Aviation Photo #1988636 Boeing 737-7Q8 - Malev - Hungarian Airlines

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The 31R final approach of halo-A as Malev 669 from Amsterdam in colorful sky between the stars, but the brightest Star is not in the sky, she's inside... and waiting to touch again the Hungarian land. Welcome home and dedicated to the AMS spotting tour's highlight.
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    Szabo Gabor
    Malev - Hungarian Airlines
    Boeing 737-7Q8
    Boeing 737-700 (BBJ/C-40 Clipper)
    Boeing 737-700 (BBJ/C-40 Clipper)
    Boeing
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    1283
    HA-LOA
    Budapest - Ferenc Liszt (Ferihegy)
    Hungary
    September 15, 2011
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Anonymous
5 years ago
Magnificent picture Gabor! Ruud
Anonymous
5 years ago
AWESOME!
-Kas
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow, really interesting photo. Kinda makes me think that its shot somehow "inside out" and I just don't understand it. Shouldn't the light trailing be behind the aircraft instead of infront of it? How was this shot ... hmmm???
Anonymous
5 years ago
"Mr. Sulu, warp speed! In reverse!"
Anonymous
5 years ago
Remarkable photo. The red anti-collision light causes ghost images of the engines at each point in the time lapse where the light flashes. This is one of the best photos on this site.
Anonymous
5 years ago
That ROCKS!!! Remark also kind! :)
Anonymous
5 years ago
This is really creative and deserves praise. Great photography!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Pure Aviation Art! I love your remark as well. :-)
Anonymous
5 years ago
Among almost two million pictures, there is always someone bringing new ways of thinking in even more beautiful pictures. Congratulations.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great photo! Something different! Did you used speedlights?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Phasers to Stun Captain? Excellent shot, great description.
Anonymous
5 years ago
I spent some time to undertand how to do such a picture ! Very nice shot !
Anonymous
5 years ago
Very nice. The ability to choose when the flash fires during the exposure is a feature that few people use properly.
Anonymous
5 years ago
I'm amazed at the photo, how did you do that? Five star photo and definitely one of the best photos on the site!!! Roger C.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Just speechless.Great technique
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great shot. well done.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Did you use a flash or something to capture the plane???? amazing photo!!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice pic - looks like the flash occurred at the beginning of a 10sec exposure, hence the lights are 'in front' of the aircraft!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Truly amazing!
Anonymous
5 years ago
That shows once again, good timing is essential. Congratulations on a remarkable picture.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Still have my doubts using the flash on planes on final...except from that great capture! 5*
Anonymous
5 years ago
Cool shot. I assume it would have been taken using first curtain flash - so the flash lights up the plane and freezes it...the shutter then remains open to capture the ambient light and light trail of the plane.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Perfect execution. Just love it, congratulations!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow! Incredible shot. It looks like star wars or a laser game !!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Fascinating!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Excellent!Is this taken by front curtain sync? What did you do to light the plane? a very powerful flashlight???
Anonymous
4 years ago
Looks like laser guides.

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