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USAF Academy - Model Plane

USAF Academy – Model Plane

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Gallery for today’s photos can be found HERE.

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6 Responses to Untitled Post 00082

  1. sandra getgood says:

    Interesting, the way you made the plane look as if it were in flight, with propellers whirling.

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    • disperser says:

      Not exactly realistic; there should be multiple shadows and more blurring, but I did not spend a lot of time on it.

      The funny part is that I have photos of actual planes in flight where the speed of the shutter froze the propellers, and they don’t look real. There are tutorials online (not surprising) for techniques to add realistic motion to the props. They require more steps and time than I had, so I just did a hint of them. Surprisingly, I think they look better on the full-size photos than the small one, and I would it thought the opposite.

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  2. AnnMarie says:

    The third and the sixth are excellent processes for this subject. They look very realistic, as if they were shot way back then during a war.

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  3. That’s much better now all I need is the sound, trouble is being nearly deaf I wouldn’t be able to hear it even if you had it :P

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    • disperser says:

      Try this . . . put your tongue through your lips, keeping it relaxed. Blow your breath out, forcing it past the closed lips surrounding the tongue. It sometimes helps if you also hum.

      If you do it right, you should get the tongue resonating, and generating a noise similar to that of an old-time airplane propeller motor. Even if you are deaf, the vibrations will be picked up by the bones of your face, and you should hear it.

      even cats can do it:

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