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Old Nov 3, 2012, 5:59 PM   #1
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Old Nov 4, 2012, 1:40 PM   #2
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G'day Jeff

OKay mate - nice pix of the planes on final approach
Here in Oz, if we were to hang around and shoot pix like these, we'd have a security person on our elbow offering us a free trip into the local cop-shop to answer awkward questions. So much for the 'free' world

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Nice compositions and looks like you had a nice day. Images look oversharpened though...I see lots of jagged lines along the top and bottom of the fuselage.

Which location were these taken at? Also what focal length did you use and how much cropping did you do?

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The 777 is oversharpen as wingman said. Think if you lighten up on the PP sharpening and crop some of the dead space out it will look better. Especially the space behind the planes.
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