domc712

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  1. It's been a long time since I made a proper window view video and I've finally produced a stunningly realistic sunset landing video. Please note the lens flare and window were composited in post-production using Adobe After Effects.
  2. Here are the raw screenshots, straight from FSX:
  3. Once again, just like my previous uploads, the only thing I've edited in is the lens flare. These are my own custom-made sky textures that I am constantly tweaking around to achieve the most realistic colours and gradients. I also use Mogwaisoft Shade for customised lighting (shadow/light/fog) colours.
  4. Here is the video I made where all the screenshots are from
  5. Please note: these are custom sky textures created by myself. The only thing that has been "edited" in these shots in the lens flare of the sun. This is the view facing away from the sun (the Antisolar point), where you can clearly see a rendering of the Belt of Venus phenomenon One from the apron a little later on:
  6. Looking up the Eisacktal valley along the Eastern Rhaetian Alps - Dolomites boundary from just east of Bolzano, Italy. (Please note the lens flare was added after the screenshots were taken, and not rendered in FSX) I wish FSX had an accurate Rayleigh scattering rendering like the blue haze in X-Plane which would make these kind of screenshots so much more realistic. I also wish FSX had a dynamic sun lens flare depiction so that its brighter and more intense during midday and smaller and softer during sunrise/sunset.
  7. Several screenshots from my latest video FSX Realistic Sunset Approach and Landing The footage is recorded untreated, raw from FSX, with only the custom sun lens flare and additional glow to the runway lights added as a post-processing effect in Adobe After Effects. All colour-corrections and image enhancements are applied with ReShade, a post-processing tool just like ENB, only better, and recorded direct from FSX with FS Recorder.
  8. A video showcasing a realistic looking rendering of FSX with a sunset approach and landing at Frankfurt Airport. The footage is recorded untreated, raw from FSX, with only the custom sun lens flare and additional glow to the runway lights added as a post-processing effect in Adobe After Effects. All colour-corrections and image enhancements are applied with ReShade, a post-processing tool just like ENB, only better, and recorded direct from FSX with FS Recorder.
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    Realistic dusk at Dubai Airport

    I'm not using anything that's currently available to download as these are all my own custom, made from scratch textures. I will make them available to download soon but I'm not quite ready yet as I am always finding room to improve by making subtle adjustments to the colours of the sky. Here are a few more from the same time of day in Dubai, showing the progression of the sunset. (I added a lens flare, but apart from that the screenshots remain unedited, with no colour correction at all.) And one from the apron: