News, views, rants and raves from Brendan MacNeill Photography.
Monday, 8 August 2011
An image from a recent shoot here. Shot from a 4 seater Cessna parallel flying to this 1938 Tiger Moth. Originally a trainer at a Perth RAF base this model has never left Scotland.
And remember when cameras were simple devices? Well this aeroplane has a spring loaded wind resistance gauge that measures speed. Altitude is measured by 2 simple pipes mounted on the wing. The simplicity just keeps going on making it very easy to maintain.
Just the kind of brief that makes me realise photography is a great job.