chris28_17
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Double Take Double Take

Mon Dec 18, 2000 5:59 am

Just surfing through some of the myriads of great pictures on this database and did a double take when i noticed almost an identical photo as one of mine!! here it is:


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Photo © James Reppucci


AND... here is mine....


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Photo © Chris weldy



and although mine is a 767, and the other an A300, it is still almost the same shot!! (of course i personally like mine better   but i would anyway!)

Has anyone else ever found a shot like one of yours?? a shot that you KNOW 100% that the person was standing in the same exact spot as you?? i think its pretty cool myself!!

Okay, im way too bored this afternoon (snowed in!)


CHRIS
 
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RE: Double Take Double Take

Mon Dec 18, 2000 7:18 am

Yes I have a couple of photos that are basically the same as some other photographer on here (Good to know that it is because when did a group shooting that we sometimes got the same pics     You can really see the different films result, I personally was using Kodak Gold 100


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Photo © Nicolas Bourbillon




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Photo © Felix Sieder




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Photo © Henry Jr Godding



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Photo © Nicolas Bourbillon




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Photo © Felix Sieder



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rindt
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Here's A Triple Take For You!

Mon Dec 18, 2000 9:50 am

Hi

Here's one better... Richard Silagi, Mark Abbott and I (Rob) shot N539MC of Atlas Air on August 27th of this year... all virtually the same... see below .

MINE. (Nikkor 80-200 F2.8 and KR 64)
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Photo © Rob Rindt



RICHARD'S (Nikon 70-300 F4(?) and Kodak print film.
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Photo © Richard Silagi



MARK'S (Pentax 80-210(?) and KR 64
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Photo © Mark Abbott



Regards,
Rob

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Dazed767
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Here's One

Mon Dec 18, 2000 1:31 pm

mine

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Photo © Justin Cederholm - Orlando/Tampa Aviation Photography



his

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Photo © Brian Stevenson - Orlando/Tampa Aviation Photography



mine

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Photo © Justin Cederholm - Orlando/Tampa Aviation Photography



his

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Photo © Brian Stevenson - Orlando/Tampa Aviation Photography

 
sunilgupta
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RE: Double Take Double Take

Tue Dec 19, 2000 1:46 am

Rob, All

It would be interesting to know what kind of scanners, software and image correction each of you use as well.

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rindt
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RE: Double Take Double Take

Tue Dec 19, 2000 6:10 pm

Hi

I can't tell you with certainty what Richard and Mark use, however I think Mark said he uses the HP20 to scan slides.
I personally use a "Tamarack 2400FS" to scan my slides. It is ultra-cheap. I paid maybe $225US for it. In so far, I've had very few problems with it (sometimes it can't scan certain lighter-coloured slides with ease, so it takes a few tries, and eventually they turn out dark, in which I have to use the "brighten" function. I have some examples of normally exposed slides that just 'look' dark. Most of my American Airline slides have the problems...) I scan everything at 1800DPI. The rest is a matter of resizing and natural "sharpening" with PSP 7.0

Here are some 'dark' shots :


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Photo © Rob Rindt



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Photo © Rob Rindt



They are perfectly exposed shots, but the scanner has troubles, so they are dark or bright and off-coloured. Then again, I got what I paid for.  

-Rob

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hias
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RE: Here's One

Tue Dec 19, 2000 7:58 pm

Here is one of mine:

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Photo © Mathias Henig



and here is a shot of a friend of mine:

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Photo © Dirk Jaeger



again one taken by myself:

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Photo © Mathias Henig



and taken by another one:

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Photo © Eddy Gual - Aviation Photography Of Miami



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Mathias
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chris28_17
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Triple Take!

Thu Dec 21, 2000 12:28 pm

I was just looking through the most recent uploads and DEJA VU!! there is my picture AGAIN!!!!


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Photo © James Reppucci



Here was the other one:

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Photo © James Reppucci




and of course, mine:

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Photo © Chris weldy





must be a good spot  



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