Stephan Klassen / Styopan 46 months ago | reply

    This is awesome.

    Reminds me of my work (but never with plains). I have to try this one day. Love these lines.

  11. Ali3alnasser | Photography & Design 45 months ago | reply

    Really great picture ! good luck !

  12. DeeeB 32 months ago | reply

    interesting - change the apature mid shot !

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