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FEATURE: Photographer’s bird’s-eye view of Taiwan since ’70s

By Weng Yu-huang and Stacy Hsu  /  Staff reporter, with staff writer

“In most cases, I only bring two single-lens reflex cameras with me on each flight, one for the actual photo shoot and the other as a backup. I personally prefer the 25mm wide-angle lens and the 50mm normal lens, while a shutter speed of 1/250 seconds or faster and an aperture of between f8 and f10 are the most ideal equipment,” Huang said.

Huang’s son, Huang Jen-chieh (黃仁傑), is also an aerial photographer, having been influenced by his father.

“I just love the feeling of a fierce wind sweeping over my face and freely soaring the skies as if I was a bird,” Huang Jen-chieh said.

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