Patterns In The Sprawl: Christoph Gielen

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  • David Raboin

    The first pic and the interchange photo are nice — pretty but not ground breaking. Anyone with reasonable photo skills could get photos like these from a light aircraft. Just go up on a clear morning or late afternoon. You can hire a plane and pilot for around $100 per flight hour. With a little preplanning on google earth I’m sure any photog could get pics like these. Maybe instead of making a equipment purchase spend the money on a plane ride?

    • Jeffery Saddoris

      Yep. I agree. You could get these with a Rebel and kit lens. My interest isn’t so much in the photos themselves, as much as I thought seeing the contrast of urban expansion against the sparse landscapes of Iceland in the photos we posted Friday would be interesting. Thank you for taking the time to comment.