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I neglected to note what type of aircraft this was when I captured this image but I really like the lines of this plane. Captured at the McChord Air Expo 2008 and processed (a lot) in Photoshop cs2.
plane, flight, aircraft, aviation, military, airforce, aeronautics
My photographs are not always technically correct, I tend to break the rules but I do that knowing what the rules are and having a reason to do so. My photographic images are what and how I see the world around me in my minds eye—they are who I am.
A Lockheed Electra Bryan. Nicely captured.
Thanks for the help Ranald—I got on the internet and looked up the Electra and the Beech 18. Just by going off of the wind screen design I think Keld is correct in stating that its a Beechcraft Model 18.
– Bryan Peterson
Looks more like a Beechcraft Model 18 to me. Hmm, have to check further.A wonderful capture, Bryan. Nicely composed.
Thanks Keld—you are now my official vintage aircraft spotter!!
Well the CS2 work paid off. Well done.
It does work well and I will have to keep using it until I can afford a computer with enough ram and processer to acommodate CS3 (or 4 by the time I’m ready)
I shall do my very best, Bryan – that I can promise.Thank you.
Aye, he could be right! The sloped windscreen and the lack of a light in the nose are give aways. Russin’ fussin’, am annoyed at such a basic mistake. :-)