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    ...and the light gods were kind on NYC spotters today...

    Fred, great use of light, composition and focal length ! Terrific output.
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    Awesome shots Fred! Manny.........get your butt down to Republic. Here is my last installment of photo's.....althought I may one or two more.

















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    What a terrific airplane! Good to see everyone today. Here are a few of mine, still have a bunch to go through...
















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    Holy crap nice shots. I need to head over to FRG later to catch this beauty. uh which side is facing the highway?

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    Wow guys, there are some Picasso's and Vermeer's out there! Some of this close-ups are indeed artistically STUNNING!

    What an awesome job! Superb

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    Wonderful photos guys - very creative stuff!

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    Here are some more shots


    THANK GOD THERE IS NO BITCHIN BETTY in the cockpit!






    Last edited by Derf; 03-21-2011 at 07:38 PM.
    The three most common expressions in aviation are, "Why is it doing that?", "Where are we?" and "Oh Crap".

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    It was dead quiet out by her today.



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    Excellent photos guys!

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    Amazing artistic work here, and crazy thorough coverage!

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    Here are a few of mine: http://caryliao.com/blog/2011/03/08/...airways-dc-7b/

    It was great seeing everyone again!
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    that must have been one rough landing. Looked like she hit hard

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    The Pan Am meatball will be done on Monday pending weather



    WOW THAT LOOKS GOOD right?
    Last edited by Derf; 03-09-2011 at 11:23 AM.
    The three most common expressions in aviation are, "Why is it doing that?", "Where are we?" and "Oh Crap".

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    [QUOTE=fk6065;440494]It was dead quiet out by her today.

    Fred K,

    What time were you out there Tuesday? I was out on the ramp between @1:15 - 1:45 pm. It was eerily quiet....downright tranquil! I was trying out the new Canon Vixia HF S21's 8MP stills. This is my first Canon and I must say I'm impressed with the sensor quality. It was very challenging shooting into the sun to get the Eastern side of it, but the exposure is balanced perfectly. Canon rocks!

    I just have some lens flare to deal with (most probably from the UV filter) but the exposure is very nice I think. Maybe I'll post those shots for some here to try and tweak for me, because other than that everyone's probably tired of looking at this beautiful ship already.

    Pete

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    I was out there around the same time. It was the first time I ever saw the parking lot between the AAM and Sheltaire empty. And since the AAM moved a few of there jets down the road it looked so empty.

    I don't think anyone on here will ever get tired of looking at pictures.
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