It always amazes me when humans and engineering marvels like vintage World War II airplane merge for a great show. I was among the spectators to see these awesome flying machines of the past still wowing the audience decades later.
In the distance is the Everett, Washington Boeing plant. At this plant they produce twin aisle aircraft to transport people and families all over the world. The current production lines are 747, 767, 777, and 787. Coming soon will be the newest addition to the family of airplanes… the 777X.
In this image I found the moment inspiring and thought that these people on that mound watching the airplanes turn and fly toward the runway would be an outstanding HDR image. I think it works. The colors are good. I only wish that girl was not wearing such a hot pink jacket. Please enjoy this photograph and take in the moment of others enjoying the magic of flight and vintage airplanes.
Software I use for my HDR processing:
Photomatix Pro – Used for creating high dynamic range.
Topaz Complete Collection – Photoshop enhancement plugin software.
Perfect Photo Suite 10.5 – Photographers choice for photo editing.
Adobe Lightroom 5 – Used for import and finishing touches.
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