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    Wish I could taking photos like this, and I wonder what he used?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ld-camera.html

    Stunning photos, but I wonder how much post processing was involved. I also wonder what gear he used?
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    Well, still the work of taking the photo had the biggest challenge.
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    Impressive but I hate them. He's somehow managed to make real machines look like bad paintings.

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    Sorry Jim, but I disagree. These are sensational. The lighting, the focus and depth of field are all just so well done. And, it looks like he is shooting with a Canon DSLR http://planepicture.com/about-us .

    He has some photos that you can download for screensavers for the aviation fans out there.
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    No need to be sorry, Hawthy, we all like different things. And I completely agree with you about the technical brilliance shown here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    Impressive but I hate them. He's somehow managed to make real machines look like bad paintings.

    I know what you mean, for me it seems like he's made it look like a studio setting, which has taken away the romanticism and mood of flight. They're lacking in emotion for me because of this, although I like the detail from an academic point of view.
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