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That's quite a sight, thank you!

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Awesome!!  Thanks :D
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Great shot! Well done Erik

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Hi Erik.
Stunning shot of one of my favourite jets, and the most modern fighter jet I show any interest in. Thanks for posting.
Some really great shots on here recently.

Cheers Graham.

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Wichita Air Museum Restoration.  Sorry about not including this additional information.  It is a 1920 Laird Swallow with a 1917 Double Ignition Curtis engine.
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Hi Joe.
Welcome to this subject. I know you have already been welcomed else where to the forum.
That is beautiful craftmanship, what exactly is it they are restoring?

Cheers Graham.



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Awesome shot, love seeing the wood ribs!  It looks like a Curtis "Jenny"?

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Awesome shot, love seeing the wood ribs! 
+1 ... very nicely captured.
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Awesome shot, love seeing the wood ribs! 
+1 ... very nicely captured.

+1  I love the wood also.

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Awesome shot, love seeing the wood ribs! 
+1 ... very nicely captured.

+1  I love the wood also.
It is a 1920 Laird Swallow with a 1917 Double Ignition Curtis engine.

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B-17G Nine-0-Nine.  Two photos are included.  I took the one labeled "Before_Edits" at Jabara Airport, Wichita KS (EOS 7D, f16, 1/160s, ISO400, 28mm L Glass) and edited with PSE9.  Awhile later, I had a one-on-one with a fellow photographer (J.B.) about the use of PSE layers to remove hangers, background aircraft, traffic cones, etc.  His results shown in "After_Edits".
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Wichita Air Museum Restoration.  Sorry about not including this additional information.  It is a 1920 Laird Swallow with a 1917 Double Ignition Curtis engine.

Very nice picture, I had heard of paper bodied plane before, but that engine cover rocks. Seriously, it really puts things in perspective seeing that seat and airframe.
What a mess, my camera's sensor is full of massless particules that keep on trying to behave like waves!

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Great Planes and super photos

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That's some superb editing on that B-17 shot!!

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