Shooting the flightdeck with less light outside is a little less complicated, as you don't have a huge difference between the light inside (on the panels) and outside that you do have during day. Also the frontwindows distort a little and are usually a little dirty, which is more noticeable with daylight shots. It takes a little fiddling around with the panellighting to get it to a level where it works best with the outside light. A fisheye is really the only way to get a large part of flightdeck in the image. ✈️ This is a sunset at Flightlevel 400, somewhere around Mexico-California.