Flying Aircraft Spottings


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Note: These were at 15,000 feet and it was -5*C so pardon the heat haze :)


737-700 Southwest old livery at 15,000 feet

DisneyLand Alaskan 737-900

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Thank You!


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Alaskan 737-900 Honoring Those Who Serve Livery

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#3

Good pictures, however this is your 3rd #real-world-aviation:spotting topic today, you are spamming the category. Please refrain from doing this, thanks!


#4

The Alaska 739 flew into JFK this morning. It flew over me as I was walking to school. Very nice livery 👍🏼


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Icelandair 50 years livery 757-200

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#6

There’s a 10 image rule. @robertine


#7

Thank you, I noticed, this is my thread for all of them, the other ones can be closed if you wish, I’ll post them all here. Thank you for keeping the community civil! :)


#9

Which alaskan 739?


#10

Not to burst your bubble, but this isn’t really very good detail. I’d say compared to other pictures on this forum, these aren’t that good of quality.


#11

The ‘Those Who Serve’ one


#12

I understand, but this is the first time I have a camera that does more than 10X zoom, so I’m in awe :)


#13

Thank you so much for being honest!


#14

You are right, but lets remember that everyone has a different set of standards on different things. Maybe this quality isn’t of standard set by you, but it does meet the standards of the #real-world-aviation:spotting category. :)


#15

Last one is photoshopped for sure.


#16

How is it Photoshopped?

Also nice profile picture 👀


#17

It is not photoshopped, but I have a few questions:
1: What makes you think it is?
2: Even if it WERE photoshopped (it isn’t), what would I post it here?

Trust me, my photoshop skills aren’t THAT good :)


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Dash 8 Q400 Oregon Ducks Special Livery


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  1. The ends of the wings are shown underneath the tree branches when they should be behind it.
  2. Idk and idc it’s still a cool shot

#20

You might want to zoom out a little bit to try and get the whole aircraft while stabilizing the image. You can always crop it afterwards;)
Edit: I don’t know if you’ve considered getting a tripod, they’re like 15-20 USD on amazon


#21

The tree is out of focus, and the lens is wider than the branches, which is why you can see the parts of the plane.