Plane spotting Sydney airport, an absolute must if you are into aviation or airplanes.
Rob Mulally and myself visited a couple of spots around the runway to find the best one. Turns out the official Sydney airport spotting mound isn't the best spot. That is if you want to shoot timelapses. We eventually drove back to the north side of runway R16 and settled on the side of the road behind the new crew car park. This gives you an elevated view and is ideal for watching the planes take off right over your head. The Airbus A380 is an absolute monster to behold. I highly recommend doing this at least once in your life.
The vlog (short for video blog) was shot on my iphone 7 plus in 4K. The cinematic slow motion shots were recorded on my Canon 1DXMkII and the timelapses were mainly shot on a Canon 5D3. Lenses used: 17-40 70-200 2.8 and 50 1.8
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