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Thread: Douglas DC-3 Over Bern!

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    Default Douglas DC-3 Over Bern!

    A SwissAir DC-3 Over the Capital!

    Christopher Tarana
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    What kind of FS are you using? There are almost no buildings and landmarks. I noticed that in your other screenshots too. Would be a perfect vintage environment!

    Bernard

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    It's default FS9 I think.
    I've been to Bern, and it does not even remotely look like this (same as Kopenhagen in one of your other threads).

    Maybe it's an idea to have a look here: https://www.freewarescenery.com/

    tons of nice freeware scenery, and some excellent new cloud textures as well, FS9 can actually look quite nice.
    Slapping paint on flightsim models
    you'll find all my FSX/P3D repaints here and all my MSFS repaints here.

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    And while everyone else added their 2 cents in, try another view, the rear end of an aircraft is not something to showcase. Try another view and expand the pic with the "+" key, if need be! change views with the the 7,8,9,4,6,1,2,3 key then expand with the "+" key. I realize you are running FS2004, but others out there are running the same and getting better results! JMHO!

    Rick

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    It's Fs9 with some scenerys installed, Hogwarts Caste and the one's from Bill Lyon's Aircraft! The scenery settings are maxxed out!

    Christopher Tarana

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    Okay, forget I said anything! Even with FS9/FS2004, you could get better, but, if you are happy with the pics, then so be it! Either way, the rear end of the aircraft doesn't do much for the viewer!

    Rick

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    Everyone is certainly free to publish their screenshots as they wish.

    However, it would be desirable if the posts represent real information values. Because FS9 in particular is exposed to an outrageous cut-throat competition, sometimes even 'demonization'. One should not unintentionally encourage these tendencies. We should do everything to keep FS9 alive and still interesting and fascinating!

    Bernard

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    Chris - Some good suggestions here if your sim rig and graphics set up can handle them. A variety of views besides from the rear would be welcome.

    That said - do it your way. I've always enjoyed your shots and frequent posts of many different kinds of aircraft. Keep them coming!

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    [QUOTE=leuen;2186084]Everyone is certainly free to publish their screenshots as they wish.

    My thoughts exactly!!

    Michael
    Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.

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    Cool

    I am certainly willing to expand my screenshot Skills! It might get ugly!

    Christopher Tarana

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