Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel
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Aviationbuff
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Piper Super Cub captured during sunrise earlier today. The owner was also generous enough to let me have .5 hrs stick time! What a great day.







Tim Adams
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13 from '13.

http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1250182



Jeff W.
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Tim Adams wrote:
Dark and moody.

You sure know how to make that 7D sing Tim. Excellent image.



Tim Adams
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Jeff W. wrote:
Tim Adams wrote:
Dark and moody.

You sure know how to make that 7D sing Tim. Excellent image.

It's dark to cover up all the noise.



stevezzzz
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Aviationbuff wrote:
Piper Super Cub captured during sunrise earlier today. The owner was also generous enough to let me have .5 hrs stick time! What a great day.


Very cool, Chris, and congrats on the stick time. You might want to revisit the color balance of this shot, though: Cub Yellow is such an iconic color, you can't mess with it too much or it just looks wrong.



stevezzzz
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Tim Adams wrote:


Jeff W. wrote:
Tim Adams wrote:
Dark and moody.

You sure know how to make that 7D sing Tim. Excellent image.

It's dark to cover up all the noise.


I don't care: it's still a stunning image, Tim.



stevezzzz
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Leo Hursh wrote:
Here is what I've seen recently...


Nice work, Leo. Is that a 737? I've never seen that angle; didn't realize the wheel wells are open on those retracted mains.



stevezzzz
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Go4Long wrote:

JWilsonphoto wrote:
No one anywhere in close to capture this split second either...........


Jim,

Lovely series of Wedding shots, but this one has lost something in editing in my humble opinion. The mottling(?) of the skin on her shoulder caused by the contrast is slightly distracting, a little selective softening around the shoulder and I think it would be incredible...but what do I know



I don't think it's so much a matter of contrast, but of the amount of red allowed through in the B&W conversion. Playing with the red slider does wacky things to skin.



FlyingPhotog
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Since we're momentarily diverging to realms outside aviation...

I decided to get outside my comfort zone and went to the 5th annual Zombie Walk in downtown Phoenix. Of everything I've looked through so far, this shot really caught my eye so I decided to work on it a bit. Just a simple, natural light portrait of a young lady who was assisting a psychic who had a tent in the vendor's area... I think she has a very enigmatic look. Almost melancholy. Thought I'd share with my extended photographic family...



stevezzzz
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She's got that Mona Lisa smile...



JWilsonphoto
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Gotta love natural light! Nicely done Jay!



JWilsonphoto
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That's a beautiful Cub image Chris, timing of the light was perfect.



JWilsonphoto
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Beautiful Mark! Much as I love Texas, we have two colors in our seasons, Green and brown.........um, well, with our drought we really have brown. But heck, you can't have everything.



JWilsonphoto
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Side note, Gov. Rick has a soft spot for Cubs, so he's going to come up and get some stick time in 7PC, that should be fun!



JWilsonphoto
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A little something for my good friend Butch.........



JWilsonphoto
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Red, White and Blue, through and through..................



nrferguson
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When in St Andrews a couple of weeks ago there was a wedding couple having photos taken on the pier (in queue with three other couples!!) and their car was parked near by. I thought it was a genuine 1930s vehicle (especially considering the registration plate) but it is, in fact, a Beauford kit-car.
Niall



JWilsonphoto
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My able assistant, following The Shockwave.................



JWilsonphoto
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Larry is somewhere back in the cloud



tom cardin
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There is a lot going on, with lack of Airshows, it's time to get some very nice related subject matter and some not so related. I think it brings out the creativity in us. I like the results,...The Crew Chief, is grest.

Tom



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