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Looking to update my list of Aircraft Photo Reference Sites. Does anyone have some really good places they use when they can't find photos in reference books? I only have 8 sites bookmarked.

Something like Prime Portal that would have a lot of walk around and detailed photos for just about any aircraft.

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To be honest, I find the usual suspects (compendium sites like airliners.net) have something of everything but not a lot of anything. But each time I search for images of a specific subject, I always seem to find a really brilliant dedicated site with loads of detail pics -most recently, I discovered a superb resource for the Rafale M, for example. It seems most types have quite exhaustive and very professional 'fan-sites' now.

Cybermodeler Online has some useful links to many walkaround portfolios too.

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http://www.primeportal.net/home.htm is one I go to for walkarounds on certain subjects.
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http://www.amarcexperience.com/ui/in...ory&Itemid=167

Desert Storm Aircraft site (includes specials on nose art)

http://dstorm.eu/pages/en/menu.html

The Owls Nest (reference site for aircraft 1930 onwards.

http://www.interkultur.de/gossmann/fsx/milai.php

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It's far from exhaustive but I'll offer my own site;

http://motty.hobbyvista.com/

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Here's a link to the Pensacola Naval Aiviation Museum's web site which offers 360 degree panoramic views of the cockpits of some of the aircraft on display there. Good stuff!!

http://www.navalaviationmuseum.org/e...kpit-panoramas
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Here's a link to the Pensacola Naval Aiviation Museum's web site which offers 360 degree panoramic views of the cockpits of some of the aircraft on display there. Good stuff!!

http://www.navalaviationmuseum.org/e...kpit-panoramas
Awesome site. Thank you!

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While their quantity of certain a/c might be limited, the quality on this site is outstanding.

www.fencecheck.com

It's more of a contemporary aircraft watcher site, but I find it pretty good for inspiration.

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Just came upon this site. Lots of extreme closeups of rotorheads in the heli section. Browse around and you will be amazed.

http://www.b-domke.de/AviationImages.html
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