The flying Leica M240

Recently after completing some aerial photography with the Nikon D800E, I realised that I had the Leica in my camera bag as well as the Nikon. Not normally the best camera for aerial photography because zoom lenses can save a considerable amount of flying time over prime lenses and changing lenses in a Cessna cockpit with the prevailing drafts is a good way of getting a dirty sensor in the camera. These pictures were taken with a Zeiss Planar 50mm f2 lens. So here we are . . . Melbourne in the setting sun.

About Roger

Roger Gould, Australian international sports and advertising photographer has worked on assignment for some of the worlds leading magazines. he emerged from photographing record covers of rock and roll musicians to start one of Australia's first specialist sport press agencies, photographing tennis, cricket, golf, football as well as the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. Roger is a past President of the International Tennis Photographer's Association and has conducted photography seminars for Kodak in many countries. He currently works in aerial and advertising photography.
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