scott rolf wrote in post #16582342
I will be going up in a 1931 WACO F-2 (beautifully restored) open cockpit aircraft and will be wearing goggles.
I will be using my 5D-C with a 35L lens. Since I won't be able to bring the viewfinder up to my eye because of the goggles what do you recommend I do to get the best results for fairly close range cockpit shots?
Multi-point AF and fire away?
Yea, probably just multi-point AF and do continuous shooting. Hope for some keepers. Maybe just consider the minimum focus distance. Not sure how close things will be in that cockpit. It could really throw things off. I imagine you want a clear view of everything, so shooting wide open and all that might have serious impact and you may want to stop down that aperture a lot.
Do you have wider glass? I keep thinking an ultrawide would be my choice here, stopped down.