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2008-04-14 08:34:39
Fake fake fake!
2008-04-14 03:47:42
Many photos and videos of bad airplane landings illustrate the landing practice pilots are expected to do. If you want your pilot to be able to land in a crosswind when he's got a planeload of passengers, you should send him out to practice with an empty plane until he is proficient. Simulators help but by themselves are insufficient. Unfortunately, when you send pilots out to practice landings in difficult conditions like gusty crosswinds or you expect a test pilot to see just how much crosswind a new plane can take, some of the time they're going to have accidents.
2008-04-13 22:17:48
Copying the image and increasing the picture size to 1600 per cent confirms Photoshopping of 'some' of the trees in the background. As for the wheels, that's more difficult, because at that point all the weight of the plane will be on one wheel, which 'could not' take the strain. My suggestion is that the tire burst, with compression gasses going forwards and backwards, and also that the wheel frame would be in process of buckling, hence its distorted appearance and smaller size. As for the wing on the ground, that looks genuine with debris falling off. Any further offers?
2008-04-13 21:52:20
Yeah definitely 'shopped. You can see areas in the trees in the background that have been clone-brushed
2008-04-13 21:37:19
Oh well, so much for the reply! Don't know what happened there.
2008-04-13 21:34:54
>> I consider that as photoshopped until someone can convinve me, that this really happened. Main wheels are different sizes and there is tyre smoke forward of wheels. I'd agree it's photoshopped (poorly)
2008-04-13 19:28:01
Main wheels are different sizes and there is tyre smoke forward of wheels. I'd agree it's photoshopped (poorly)
2008-04-13 19:12:53
I consider that as photoshopped until someone can convinve me, that this really happened