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1 hour ago, Rico said:

I can't think of a more beautiful and interesting part of the world to live in, although I hear they have better autumns out there.

All the best in Ottawa and come back for a visit sometime.

When I get there...might take a year yet at this rate. In the meantime, stuck in SK where I have nothing else to do but work on photos and recover. And I can think of many places I would rather be than Alberta for the foreseeable future.

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Continuing the aviation theme. Mid $$ 

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21 hours ago, Tony ALS said:

Uwe, Upday is an online news app. Sales just started to be noticed to them so a package deal must have been done as prices are low.

 

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, Bryan said:

I have very few plane pics, but this is one of my favourites. PU low $$

 

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If shot within the last few years, it's very likely that I know one of the Vulcan pilots flying in this picture - he flew them 'in anger' during the Cold War. It's a helluva special aeroplane to fly, apparently. And boy, do those fellas have some stories! 

 

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31 minutes ago, NYCat said:

Estonia, website, bulk discount. How do I put less than $???? for my share Ah well. Also had a better one that I'll post tomorrow. I sure had fun in Churchill... along with the playful bears.. 

 

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Polar Bears play-fighting in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

 

Paulette

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23 hours ago, Rico said:

It was one of my own skies. The Adobe ones were too dramatic and I needed something more realistic. I am going to start shooting more skies soon to add to that folder.

Thankyou for the compliment🙂

This YouTube guy does a great advanced tutorial. It helped me quite a bit.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdjsUlOxvrU&t=13s

 

I'd also be worried about using the Adobe skies for any use other than personal due to possible copyright problems.

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5 hours ago, Richard Baker said:

 

If shot within the last few years....

 

In 2011 it most likely would be, and I agree. Flying down the Grand Canyon, then landing and seeing a map indicating it as off limits was one memorable story!

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1 hour ago, mickfly said:

I'd also be worried about using the Adobe skies for any use other than personal due to possible copyright problems.

I wouldn't have any issues using the Adobe skies if suitable for the subject. It doesn't seem to me that Adobe is the kind of company that would need to download sky photos and remove the watermark. I'm also  pretty sure that they have lot of their own skies (and lawyers) to make this OK for usage.

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33 minutes ago, Rico said:

I wouldn't have any issues using the Adobe skies if suitable for the subject. It doesn't seem to me that Adobe is the kind of company that would need to download sky photos and remove the watermark. I'm also  pretty sure that they have lot of their own skies (and lawyers) to make this OK for usage.

I'm sure the stock skies are cleared for use. More to the point, though, is that if you do use one you may be in breach of contract because you can no longer warrant that you own the copyright in the entire image, as per term 4.2.

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1 hour ago, spacecadet said:

I'm sure the stock skies are cleared for use. More to the point, though, is that if you do use one you may be in breach of contract because you can no longer warrant that you own the copyright in the entire image, as per term 4.2.

Ahh, good point. I hardly ever read the fine print on contracts. Might be a good time to start.

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56 minutes ago, Rico said:

Ahh, good point. I hardly ever read the fine print on contracts. Might be a good time to start.

I suspect the Adobe licence terms would cover it. But it's definitely a thing. I don't subscribe to PS but I think I'd only use my own skies. I would probably start collecting them, as I used to collect sunsets on film.

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10 hours ago, Bryan said:

I have very few plane pics, but this is one of my favourites. PU low $$

 

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When I was a kid, I grew up in a village about 10 miles from Filton airfield near Bristol. We often saw these fly over our village on their way to/from the aviation works (British Aerospace).

As youngsters, we always called the Vulcan the Army Concorde !  (Concorde was another regular plane that we saw too).

Happy days.

 

There is a Vulcan at Robin Hood airport in Yorkshire that I have seen. The people there told me that even though it is not airworthy anymore, they still run the engines up and let it taxi up and down a bit of the runway, to help keep it in some sort of working order.

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4 minutes ago, AlbertSnapper said:

There is a Vulcan at Robin Hood airport in Yorkshire

That's the one, XH558. It was restored and flown for ten years until about 2016.

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33 minutes ago, AlbertSnapper said:

There is a Vulcan at Robin Hood airport in Yorkshire that I have seen. ....they still run the engines up and let it taxi up and down a bit of the runway,..

We have one at Southend too. It was from volunteering on it that got me into submitting articles and images to the aviation magazines, and eventually, many years later, wider subjects to Alamy.

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Potash Mine; low $$

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