Hispano Aviación HA-200 R-1 Saeta :: HDR
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The HA-200 Saeta (Dart) was the first Spanish turbojet aircraft. It was developed from the earlier piston powered trainer the HA-100 Triana with the participation of Willy Messerschmitt. The HA-200 was a low winged monoplane of all metal construction, with a tricycle undercarriage. It was powered by two Turboméca Marborés mounted side by-side in the forward fuselage and fed from an intake in the nose, exhausting from nozzles just aft of the wing trailing edge. The crew of two was accommodated in tandem in a pressurised cockpit, the first to be Spanish built and designed.
Photo taken at Air Museum (Madrid, Spain)
Canon EOS450D + Sigma 10-20 mm
HDR picture from 3 handheld exposures: -2..0..+2.
Lightroom for catalog > Photoshop to generate HDR file > Tonemapped at Photomatix > Color Adjusments + Sharpening at PS.