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Sep 18, 2008 18:53 |  #16

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Thanks. Some of the fruits of my labor are starting to pay off. This was the result of a couple of years of freebies from time to time as well as an old friend of 7 years. And I can tell you it was definitely worth it. By next week I will have the full video of the ride in Fat Albert on Youtube.

Just think, had you had a 5DMkII, you could have killed two birds with one stone! ;)


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Sep 18, 2008 19:53 |  #17

Love the second one, and the back end of the transport's a nice shot, too. Keep sharing, please!


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Sep 18, 2008 20:49 |  #18

I really like the second one.

Me, too! Good series!


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Sep 18, 2008 21:04 |  #19

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Me, too! Good series!

Thanks
Actually half the credit should go to you and all of your stickies.:lol:


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Sep 18, 2008 21:15 |  #20

i actually like the first one better, seeing the back (while thats also a awesome photo) is a more common shot, that first one is really cool. nicely done on both, sure did pick a good jet to shoot ;)



  
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Sep 18, 2008 21:24 |  #21

Very nice pics, every one.


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Sep 18, 2008 23:53 |  #22

The one of Fat Albert is really badass... I love what you did with the sky. Care to share the technique that you used?

Otherwise, I love 'em all. Really neat, unique look at the blue angels.


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Sep 19, 2008 00:01 as a reply to  @ meeksdigital's post |  #23

Great creative series. The second shot of the f18 reminds me of the Transformers movie!


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Sep 19, 2008 00:52 |  #24

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The one of Fat Albert is really badass... I love what you did with the sky. Care to share the technique that you used?

Otherwise, I love 'em all. Really neat, unique look at the blue angels.

Thanks for looking and glad you like them. I adjusted it like I wanted with the RAW file is CS3. I then used the ReDynaMix photoshop plugin.
Then I used Nik filter that has shades of gradients on a layer mask. I did it a few times to find the look I wanted.

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Sep 19, 2008 01:25 |  #25

Very interesting shots Kona!! love them alll great attention to detail.

If you like detail shots like this go to my friends website http://www.airandfeel.​com/ (external link)
Her name is Francoise Guile and she has some of most beautiful A/C details shots I have ever seen.,


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Sep 19, 2008 05:45 |  #26

LBaldwin wrote in post #6338499 (external link)
Very interesting shots Kona!! love them alll great attention to detail.

If you like detail shots like this go to my friends website http://www.airandfeel.​com/ (external link)
Her name is Francoise Guile and she has some of most beautiful A/C details shots I have ever seen.,

Glad you like them. Thanks for the link, she has some fantastic photos. I love her work. Something for me to strive for.

Thanks for looking.


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