Sun-downer (Day and Night of Polish Vipers @ EPLK airbase)

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kichu
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Sun-downer (Day and Night of Polish Vipers @ EPLK airbase)

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title says it all :) enjoy!

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Some very nice low light images here, but the 2 rotated (so the Viper is going uphill) ones don't work for me!

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Nice set like the second shot :clap:
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nigelblake wrote:Some very nice low light images here, but the 2 rotated (so the Viper is going uphill) ones don't work for me!


are we talking about the same image, no 2 is a level taxi closeup shot... no signs of going uphill for me...

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kichu wrote:
nigelblake wrote:Some very nice low light images here, but the 2 rotated (so the Viper is going uphill) ones don't work for me!


are we talking about the same image, no 2 is a level taxi closeup shot... no signs of going uphill for me...

He is talking about the two shots that you rotated, those being #10 and #14, and I agree with him. I wouldn't have posted #8 personally, the shot looks to be completely out of focus and the quality is very low compared to the rest of the set. The others are pretty good though.

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Some very nice shots here - #2 is a lovely close-up study, #6 in the hangar is very well presented and the reflections in the canopies on #12 and #13 are beautiful. :biggrin:
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Some nice burner shots in the low light, but cannot buy into the angle shots. All the same a good set, thanks for posting up. :clap:

By the way that contro tower looks something out of Stingray.
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