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Easyjet Plane Takes A Swim

Old 6th Feb 2005, 23:01
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Old 22nd Feb 2005, 14:45
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Hi all

Amazing how this image gets around after posting it to someone some months back.

Yes, it's a fake. It's my photograph taken at ABZ and the 'Flood Filter' done in Photoshop.

Great tool and can produce some fantastic effects.

Cheers

Gary Watt
ABZ

Hi all (again)

For all the doubters, the engines ARE running as it was taxiing to 34 for departure.

I can still confirm it\'s fake and if anyone else thinks different, ye need yer heids examined

Cheers

Gary
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Old 3rd Mar 2005, 08:59
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I was going to say... If you have a fast enough film or ISO setting for those who have digital the camera can capture fast moving objects very clearly, like the spinner of a 737 engine...

I work in film and TV production, and it drives me nuts when the news photographers have the camera set to a high shutter speed when they're filming helicopters, turns the rotorblades into sticks!
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