Photo: Antonov Biplane Interior – Light Painting – Iceland

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Antonov Biplane Interior (2016-06-15 11:15)

Westfjords of Iceland, Hnjotur Museum. This is the interior of an Antonov AN2 biplane, an old Russian workhorse that was the largest single-engine biplane ever produced, with this one allegedly abandoned after a dispute between two pilots about one’s flying ability, leaving the plane marooned in iceland.

I had to work very fast to get this shot, and consequently didn’t have time to photograph the cockpit. Because of the large amount of light streaming in, I used a relatively quick long exposure of 19 seconds at f/9 ISO 100, quickly illuminating the interior with a ProtoMachines LED2 and then closing the shutter. Nikon D610/Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8

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