I would like to post screen shots taken from my FS2004 and FSX simulators of HJG aircraft in airline liveries that are available from the HJG web site. I have a Flickr account (please search boac58) and if given permission, would post there, with a frequency of one a day.
I would title these series of screen shots "Recreating Retro: airline name"
In the brief description I will give the aircraft name and registration, credit HJG and the aircraft painter. There will be no embedded internet links to your site or any files.
Finally - I would like to process the screen shot with a Light Room 6 preset of a 'bleached' photo look which makes it look quite aged with faded colours - so less like a computer screen shot. The aircraft will always be captured against the sky, with no other scenery in view.
Hi Tony Sorry I can't get the link to your gallery. I've posted my first Recreating Retro picture on Flickr if you would like to have a look. I think this is the style of picture I'm going to stick with. Hope you guys like it. Cheers Jont (boac58 on Flickr).
A repeat request to the Administrators.... Hi We are over 5 years on from my original idea (please see the thread above) - lockdown certainly focuses the mind!!
I would like to have another go at this on my new Flickr page if you would kindly grant me the same permission. Screenshots would be taken from FS9 and altered a little in Light Room 6 to give less of a computer look. I would also like to add the hint of landing lights where appropriate if this is ok with you. My previous Flickr account (boac58) has closed and my new account is Jonathan Wynn - here is the link:
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Feb 20, 2021 11:38:41 GMT
Not necessary to prompt us "twice" within 24 hours .... especially when we're "exceptionally busy" behind the scenes here at the moment
I "now" see this was already approved some 5 years ago but not taken up by you at the time.
So long as what you say you're intending to do's done in the manner you've implied and so long as no commercialism's intended on your part either, then, I don't see it's necessary to seek authorization once again when such has apparently already been granted.