The flight deck || A321

Hello everyone!


Welcome everyone to another one of my #screenshots-and-videos topics! Since Iโ€™m at home, I decided to do a nice little challenging approach into Aspen with an A321 ๐Ÿ˜œ It was a greaser (Not even joking) Anyways, I love the animated A320 cockpit so I decided to give it some love this time!
Trust me, this will be the last lens flare edit in a some time ๐Ÿ˜…


(Sorry about the weird glitch on the front panel)

Flight Details

Route KDEN -> KASE
Flight time: 39 minutes
Aircraft: JetBlue A321



Let me know your thoughts and opinions below! (Feedback is appreciated but please make it constructive)

Thanks for looking, see you around!

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Thatโ€™s awesome! It looks really realistic!

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Lens flares. I freaking love lens flares. ๐Ÿ˜

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Beautiful, so beautifulโ€ฆ

Can I use this for my wallpaper?

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When he flew Denver to Aspen
in a Jetblue a321
Image result for edp 445 bruh

Jokes aside, nice shot :)

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Of course you can ๐Ÿ˜‰

I tried to have a challenge by using the A321 into Aspen. Was a greaser!

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You sure thatโ€™s not real life?

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Amazing shot! Great job ๐Ÿ‘

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Haha, thanks man! Iโ€™m pretty sure it is ๐Ÿคฃ

@Nate_Schneller so do I!

Thanks @Kryzlot!

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Wow! Nice, I think there is a little too much lens flare, but I love the angle and the scenery!

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BravoCharlie: Is this photo good?

Butter_Boi:

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Awesome lens flare, great photo!

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This deserves to be in a museum! Best Cockpit photo Iโ€™ve seen in awhile! Love it!

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That is an amazing picture I love the lens flare I can see you improving in every #screenshots-and-videos topic

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Thank you so much, I really appreciate it!

Haha thanks man!

Thanks @Butter_Boi! Really appreciate it!

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Absolutely stunning picture! Thanks for sharing!

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@AlphaSeven OMG I love the flares, how did you do it? I am super inspired

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I really like that editing! Donโ€™t stop doing it!

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Thanks everyone!


@SahyaQFFlyer I just took a lens flare picture from the internet and did little bit of fiddling in my software ;)