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    Have been scanning some of my old film based photographs over the last week or so for a group on Facebook but thought I would put a few up here as well as long as no one minds. I'd like to start with a shot of a Nimrod MR2 anti submarine type taken at RAF Mildenhall way back around the early to mid nineties. See what you think..?

    Nimrod MR2 at Mildenhall by Shaun Haselden, on Flickr

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    That's good Shaun. Bung some more up!

    I remember seeing the Nimrod being chucked about at an air show at North Weald. The same one that crashed disastrously into Lake Ontario not long after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    That's good Shaun. Bung some more up!

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    Yeah let's see some more please Shaun.
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    Here's a Danish airforce F16 to keep you happy but even though it is only 20:15, I need to sleep. Cheers again guys.

    Danish Airforce F16 at RAF Leeming by Shaun Haselden, on Flickr

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    OK, OK, Royal Air Force Tornado F3 at RAF Leeming back early nineties.

    Tornado F3 at RAF Leeming by Shaun Haselden, on Flickr

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    These photographs were taken using a Bronica ETRSi with a Zenzanon 50mm wide angle lens onto Fuji Velvia slide film at 6X4.5cm format. The slides were scanned using an Epson V700 scanner a few years back and then modified in Photoshop CS2 with a levels adjustment to modify the blacks and the contrast.

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    Nice.

    Had a look at your Flickr as well. Some nice stuff on there.
    ~Paul~

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    Geoff, that is seriously shit luck but in spite of my love of military aircraft I prefer to keep my feet on the ground.

    Paul, thanks so much for your comments. I still think that film is way better than digital (runs for cover).

    All the best you guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haselsh1 View Post
    Geoff, that is seriously shit luck but in spite of my love of military aircraft I prefer to keep my feet on the ground.

    Paul, thanks so much for your comments. I still think that film is way better than digital (runs for cover).

    All the best you guys.
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    I think this probably gives a real insight into the Shacks relationship to the Lanc . Quite a lot of stuff must have been the same

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