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Mig-23 Part Deux. How to beat a dead horse

March 4, 2016 in Aviation

Not trying to be repetitive here, but I shot some better photos of my 1/48 Trumpeter Mig-23.

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16 responses to Mig-23 Part Deux. How to beat a dead horse

  1. Nice shots, George, but you could’ve added ’em to your original post by simply clicking on “edit article” and selecting the appropriate pics. Jus’ sayin’…..:)

  2. George,

    There is nothing wrong with new and improved. Having the new pictures separate from the older pictures helps put the focus on the new. Showing the old photos is a distraction, I like the new darker back rounds and the clarity of the new pictures. Being creative is about the process of improving ones work…moving forward and not looking back.

    Two thumbs up on this one.

  3. Whatever, they are definitely nice pictures! Much appreciated.

  4. George your new photos look great. What type of digitalcamera do you use?

    • Thanks, Morne. I use a variety, but for these I used a Sony A7R 39MP camera and a Schneider TS 90mm Makro. I use PhaseOne’s CameraOne software to process the RAW images. I used a Comet 3200WS (Joule) Power pack and two flash heads to get the lighting. I may post a pic of my lighting set-up later.

  5. Never mind the photo issues-that’s one heck of a nice build.

  6. Nice work. You took care to paint the rear fuselage underside gray, which was common on these a/c.

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