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Old Jun 30, 2013, 5:55 AM   #1
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Where it all started (IAD - Dulles) from above

Somewhere over the Blue Ridge mountain:


Albuquerque:


Hoover Dam:


Grand Canyon:


Telluride:


Big Bear Lake (descending into LAX - Los Angeles):
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Old Jul 2, 2013, 11:44 PM   #2
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Wow, you really had some clean windows. Did you get any color tint that you had to adjust?
They came out really nice.
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Haha! I was about to accuse him of taking Windex aboard the airplane.

Those are some fantastic pictures. I think I like the first one best. There's another jet flying across the top left of the picture. I love that tiny detail.
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Wow, you really had some clean windows. Did you get any color tint that you had to adjust?
They came out really nice.
I have to increase the contrast and red (and green) channel as the images were predominantly blue due to the sky and haze

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Haha! I was about to accuse him of taking Windex aboard the airplane.
Hehehe... I've found that by sticking the lens right on the plane's window (after removing the shade), the camera will see through most blemishes. Portrait orientation worked best, and one will have two windows to work with on most domestic flight row 3-9 .

-> Putting a polarizer on usually do not work as it polarized the porthole differently and come out in all shade of rainbow...
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Nice clear images...looks like clear skies and a clean window!

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G'day mate

I agree with the others - wonderful images, beautiful colours and each shows this great place we call 'home'

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Fabulous set of images.... a great perspective of Mother Earth...
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