That was exciting Hellshade. And a good lesson for me in that I think I tend to fly these birds very conservatively for fear of structural failure. Too much stick time in Albs and Nieuports. Course the old Se (and Spad and Pfalz) are tough birds.
Nice picture hoongadoonga. Not that I think I am "all that and a bag of chips" but it really makes screenshots look so much better if one crops the picture and gets rid of the "spot view" or any text in the screenshot. No offense intended, just a suggestion. Still love the shot though, and into my WOFF UE favorites collection it goes, and gets "cropped" by me.
if you have a skinning program like Gimp you can also use a smudge tool to hide it a little if you need the area where the text is. If you look on some of my pictures you will see spots that have been smudged. The MG gunners in the ground shot above have some lighter colored areas where they are sitting. That is the yellow target view circle that I smudged. Anyone know how to take a target view screenshot that doesn't have the yellow circle on it?
Glad your enjoying the ground shots Ace Med. Sometimes I spend more time trying to get shots than I do flying, but its lots of fun.
Jerbear, I really like the photo of the balloon going up. The view from the infantry tents is a nice perspective and it seems that some of the tents have been hit by an attack.
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The personal emblems are from a couple of pages in the book and are intended for personal use. I think otherwise would be perceived as copyright infringement. They aren't hard to make with Gimp2. Mostly just a cut and paste job with a little erasure.