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Old 01-10-2009, 07:00 PM
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Air Asia~ Now Everyone Can Fly

Did some minor PP. C&C Please

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Old 01-10-2009, 07:56 PM
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for aviation photography, u need to show the whole body of the aircraft, in this pic, the tail got crop a little bit, not so perfect already. Beside that, tighter composition also better in this kind of photography.

For the editing, the vignetting is too much IMHO
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Old 01-10-2009, 09:24 PM
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Actually I wouldn't consider this 'minor' PP. The whole background seems to have been replaced.

Usually, when flying above clouds, the plane is already exceeding the maximum landing gear operating speed. Also, theres no real reason for the pilot to deploy the landing gear at this altitude. I could be wrong, but if you want to pp the plane to appear in flight, this might not seem to make sense.

Also, theres a bit of the background you missed out while edging out the plane, around the landing gear area.

Here's a version that I think is more believable.

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Old 01-10-2009, 11:14 PM
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for aviation photography, u need to show the whole body of the aircraft, in this pic, the tail got crop a little bit, not so perfect already. Beside that, tighter composition also better in this kind of photography.

For the editing, the vignetting is too much IMHO
Noted Jack kor

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Actually I wouldn't consider this 'minor' PP. The whole background seems to have been replaced.

Usually, when flying above clouds, the plane is already exceeding the maximum landing gear operating speed. Also, theres no real reason for the pilot to deploy the landing gear at this altitude. I could be wrong, but if you want to pp the plane to appear in flight, this might not seem to make sense.

Also, theres a bit of the background you missed out while edging out the plane, around the landing gear area.

Here's a version that I think is more believable.

I didnt change the background... the plane is like that.. i oso wonder why the pilot still deploying the landing gear..

Haha.. i oso think thats a better slogan

Thanks for the comments
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Old 01-10-2009, 11:28 PM
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If the pilot really kept that gear deployed at high speeds, thats real scary.

But I guess the clouds seen here are actually above the plane. My mistake then. I got the impression its banking left while flying high. Hee hee.
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Old 01-10-2009, 11:35 PM
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If the pilot really kept that gear deployed at high speeds, thats real scary.

But I guess the clouds seen here are actually above the plane. My mistake then. I got the impression its banking left while flying high. Hee hee.
Haha.. if i were to able to shoot the plane that high i need a 1000mm zoom lens
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Old 01-10-2009, 11:38 PM
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I've been looking at too many of these.

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Old 01-11-2009, 12:09 PM
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Actually I wouldn't consider this 'minor' PP. The whole background seems to have been replaced.

Usually, when flying above clouds, the plane is already exceeding the maximum landing gear operating speed. Also, theres no real reason for the pilot to deploy the landing gear at this altitude. I could be wrong, but if you want to pp the plane to appear in flight, this might not seem to make sense.

Also, theres a bit of the background you missed out while edging out the plane, around the landing gear area.

Here's a version that I think is more believable.

[IMG]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3450/3184855302_36f32cc1a8_o.jpg
Yup... wonder what are those behind the right bogey and infront of the left bogey. The left engine also has some splash of golden color.

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for aviation photography, u need to show the whole body of the aircraft, in this pic, the tail got crop a little bit, not so perfect already. Beside that, tighter composition also better in this kind of photography.

For the editing, the vignetting is too much IMHO
Correct... either you show all of them, or you can zoom
really close to the nose, tail, engine cowlings or gears,
but not to clip any of the parts if you wanted to show all of them.

Your angle already good, nice lighting for this take-off picture of the aircraft.
The gears are about to be retracted, note the front nose wheel doors already opened up...

Compare that doors to the ones on the A320 that about to land here...

hope thread starter doesn't mind I share one of my shots here...

BTW... is that a Bank Rakyat's aircraft with AirAsia advert?...

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I didnt change the background... the plane is like that.. i oso wonder why the pilot still deploying the landing gear..

Haha.. i oso think thats a better slogan

Thanks for the comments
Haha...Slogan said it correctly "Everyone now can fly" but NOT all pilot remember to close up the landing gear after take off....because this is AirAsia le
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Old 01-11-2009, 05:17 PM
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Haha...Slogan said it correctly "Everyone now can fly" but NOT all pilot remember to close up the landing gear after take off....because this is AirAsia le
They have a standard procedure to retract the landing gears whereby
those wheels have to be below certain temperature before 'gear-up'...
And Airbuses are well known to have higher wheels temperature than Boeings..
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