IZ0JUB Conquered Great Britain 2020

  • I use Photoshop - and am interested in any recommendations that can help improve my photoscenery.

    Sorry for the waiting and hello Iz0Jub: i have been too busy lately.


    And here my Basics-Settings for Photoshop and the ArcGIS-Images.


    Here in german:


    Unter Bild / Korrekturen / Belichtung: Belichtung +0,96


    dann: Farbbalance:


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    dann: selektive Farbkorrektur Gelb:


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    dann: selektive Farbkorrektur Grün:


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    Use this und you will have the "Liverpool-Look". :)


    And do not forget: Coastlines always end up doing this procedure with RGB 10, 20, 30! ;)

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    Edited once, last by Schnuffelduffel ().

  • Michael - I'm wondering about the other updates you did to scenery in Scotland like around Eileen Donan castle. Should I redownload Scotland West or does your scenery updates download somehow take priority over the original?

  • Hi Phil,


    Follow the instructions that I made with the updates for Scotland West and others. Simply remove the old tiles and install the new ones. This latest one for the Forth Bridges to save me remaking a large size 9 tile I only made 4 very small tiles just to cover the bridges. These need to be added to your Scotland South 1 folder. Hope this helps?


    Cheers Michael.

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  • just to let you now that I have all the off shore wind turbines for the hole of uk Scotland and Ireland if you would like them , they are static so no animation.:)

    Just wanted to add my thanks for your work. The POIs make a big difference. The various bridges and castles were indeed welcome. If you ever feel like adding more to Scotland, I can give you a list of some other ones to consider, but this in no way minimizes the contribution you have already made. Much appreciation.


    - Kenneth

  • Downloading now.


    Did I miss the Southport to Grimsby corridor on your map by the way? I was out of town a few days, and you work so quickly!


    - Kenneth

    No, I left that as the images are very poor on the last three tiles heading east which is why I started on Wales. When I complete Wales I will go back to what I'm calling North England 3 Project. Hope this helps, cheers Michael.

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  • Very nice indeed, to have a crack at the Mach-loop in a F15 on AFS2!!! This is the stuff legends are made of. A colleague at my airline used to fly Tornado’s for the RAF, and I have invited him over for a go! Will report his findings once he’s been here. I did notice that you get right up to the edge of the Ortho on the southern edge of the loop, and was wondering if there’s plans afoot to complete the adjoining Southern tile(s)?


    It would also be great to get an airport in the vicinity, to launch from - or perhaps there’s one there that I’ve misssed?


    Another cool addition to this scenery would be to add the “visual signposts in the sky” that can be toggled on and off in AFS2, to have the turning points easily identifiable. It would be a great aid for noobies to the Mach-loop!


    Anyways - thanks for all your effort Michael - truly appreciated!

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  • I'm still working on this as I type, images are very poor quality and having to cut and paste the best of a bad job with images courtesy of both Bing and Google.

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    Edited once, last by IZ0JUB ().

  • Could you please keep your projects that are related to each other like North/South Wales in one thread?

    It is quite confusing to see all these new threads pop up that are actually talking about the same things. Also makes it hard for other users to find the right place to leave a comment for your projects.


    Now we have threads for North Wales, South Wales, Mid Wales, Scotland 1, 2, North England Part 1, 2, ... North East England

    To me these all belong into one single thread: "IZ0JUB conquering Great Britain"

  • "IZ0JUB conquering Great Britain"


    Great comments Jan. one has to retain ones sense of humour, thanks Michael.:)


    PS. Would you be kind enough to lump them all together then please.

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  • Jet-Pack (IPACS)

    Changed the title of the thread from “South Wales Project by IZ0JUB 2019” to “IZ0JUB conquering Great Britain 2019”.