Cockpit CRJ 900 at EAS airport
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Panoramic photo by Jose Maria Ocana Rizo EXPERT Taken 09:28, 26/06/2012 - Views loading...

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Cockpit CRJ 900 at EAS airport

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This picture shows the cockpit of a Bombardier CRJ 900 at San Sebastián airport. The sunrise comes throw the window at 07:00 AM. The picture was taken with a NIKON D700 camera on a Nodal Ninja panohead.

If you want to see this aircraft arriving to San Sebastian click this link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHXSBcu_dFw&list=UUHUGvZ3DOIqGmvxc144tgcQ&index=1&feature=plcp

  • Jose Maria Ocana Rizo about 1 year ago
    Sorry for the delay Rellimnitsuj. I have used Adobe Sticher. I have used also PTgui Pro. With these programes aI generate the 360º image. To put the floor and ceiling I use photoshop. best regards
  • rellimnitsuj about 1 year ago
    This is superb José. May I ask what application you use for stitching the images? I tried Panomonkey this week but I was not very happy with the result...
  • Joelian Harold Fudotan over 1 year ago
    It is like the cockpit in fsx...
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