27 Jun Pic(k) of the week 26: THE EAGLE HAS LANDED AT THE PARIS AIRSHOW
Hard to believe we are already past the half year point again! This weeks Pic(k) of the week comes from the Paris Airshow, which was held at the Le Bourget airport from June 17 to 23.
The 52nd edition of the Paris airshow is officially classified as one of the oldest and also largest “airshows” in the world. The event which is held every 2 years (odd years) it is more of an Aviation fair than a classic airshow with a lot of aerobatic acts. CEO’s of airlines and heads of state come to Paris to order new civil and military aircraft.
While new aircraft models are often presented at the Paris airshow for the first time all the time, companies have become quite creative in order to be noticed! Such was the case with the Brazilian airline manufacturer Embraer who brought their new Embraer E195-E2 to Le Bourget.
The nose section had received a great livery in the form of a Golden Eagle; named the “Profit Hunter” the jet was painted in house by technician Clodoado Quitana, which obviously has a nice creative side to his otherwise academic job in maintenance.
Needless to say that the the cockpit window section of the paint job can be removed to go flying.
Fujifilm X-T2 with the XF 18-135 lensISO 200, 1/480s, f8.0RAW file development in Lightroom Piccure+ for optimal sharpnessCheck out the following video on the painting process here.
The Paris Airshow images can be found in their dedicated gallery.
I’m presently testing “Piccure+” and really like the boost in sharpness while keeping all detail and avoiding noise artefacts. Expect