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Nov 20, 2022 03:37 |  #1951

This is a sign of the times, all the passengers using their phones to record the flight! :lol:


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Nov 20, 2022 09:30 |  #1952

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So true!
Even on commercial flights I see this all the time now.




  
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Nov 20, 2022 11:52 |  #1953

Phoenixuk wrote in post #19448293 (external link)
This is a sign of the times, all the passengers using their phones to record the flight! :lol:


SpiderMonkey wrote in post #19448390 (external link)
So true!
Even on commercial flights I see this all the time now.

Life viewed in two dimensions rather than being lived in three dimensions. I guess the recording is justified to see what they missed.


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Nov 20, 2022 12:00 |  #1954

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Life viewed in two dimensions rather than being lived in three dimensions. I guess the recording is justified to see what they missed.

We do a lot of trial flying lessons and some are more interested in getting their video and pictures than they are using the controls and flying the aeroplane! Mind you sometimes it is just so beautiful up there that even I get my phone out!


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Nov 20, 2022 14:49 |  #1955

Phoenixuk wrote in post #19448293 (external link)
This is a sign of the times, all the passengers using their phones to record the flight! :lol:

SpiderMonkey wrote in post #19448390 (external link)
So true!
Even on commercial flights I see this all the time now.

umgrizz wrote in post #19448437 (external link)
Life viewed in two dimensions rather than being lived in three dimensions. I guess the recording is justified to see what they missed.

So what's the problem? The "Out the Airplane Window" thread in this forum is full of shots taken by airplane passengers, many taken with phone cameras, and many by people who post in this thread too. If the people in Phoenixuk's shot were holding professional ILCs with white lenses, would you laugh at them too and accuse them of viewing life in two dimensions?


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Nov 20, 2022 15:55 as a reply to  @ mcoren's post |  #1956

No, it’s just that society walks around now with their phone cameras stretched out in front of themselves everywhere they go.
I didn’t write that as a dig against anyone, once in a blue moon I pull out my phone and snap a picture or a quick video while in a flight too.

My point was that I travel quite a bit commercially and I have witnessed on numerous occasions people sitting in their seats with their phone in their hands videoing the entire flight or taking selfies every time a cloud passes the window or they reposition in their seat, it’s a bit ridiculous, that’s all.

Again, my comment wasn’t meant to be a swipe at anyone or projected in a mean or offensive way. I apologize if you took it that way.




  
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Nov 20, 2022 20:05 |  #1957

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Nov 23, 2022 22:09 |  #1958

1974 Mooney M20F, owned by a local trucking company, patio pic.


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Nov 26, 2022 07:34 |  #1960

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I'm usually not into the over processed look, but it really works for me with this.


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Nov 26, 2022 10:45 as a reply to  @ windpig's post |  #1961

Thank you! In camera preset, gave a good look.


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Nov 26, 2022 19:36 |  #1963

Backyard pic of a Cessna Skyhawk 172N on a nice Saturday afternoon.


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Nov 27, 2022 15:32 |  #1964

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Nov 27, 2022 17:51 |  #1965

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