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Photographer's Note

The Naval Aviation Museum is located on Naval Air Station, Pensacola in Pensacola, Florida and is where the US NAVY flight demonstration team, The Blue Angels, is based. Some of the older blue angel planes can be seen in the upper center. They have an amazing collection of aircraft that range from trainers ( the three yellow planes) to space craft. They have the trainer that the senior President Bush flew and the A6 that the junior President Bush flew onto the aircraft carrier. At this time I was setting up a video shoot covering an aviation symposium and decided to see how much I could capture on stills. I like the overall result, especially the guy on the right, but the sunlit atrium and fluorescent shadows are not fun trying to balance out. The masking in the chairs seemed to take forever.

Tech:
This panoramic consist of nine frames blended together in PS7. With the color correction layers and additional masking layers, I ended up with a total of twenty-eight layers. In images like this, I seem to have better results in PS than in PTools. There was not a single mask that didn't look like the edge was spaghetti.

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