Aviation Spotters Online member Brenden Scott visited London Heathrow last week and spent some time doing some night photography.
The camera used was the Canon R5, most images are ISO 5000, 1/30th shutter and F2.8 for those interested. Edited with DXO and Adobe Photoshop.
All the pictures ; Brenden Scott
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