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Re: VandelayFertilizerPhotos.net

Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:32 pm
by Not_Karl
PS: How do you like my cropping?
Can't comment on pictures that are Not_upload size and are not in an allowed aspect ratio.

Re: VandelayFertilizerPhotos.net

Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:11 pm
by 3WE
PS: How do you like my cropping?
Can't comment on pictures that are Not_upload size and are not in an allowed aspect ratio.
Are you Brian?

The more I look at the photo, I think it sucks as the fertilizer is pretty much obliterated by foreground clutter.

Airportviewingareaphotos.net

Posted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 6:43 pm
by 3WE
Young 3BS spent some time here.

I THINK this photo would be of the Flyover Not_International Airport. and I see no parallel taxiway between the runways.

It was most cool in the Early 80's with them using both runways for multiple takeoffs and landings. Roughly every four hours there'd be one of those near-total-disaster go-arounds.

Cropping is bad and I find the Ford Galaxy and the departing aircraft to be distracting clutter.

However, creepy photographers and security have ruined all of this.
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Re: JetPhoto Pre-Screening Thread...

Posted: Fri Oct 05, 2018 5:17 pm
by 3WE
Same location...previous photo looking SE down runways 12.

THIS photo looking more Southerly.

Ozark Airlines corporate office (still there trapped against runway 11-29 with most of the beautiful trees destroyed in nature-killing urban growth efforts.

It's interesting how airports have largely done away with the huge erector-set approach light standards to runways.

The picture is another reminder (redundant) of how it sucks that they did away with the photo-perv parking lot at Flyover International. (Regular folks enjoy WATCHING noisy old jets fly by WITHOUT the need for cameras). There's an even better area on the NE side, a huge sound-arresting berm...you can stand on it and look DOWN on the 30R touchdown zone....Posted with no trespassing signs. :-(


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Photocredit: Stolen from Facebook

Re: JetPhoto Pre-Screening Thread...

Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:57 pm
by Not_Karl
Nice!, but...
Photocredit: Stolen from Facebook
...you are risking a permanent ban for posting other jetphotographers' jetphotos :mrgreen:

Pre-screening, Flight report, and Announcement of high signficance.

Posted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:21 pm
by 3WE
1. See photo below and please supply appropriate criticism.

2. Flight report. I got juice AND coffee and TWO packets of cookies AND I didn't died. (Actually the flight was extremely lightly loaded and I enjoyed seats D, E and F to myself. This was NOT_a 737 Max so I could not test the Lav Sinks.

3. Of much significance is that the MD-11 is a FedEx that was probably operated by In the Shade at some point. The pilots seemed to demonstrate sheer genius as they held short of the runway.


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Re: Pre-screening, Flight report, and Announcement of high signficance.

Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2019 2:27 pm
by Not_Karl
1. See photo below and please supply appropriate criticism.
Horizon unlevel.
Dark/Underexposed.
Blurry/out of focus.
Vignetting not allowed.
Probably dirty and window reflections.

You should be ashamed of yourself and never ever take another picture of anything again.
3. Of much significance is that the MD-11 is a FedEx that was probably operated by In the Shade at some point. The pilots seemed to demonstrate sheer genius as they held short of the runway.
Did it have cigar stains around the cockpit windows?

Re: Pre-screening, Flight report, and Announcement of high signficance.

Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2019 8:23 pm
by 3WE
Horizon unlevel.
Dark/Underexposed.
Blurry/out of focus.
Vignetting not allowed.
Probably dirty and window reflections.

You should be ashamed of yourself and never ever take another picture of anything again.
Ouch :? 8-) :(

While all true, I thought it was kind of cool and included a cool aeroplanie and pretty sunrise.

Maybe I’ll burn my iPhone.

Of course the crappy AA customer service didn’t clean the windows. But at least we didn’t go technical at a Canadian airbase.

Re: Pre-screening, Flight report, and Announcement of high signficance.

Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2019 8:37 pm
by Not_Karl
While all true, I thought it was kind of cool and included a cool aeroplanie and pretty sunrise.
But JP.net does not take into account coolness or beauty, only image quality 8-).
Maybe I’ll burn my iPhone.
You could have saved some trouble buying a Galaxy Note 7 :P

Re: JetPhoto Pre-Screening Thread...

Posted: Tue May 21, 2019 9:33 pm
by Not_Karl
Aeroplanie: Focke-Wulf Fw 44
Place: Morón's Aerodrome, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Year: 1938 (exact date unknown).
Photo credit: Family collection, photographer unknown.
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The girl is my paternal grandmother, the boy is her brother, the couple at the left are my great-grandparents, the woman in black with white scarf is Carola Lorenzini.

In this page's "Carola & Friends" section you can see the same picture, with a description by one of my great uncles... AND I DIDN'T KNEWEDED ANYTHING OF THIS UNTIL LAST SUNDAY :shock: .

Re: JetPhoto Pre-Screening Thread...

Posted: Wed May 22, 2019 8:25 am
by 3WE
Fascinating.
Not_Karl's Wiki Link:

In 1941, Carolla crashed and did died while doing a cowgirl improvised inverted loop (not_following type specific procedures after an aircraft swap) and Not_Karl's great grandparents and paternal grandmother established a movement to ban all aeroplanies that spans four generations and is still active today.
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Re: JetPhoto Pre-Screening Thread...

Posted: Thu May 23, 2019 8:46 pm
by Not_Karl
...Not_Karl's great grandparents and paternal grandmother established a movement to ban all aeroplanies that spans four generations and is still active today.
No, I started the movement myself, without knowing of this tragedy. Probably genetic memory.