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Feb 26, 2009 13:42 |  #1

This is the Rolls Royce Trent.

Something a little different. These were taken with the 50D and a Canon 10-22 EF-S. Ambient light a mix of sodium vapor and sunlight. In the past no luck with custom white balance so I adjusted in dpp to my taste.

I know the horizon looks off but it's kind of tricky with the 10-22.Their fun anyway.I am aware that there are some blown high lights also.

Not the last thing you want to see in this life !

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Hot section area just behind the large fan in the upper photo.

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Enjoy Johnathan ;)

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Feb 26, 2009 18:04 |  #2

Great photos and amazing detail, John! Is this from a 777?


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Feb 26, 2009 19:40 |  #3

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Great photos and amazing detail, John! Is this from a 777?

Thanks Ronnie
Yes these are from a 777 we had in for maintenance. The little 10-22 is crazy sharp on the 50D. I wish my 100-400 was as sharp. Congrats on you new 50D. You have to update your Sig. Johnathan


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Feb 26, 2009 21:58 |  #4

Good ones.


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Feb 26, 2009 22:48 |  #5

Thanks Frank
I appreciate you taking time to post. Johanthan


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Feb 26, 2009 23:09 |  #6

Suck .. Squeeze .. Bang .. Blow

Such a simple process yet such a complex piece of engineering!

#1 belongs on a wall...


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Feb 26, 2009 23:10 |  #7

That is an excellent picture.


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Feb 27, 2009 08:13 |  #8

FlyingPhotog wrote in post #7416026 (external link)
Suck .. Squeeze .. Bang .. Blow

Such a simple process yet such a complex piece of engineering!

#1 belongs on a wall...

Jay
Thanks for the compliment.It is the same 3 spool type like the RB211 "757" just larger fan,turbine and 2X the fuel nozzles. Love the 10-22 it is a fun lens.

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That is an excellent picture.

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Thank you for your compliment and taking the time to post. Glad you like the photos. Comments are the reason a forum is enjoyable. Thank you.;)


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Feb 27, 2009 09:15 |  #9

#1 is simply awesome and I love the detail in #2. Great shots.


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Feb 27, 2009 09:23 as a reply to  @ Scout7id's post |  #10

I agree on #1. I love the light from behind the fan.


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Feb 27, 2009 14:29 |  #11

Scout7id wrote in post #7418006 (external link)
#1 is simply awesome and I love the detail in #2. Great shots.

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DealsGapCobra wrote in post #7418076 (external link)
I agree on #1. I love the light from behind the fan.

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Funny thing is the difference in the sunlight and the artificial light in the hangar. The sun light gives the fan blades a blue cast. Thanks for you comment.


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