Planes of Fame

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  1. Seefutlung

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    I really like the first one,

    the second one is nice in a way, maybe a tad dark.. almost abstract, but the crop bothers me.
     
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    Thanks Alex. I shot a few with planes lighted w/ hanger doors ... it just felt "more" real and period-like than typical museum shots.

    Come-on Alex ... you know you like #2 ... lol.

    Gary
     
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    Wow for # 3, It woke me up with that bright color!!
     
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    I love plane shots, the only thing i see wrong with your photos is in #3 you can see either your reflection, or someone's behind you in the plane
     
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    ohhhhh now we're talking!!!

    #1 is just stunning!

    #2 has me racking my brain trying to I.D. it :lol:

    #3 is great and I guess its a P51
     
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    Thanks JESWAW ... (That's moi ... I don't have many pixs of myself so I didn't mess with the image.)
    Gary
     
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    I went back again today and that Mustang (#3) was airborne, taking a guy for the ride of his life.

    Gary
     
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    Thanks LP. #2 is a F-86. The gunports were plugged with red painted wood. I believe that nearly all of the planes in the museum are flight worthy. More here:

    http://garyayala.smugmug.com/gallery/3955377#229774697

    Gary
     
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    I like the darkness in photos 1 and 2.. It makes a mysterious setting
     
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    Thanks Jay. I think the darkness draws you into the photo ... more of a "real deal" flavor than a museum ... letting your mind fill in the details.

    Gary
     

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