I Believe I Can Fly (14 Airplane Cockpits)

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27 thoughts on “I Believe I Can Fly (14 Airplane Cockpits)

  1. @elenbaas74: The last one is “Cockpit Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet CRJ700”. Click on the image and scroll down. There is a description for that image.

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  2. Anyone have any idea how the exposures are matched so well?
    Normally the windows are blown out. Just wondering how much photoshop work is required because I have access to a ton of airplanes.
    Thanks

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  3. Chris: You might want to use multiple exposures and blend them together. Try to look up HDR or “exposure blending” tutorials on the web.

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  4. Ok thanks.
    I am familiar with HDR but only in the sense of 1 framed shot with multiple exposures.
    Multiple shots with multiple exposures is where I get confused.
    Do you blend each framed shot for HDR then stitch? Would seem that each HDR would have a slightly different tone or exposure or would be difficult to match up with the next framed shot.
    Thanks all

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  5. Chris, if you keep the same exposure for all shots and the same setting for the exposure blending than you should be ok. I do this with no problems.

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