Oldtimer fly-in/Photoflying days in Zoersel

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Re: Oldtimer fly-in/Photoflying days in Zoersel

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Some great picture in this thread! Here some of mine, very enjoyable evening, well organised and lots of awesome planes!

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Nice pictures! :respect:
amarx wrote:Just 2 movies for now,the photo's wil follow..
Can't wait to see the photos! :D


Here is the OO-NUE before the unfortunate collision with the bus.

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great pictures and videos in this tread, please show us more
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Hi guy's,

This my first posting to Scamble ever after following various topics for a long time and reading a lot. I've just started photgraphing airplanes and not so famliair with all the brands, types and models as the most of you are. I've been to Zoersel on saterday for the first time. Nice weather, nice people and very nice planes. Here are some of the results of that experience :) ( I liked being there a lot thats for sure).

Hope you like them.


Cheers,
René.

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Nice pictures, but you should check the colors of #8 and 10, way too bluish. :)
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Only one for now.

Osa's Ark sitting quietly on the ramp at night after arriving from Texel:
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Less "freedom to move" than last year (no airside access for most people), but as the piccies show still a GREAT event! 8)
Another edition next year :?:
:roll: :loud: :|
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Torchus wrote:Nice pictures, but you should check the colors of #8 and 10, way too bluish. :)
Thanks for the comment, I've checked the colors on a calibrated monitor this morning, they are too bluish indeed :? .

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Spotters in action:
Yeah i know ISO 3200 just a fun shot.
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Really had a good and fun time with you guyes,Eric,Hans and Erwin...:-))

Some random shots
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And of course the special flight:
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Adam, :shock: 8) :D :yourock: :dance: :great:
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Your night time shots are nice Adam, looks like some nice Irish guy let you borrow some of his flash light :mrgreen:
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IrishAirPics wrote:Your night time shots are nice Adam, looks like some nice Irish guy let you borrow some of his flash light :mrgreen:
Haha yeah,thanks BTW.
My own ext-Flasher has no strobe function,and the rechargeable battery's where also emty. :x
But now i can see that an more expensive flasher has some nice options...
Is that the 1st or II type of the 580ex?

Thanks that we could borow some of your thunder flashes.. :respect:
Greetings,Adam :wink:
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Dutchcorps;photo 1 :toppie: :worship:

Ghanz; awesome :worship:

Armax;Very nice picture :yourock: :day: :worship:

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Stratofreighter wrote:Less "freedom to move" than last year (no airside access for most people), but as the piccies show still a GREAT event! 8)
Another edition next year :?:
I thought it was a bit disapointing ( was there sunday) because I was expecting the mustang, P-40 and the trojans.
Did't know that they were there only saturday.
I checked the website, and could't find anything that they were there only saturday... :(

nice pic's amarxs!

two of mine,

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ugly plane ( my humble opinion)

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Re: Oldtimer fly-in/Photoflying days in Zoersel

Post by Hans Rolink »

Had loads of fun those days!

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Thanks to Eric and the Aviation Photo Crew as well as to Charlotte for the ride in the other Speed Canard!

Hans.
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