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HLJames

Las Vegas to Albuquerque, New Mexico

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MSE 2 Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico

 

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Wow!

It's hard to explain what I mean, but some photoreal shots look more "real" than others. With photoreal, there's usually one or two minor (or major!) indicators that you're looking at a sim screenshot, impressive though they may be.

 

What I'm getting at is shots 6 &7 over the canyon - the angle, the lighting, the sky all come together and might as well be photographs of the actual terrain rather than pictures laid over a detailed mesh. They make the Mooney stand out as clearly a flightsim model, as if someone has photoshopped it over a real picture. :cool:

 

Like I said, hard to explain, but I hope you get what i mean.

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Wow!

It's hard to explain what I mean, but some photoreal shots look more "real" than others. With photoreal, there's usually one or two minor (or major!) indicators that you're looking at a sim screenshot, impressive though they may be.

 

What I'm getting at is shots 6 &7 over the canyon - the angle, the lighting, the sky all come together and might as well be photographs of the actual terrain rather than pictures laid over a detailed mesh. They make the Mooney stand out as clearly a flightsim model, as if someone has photoshopped it over a real picture. :cool:

 

Like I said, hard to explain, but I hope you get what i mean.

Thanks very much for commenting....You're right the scenery is made form aerial photo laid over a detailed mesh...the photo captures the actual color so that elements of sandstone, limestone, granite, igneous and metamorphic rock can be distinguished...also erosion pattern!

 

 

What a majestic scenery

Appreciate the comment....Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico are very scenic!

 

HLJAMES

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Jawdropping scenery. love the last one :)

Many thanks for commenting......#10 Vulcan's Throne a cinder cone on the north rim and volcanic field!

 

HLJAMES

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Awesome details!!

Big thank you.....#14 Little Colorado River near Tuba City!

 

HLJAMES

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