Taken at the Museum of flight in East fortune near Edinburgh on 26/9/10. This is the now grounded supersonic master piece that is Concorde. Powered by 4 Rolls Royce Olympus engines this was the only supersonic passenger aircraft. I took this as a snap and it was after I noticed the perspective really worked. The picture was taken using my canon eos rebel t1i (500d) dslr 18-55mm lens at 18mm using an aperture setting 3.5 with a shutter speed of 1/25 and an iso setting of 320. I then took the raw file and went +/- stops. the files were merged and tone mapped in Photomatix pro 3.2 and then I adjusted the levels in adobe photoshop cs4. this is an HDR pic
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Comments

  • Bob Culshaw
    Bob Culshawalmost 4 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your artwork with the Photomatix HDR Group!

  • Thanks Bob :)

    – Paul Gibb

  • Yhun Suarez
    Yhun Suarezalmost 4 years ago

    nice work Paul :)

  • Thanks :)

    – Paul Gibb

  • FLYINGSCOTSMAN
    FLYINGSCOTSMANalmost 4 years ago

    Nice shot, looks a bit like a spaceship on another planet

  • It does slightly – I like the young lad on the left looking up amazed at Concorde. Thanks :)

    – Paul Gibb

  • Neil Ross
    Neil Rossalmost 3 years ago

    A very unique perspective of a magnificent aircraft. The tail bumper gear looks bigger than I imagined. Nice shot, Paul :D

  • Thanks Neil, It was one of those moments when I looked up and thought yeah that would work :)

    – Paul Gibb

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