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Just a couple from a flight I did tonight. 

 

I bought the FSLabs A320 and A319 a couple days ago.....wonderful airplane.

 

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Love the lighting! Looks like the aircraft is lit up from the light coming from the ground below. How is that effect achieved? Is it an add-on?

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Nice pics wondering the same! 


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I would imagine hes using TomatoShade with the reflection profiles for the Airbus installed.

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Nice. How does the lit up work? Does it change with altitude, bank angle, overflying city lights or not, etc.?


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Sorry for the late response everyone. 

Yes, as stated above, tomatoshade with the reflections enabled.

In all honesty, the reflections are really nice...but only in specific circumstences.

In a lot of the cases while at the gate or on the ground, they look really bad at certain camera angles and the dynamic lights from the airport get overexposed on the airplane so it doesnt look too good.

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1 hour ago, Murmur said:

Nice. How does the lit up work? Does it change with altitude, bank angle, overflying city lights or not, etc.?

Depending on how high you are and your dynamic reflection settings....you will see ground reflections and what not. 

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19 minutes ago, ahsmatt7 said:

Depending on how high you are and your dynamic reflection settings....you will see ground reflections and what not. 

Thank you, in the pics it looks really nice. So, if you overfly dark terrain (e.g. outside urban areas) the aircraft gets dark?

 


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On 9/19/2018 at 1:16 PM, Murmur said:

Thank you, in the pics it looks really nice. So, if you overfly dark terrain (e.g. outside urban areas) the aircraft gets dark?

 

yes

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Do you have a YT channel? I'm curious to see it in motion. :-)


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9 hours ago, Murmur said:

Do you have a YT channel? I'm curious to see it in motion. 🙂

I dont. Sorry...

I'm sure you can find others that do though.

I actually reverted back to the stock p3d reflections. 


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