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Hello,

Thanks fokker_f27 and VG for the nice comments!

For those interested, here is a screenshot of the event "Celebrating Davos Economic Forum At Sharm Al Sheikh (HESH)" , IVAO, of yesterday. :wink:

http://virtual.planepictures.net/show.cgi?130045

Nice shot Skyfighter!
And beautiful shot Omag! I guess the next one will be with a CS 757! :P

Greetings,

Jonathan

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contrailwatcherUK wrote:that shot is amazing omag, you must have a lot of RAM on your computer to support that much detail
768 Mb to be precise... The trick is the fog... So your graficscard doesn't have to render all that scenery in the back! :lol:

@ skyfighter: Amazing - looks photo-real! 8O

@TUB004: Now that's a neat approach shot... may I ask what model?

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Hello Omag,

Sure! That is the payware Eaglesoft Cessna Citation X.
A few downsides like no FMC.. but wow... the visuals are amazing...
You have even got a lady who drinks her whine, types on her laptop and fastens her seat belt prior to landing... Without forgetting an animated technician on the ground! :lol:

Greetings,

Jonathan


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Some new shots.

Flight BRU-VIE with A340-300:

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Sabena BAC 1-11:

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sn690 wrote:2x Air France A319 above England with an Engine n°1 failure.

http://virtual.planepictures.net/a/In/1148228936.jpg
http://virtual.planepictures.net/a/In/1148228836.jpg
Nice shots. My favourite of these is the SN A319.

Seems the links are not correct :wink:


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Bad weather at BRU:
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OO-LDD New c/s takeoff from Genoa:
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The most sexy girl in the sky: The Sud-Est Caravelle 12.

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My favourite heli (not the C/S) in the Grand Canyon:

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Some of my newest shots:

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Cool: I love the A330!

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Very nice pictures sab319!! 8O
But where did you get the nice engine exhaust?
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nielsbollen wrote:Very nice pictures sab319!! 8O
But where did you get the nice engine exhaust?
Greets,

Niels
Photoshop edit :twisted:

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i hate it when the wheels sink into the runway when you are about to land - like in sab319 2nd picture, is there anyway to stop this from happening?

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Ah 8) ,anyway it's beautiful!
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Is photoshop freeware or payware?
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Niels

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nielsbollen wrote:Is photoshop freeware or payware?
Greets,

Niels
unfortunatly very expensive payware (around €400-€500) but it's possible to get it for free when you have "connections" ;)

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sab319 wrote:
unfortunatly very expensive payware (around €400-€500) but it's possible to get it for free when you have "connections" ;)
indeed :wink:
or you can try a 30day trial for free


http://www.adobe.com/downloads/

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400 EUROS!!! 8O 8O
Thats expensive!!
I'm going for the trial!
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Niels

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Post by royke777 »

The trial version is actually the whole version .
if you want some help with activate the code give me a PM :P

and then , you have photoshop cs2 for free 8)

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