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PMDG 737NGX Screenshot Thread

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Hey,I didn't want to start another screenshot topic just for myself so I'll just take the liberty to start this topic where everyone can post their 737NGX pics blum.gifHere I go:Click on the pic to see at a better resolution and quality.2011-11-6_21-21-14-580_1.jpgSinttulo-1_1.jpgSlightly edited with Adobe Camera Raw.I'd have one of these pics as desktop background if I didn't have to share this computer :DPS: Apparently Photobucket makes greens less saturated and it doesn't look like in the original pic >.<Santi

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A few of my favorites:pmdg737ngxussnocturne-1.jpg?t=1326843619repaint by Ioan Blidariu2012-1-1_12-10-27-850.jpgrepaint by Rich Sennett2012-1-14_7-1-31-493.jpgrepaint by Rich SennettFor me, the NGX has provided many great (and unique) flight sim experiences. Its worth every penny I paid for it.


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Wow, Pete. I can see why they're your favorites. Those 1st two looked real. Perfect lighting on the sides had me convinced. The 3rd one brought me to my senses, but just barely because of the ground texture and light glow on the runway.


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:( :(


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Sorry that they might be a little small :(Edited with Adobe Lightroom :)photo002vr.jpgphoto003y.jpgphoto004nc.jpgphoto005z.jpgphoto006p.jpgphoto007jt.jpg


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Wow, Pete. I can see why they're your favorites. Those 1st two looked real. Perfect lighting on the sides had me convinced. The 3rd one brought me to my senses, but just barely because of the ground texture and light glow on the runway.
Thanks Dan.Pete

Pete Dob

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Here's a screenshot I took on an early morning flight from Stansted to Athens. morninghasbroken.th.png


David R. Madge

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Here's a screenshot I took on an early morning flight from Stansted to Athens.
My favorite time to sim, David. When I look at buying a car, one of my hang ups is a well lit interior. I am sure that comes from my night simming passion.

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My favorite time to sim, David. When I look at buying a car, one of my hang ups is a well lit interior. I am sure that comes from my night simming passion.
Thanks Dan, I'm still experimenting with cockpit colors to find a cool looking set.

David R. Madge

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So I'm not alone here. I also prefer evening/nighttime flying to daytime flying :D. The coziness of 737 adds some points to it too.Nothing special here. Evening departure from ESSA.201217145542323.png


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Sorry, Dont have a clue how to post images :(


 

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First upload it somewhere, for example http://imageshack.us/
Ah thanks!!

 

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