Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Ant, May 14, 2005.
A few from the first major airshow of the season over here. VE day airshow at Duxford last weekend.
Well don't you just know how to get into a girl's good books! ;-)
I'm having a little bit of trouble on judging depth in the second one .. But WATCH OUT! There's a really big prop infront of you silly man!!
These are all really great photos. Number 3 is probably my favourite.
Well I thought I did, but I'd never before considered that aviation photography would do it!
LOL. I think he's a lot further away than he looks.
That 3rd shot is great!! Good work, really nice and crisp! : )
I'm just a little bit high on everything aviation at the moment. Just heard back that I have to go do a day of testing to get into Air Traffic Control school. Yay!
So I love getting motivation from these great aviation photos on this forum!
Wow. Good luck with the air traffic control testing.
great shots! love the vapor one best! :thumbup:
Anthony, Very nice captures. Do you have more on your website from the event ? I will have to go check. :thumbsup:
Unfortunately I gave up the website. Various stuff happening in my life, as well as being made redundant from my job meant that I didn't have time for much photography or the site
I'll wait to see what happens over this airshow season and I may get it back up again if my life ends up a bit more stable and if I've got some good stuff to put up on it.
Here's a few more:
Sorry to hear about the job. Is that Elution P-40 cool or what? Dick Thurman had one around here that I saw once but it has since changed hands and is now painted as a Flying Tiger. Both T-bird shots are cool with the heat waves. It almost looks like Steve Hinton flying it but I guess not. Keep em coming! Dont know about anyone else but I really love them. Cool Mk V Spit with the three blade prop, I'm envious
This was my fourth Duxford airshow in less than a year and I'm still not tired of seeing those old warbirds .....they're a bit of a pain to photograph though. Trying to blur the prop whilst preventing the rest of the photo going blurred is pretty tricky. I just went with a fast shutter speed on the spit, hence the rather odd looking frozen prop
I'll try to get a few others post processed and put them up.
I know what you mean about the shutter speed, I fight with it myself. Excellent work and lighting. I would rather see a stopped prop then a blurred image.
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