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Some old FS9 shots

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In reaction to the discussion in another thread on FS9, I did some digging and I found some really old screenshots from my FS9 days.

I started painting aircraft with FS9, and was also looking for scenery enhancements and better cloud textures to try and make my shots as realistic as possible. In real life I'm a geologist, often studying the landscape, so the default textures just were not good enough for me, so I looked for photoreal ground textures, or I tried to obscure them with clouds or snow.

Here's a few of my shots, hopefully showing that FS9 could look quite nice:

48542855262_bec8db1c94_c.jpgF-BHAJ-4 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


48542855537_cc5ffea426_b.jpg42kay1 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


48542855477_a737a04c4f_b.jpg12109 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


48542855152_501a3b03a9_h.jpgFS96356 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


48542705641_d7dfe9f3c5_h.jpghalf3 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


48542705126_4662b49bdd_b.jpgzombie00 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


48827259302_fe6cd3b103_b.jpg391 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


48542855172_62347d2954_h.jpgFS92117 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr


this last one was from my last flight in FS9, before I moved to FSX (and P3D and MSFS), which gave more possibilities ground-texture wise, especially with ORBX textures, and better aircraft models as well. It was the A2A P-47 that lured me over..


If you still have nice FS9 shots, feel free to add them.

Edited by jankees

Slapping paint on flightsim models

you'll find all my FSX/P3D repaints here and all my MSFS repaints here.

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Great collection of FS9 shots! It definitely can still look very nice.

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