And as you say, film makes you consider your shots more carefully, especially nowadays, since you know every frame costs you money. Overall i think that switching to film has made me a better, more selective photographer. It makes you think before you press the shutter button, is this shot worth it ...Jump to post
I agree, there is nothing like holding an actual physical photograph, it's the real deal, reality frozen in time, so to speak.Jump to post
weberflying wrote:I like to shoot on film too.
I think it has a really special aesthetic you can't create with digital cameras.
They even offer different scanning option from a basic Epson V700, Nikon LS-5000 which gives me around 21Mp from 35mm slides, or even Drum scanning, but the drum scans are 6 bucks a pop! although the quality is insane.Jump to post
There is a really good lab here in my town less than 2km from me, They do in-house B&W, C-41 and E-6 processing. They opened 5 years ago and have had to hire people recently to aid with processing as they barely could keep up with the amount of film getting sent or dropped off at them, i've beco...Jump to post
Cool, nice to see the film resurgence has also extended somewhat into the aviation community.Jump to post
Yes! , I shoot Fuj slide filmJump to post
Yes, to some of you this may sound nuts but i quit digital in 2017 and went back to shooting film, i just recently started again on aviation photography after losing interest in around 2010 ( my last pics i took were of the first time in October 2010 when a Lufthansa A380 visited PMI. Main tool is a...Jump to post
Who cares on what aircraft or for how long.
Seeing a BA aircraft fly in 2019 with the Landor Livery is still glorious
BA just announced on Facebook that City of Swansea will be painted in their Landor Livery.
This is amazing!!!
https://www.facebook.com/76903425829/po ... 473835830/
Somebody should start an A220 orders thread, ifther eisn't one yet.Jump to post
How can JFK be so useless at dealing with winter weather??
JFK is one of the most important airports in the world, you'd think they have well thought out plans and the equipment to deal with this kind of weather!
Watch and learn JFK : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yas5NdrmixU
I just so happen to have a friend at Finnair who is a flight attendant, she does long haul international flights, i can ask herJump to post
I have a friend who is a flight attendant at Finnair, i could ask her every now and then for inside classified info!Jump to post
I love Finnair, every time i've flown on them it has been a great experience.
I wish they had a regular direct PMI-HEL flight, since i'm Finish and i'd love to be able to fly directly to HEL, and from there just have to get on the train to Oulu.
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Main : Son Sant Joan ( PMI/LEPA/LESJ )
Old : Son Bonet ( LESB ) Now used for civil aicraft.
Population, about 400.000.
So , do't feed the trollsJump to post
I follow the Airliners.net Facebook page and it seems that in a lot of pictures where there are Airbuses there is some ( usually ) American saying that Airbus is crap , because it's french , european and " If it ain't Boeing i'm not going"
I really don't get the hate...
Favorite : As my name suggests
2. L-1011 Tri Star
3. A350 ( Hope to get to fly one one someday )
2. ATR 72
Which of these is your favorite and why? I figured they would be a fair comparison since they are all 3 engined widebodies I love the L1011, I Have vague memories of when i was a child going plane spotting with my dad in the 90s and seeing one take off ( Caledonian airlines i think ) and was amazed ...Jump to post
I miss the old frontpage, it remained unchanged for what, 10-15 years?Jump to post
True i should probably wait for it and see what they have thereJump to post
I am Finnish and i also thought when i saw the new Finnair livery, what the hell?! but then when you see it against the snow in winter, like i did taxiing last winter at Vantaa on a snowy day it makes perfect sense, it looks fantastic
I think Iberia's new livery is crap
I heard Airbus is having trouble selling their A380s as the industry is moving towards more efficient twin engined aircraft.
Is it the end of the A380?
Interesting i thought it would be older, btw i'm a noob to this site where do you find all the info regarding build date etc??Jump to post
https://www.airliners.net/photo/Spain-Ai ... 8C/2844065
I still see this 707-300 operated by the Spanish airforce here at PMI, does anybody know it's build date?, i love seeing it every time because of the unique noise and ofcourse the trail of black soot these old 707 leave anwhere they go