Incredible Pictures Taken From The Cockpit Of A Commercial Airline

Discover some incredible pictures that have been taken from the cockpit of a commercial airline while flying at 35’000 feet.

The artist responsible for these photos is commercial airline pilot Karim Nafani who has developed a passion for photography.

Karim is from Dubai and when he is not flying around the world he loves to take photos. These following pictures are from his latest art project called, Welcome To My Office.

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To create such visual photos is not as simple as clicking away on a camera. Karim takes three different shots using various exposures and then combines them all together to create an amazing ethereal glow.

The reason Karim developed this technique is because he wanted create photos that have the same unique look as oil paintings.

Meet The Photographer

Karim Nafani doesn`t just take pictures from his commercial airline cockpit, he also loves to climb the tallest buildings in Dubai and take amazing photos of the beautiful Arabian city with his digital SLR camera.

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Bonus Facts About Commercial Airlines

KLM was established back in 1919 and is the oldest airline around today. Quantas was set up in 1920 and is the second oldest airline.

Chicago O’Hare’s international airport is the most busiest airport in the world with planes landing or taking off every thirty seven seconds. It has also been voted as the Best Airport in North America for the last 10 years.

Did you know that many airlines make the pilots eat different meals during long haul flights so that if the meal is contaminated it will only make one of the pilots sick.

The maximum speed of a Boeing 747 is 955 km/h.

Article Source – Daily Mail