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Oct 09, 2017 21:28 |  #91

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Just curious!

Whats up with the shadow in the cloud? It looks like the shadow of a B-25, definitely not a T-38 shadow.




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Oct 10, 2017 17:11 |  #92

SpiderMonkey wrote in post #18469406 (external link)
Just curious!

Whats up with the shadow in the cloud? It looks like the shadow of a B-25, definitely not a T-38 shadow.

I see 2 shadows there. One from the T-38 (behind) and another from what I presume is the photo plane.


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Dec 10, 2017 20:17 |  #94

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Dec 11, 2017 11:30 as a reply to Flynlow's post |  #95

Very Nice!! Is that first one taken over Enchanted Rock?
The railroad bridge looks like the Colorado river between Llano and Burnet. Love the lighting, sharpness, and prop blur.

What were you using for the camera aircraft?


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Dec 12, 2017 08:22 |  #96

bsmotril wrote in post #18515401 (external link)
Very Nice!! Is that first one taken over Enchanted Rock?
The railroad bridge looks like the Colorado river between Llano and Burnet. Love the lighting, sharpness, and prop blur.

What were you using for the camera aircraft?

Thank you. Yes, the first one is Enchanted Rock. I wasn't sure if I was going to like the lighting, with the sun being behind him, but it worked out. We took off at sunrise from Fredericksburg and flew toward Llano, then turned East and did some shots over Lake Buchanan.

The railroad bridge is near Hearne. I will now be looking for one between Llano and Burnet though! They always make a good backdrop. I was trying to get pictures of him coming over the bridge in Llano, but due to the speed mismatch between our planes, I didn't want to circle back after we missed it.

The photo plane I was using is a Cessna 170. It works for most planes. I was worried about the difference in performance on this one, but he did a great job of slowing down.

From his passenger's point-of-view.

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