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Old Jun 9, 2013, 3:44 PM   #1
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Default transportation of a sort, i suppose...

from the Flying Heritage Collection's "free fly day" at Paine Field in Everett yesterday... the sky was horrible - the only thing worse would have been lead-gray overcast. *sigh* oh, well, whatcha gonna do?





i took a little "creative liberty" with this one...

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Old Jun 9, 2013, 5:23 PM   #2
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nice planning to get the blur of the propellers.
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G'day Rocky

Got any more "creative liberties"
I am most impressed - it's not often that the camera is at cockpit level [unless you also were airborne & alongside] - most of my air / flyby pix are of underbelly stuff

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G'day Rocky

Got any more "creative liberties"
I am most impressed - it's not often that the camera is at cockpit level [unless you also were airborne & alongside] - most of my air / flyby pix are of underbelly stuff

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thanks, Phil... i was shooting from the ground alongside the taxiway, but the planes made low passes, and banked slightly to show the top and bottom paint schemes to the crowd.
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the sky was horrible - the only thing worse would have been lead-gray overcast. *sigh* oh, well, whatcha gonna do?
Well, I think ya did just fine, I really like the sky with the color of these planes.
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All nice shots, it's not easy panning and getting prop blur. Really like your edited version, looks very real.
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