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de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide

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Westland Lynx - Black Cats Display Team

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L4 Piper Cub
Sorry if your not keen on planes....


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PostSubject: Re: More from Duxford   More from Duxford Icon_minitimeTue Oct 23, 2007 10:16 pm

Way Cool! I like the first 2 planes, all 4 pictures are great
(although if it were me I might play with the contrast and color on the 1st 2 just to see if I could get them to pop a little)
What kind of planes are in the 1st 2 shots?
Matter of fact maybe you could add titles to the shots.

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I like to see others takes on any picture, as long as you explain what you did.... More from Duxford 301190

I have more... but don't want to bore everyone too much!!

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PostSubject: Re: More from Duxford   More from Duxford Icon_minitimeTue Oct 23, 2007 11:14 pm

You wont bore me with aircraft, my sons are aircraft maniacs
and I went to most air shows with them...bring 'em on

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PostSubject: Re: More from Duxford   More from Duxford Icon_minitimeTue Oct 23, 2007 11:23 pm

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much the same for, I went to many airshows as a boy with my Dad. Now work for the MoD making sure Army Navy and RAF planes are ok.

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PostSubject: Re: More from Duxford   More from Duxford Icon_minitimeWed Oct 24, 2007 12:25 am

Thanks Jono

I love planes! got it from my father too. He joined the Army Air corp in WWII although he never got to fly. The war ended before he finished training and since he signed up "for the duration" they let him go. He had a Cessna 152 and flew right up til he passed on.

As for the pics. I was using the editor in Picasa so I'm not real sure how it translates to CS or PSP.
I increase the "fill light" until the pic looks almost washed out (boost the mid range brightness)
Then increase the "Shadows", not sure if it's contrast or black level, or both but it darkens the picture, brings out the color and gives better definition.
Then I used a tool call "Graduated Tint" in a darker shade of blue. It colors over the aircraft as well as the back ground so to fix that I used a magic wand called "one click color fix" it is suppose to be used to remove an overall tint like you get from florescent lights but in this case it removes the color from the air craft leaving a light blue tint on the sky.
And last I used the sharpen tool.

don't know if that helps but that's what I did.

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jonorob wrote:
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much the same for, I went to many airshows as a boy with my Dad. Now work for the MoD making sure Army Navy and RAF planes are ok.

Jono

Wouldn't surprise me if you new my eldest, (Lee) cos he's a senior consultant for aircraft safety..works in Farnham for Advantage Technical Consulting.

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You post as many pics as you want of these planes Jono.

They are superb.

The first one is still in use in Kilmarnock isn't it?
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