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Slowly But Surely
08/11/2006 10:23:55 PM
Slowly But Surely
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Comment by connie:
COOL Image!
Slowly But Surely
08/11/2006 08:51:35 PM
Slowly But Surely
by captbender

Comment by trina101:
Awesome!
Texan Trainer
08/11/2006 05:15:43 PM
Texan Trainer
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Comment by TonyT:
Is this at Oshkosh?
Slowly But Surely
08/11/2006 04:19:16 PM
Slowly But Surely
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Comment by LucidLotus:
Excellent capture. The focus is nice the natural light is a bit harsh and I wish there were a little more contrast depth but I love the ambience of the image and how 1940's it looks to me. I immediately was drawn into the photo and made a connection and that always overrules any issues I see in the technical department. Great idea, fits the challenge well, really made a connection so I gave an 8
Texan Trainer
08/11/2006 12:55:26 PM
Texan Trainer
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Comment by docurrie:
Very nice color and stop action. I think the only thing that would have improved this is more negative space in front of the plane for it to fly into.
Texan Trainer
08/11/2006 12:19:06 PM
Texan Trainer
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Comment by glad2badad:
This is tough to catch without some motion blur...I've seen a couple of airplane/helicopter shots so far where the prop was actually stopped with high enough shutter speed. Might take a minor hit on this since the prop is still blurred. Did you bump the color saturation some? The blue looks a little overdone - maybe it's the smoke. Is the smoke supposed to be blue? Speaking of smoke, I'm glad this plane has that going on, otherwise this image might be a little too static/documentary to generate any 'wow' votes.

Best of luck to you in the challenge.
Texan Trainer
08/11/2006 07:01:34 AM
Texan Trainer
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Comment by Skip:
you need a faster shutter to stop the propeller ;-)
08/11/2006 04:53:23 AM

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Comment by Skip:
excellent job framing the shot.
Texan Trainer
08/10/2006 05:29:01 PM
Texan Trainer
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Comment by Mal37:
Excellent shot! I'd love to see a bit more detail in the shadows, but that's really just nitpicking.
Texan Trainer
08/10/2006 05:26:05 PM
Texan Trainer
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Comment by Gatorguy:
I like this image, the plane is interesting and the smoke is neat. My negative is I think it's cropped way too close in the front. The plane has nowhere to go. 6
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