Airshow

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by The Empress, Nov 25, 2007.

  1. The Empress

    The Empress TPF Noob!

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    These are from an airshow about a year ago...lol C&C always welcome

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    3. and on this one, yes i know it doesn't look good because i cut off the tail, but in my defense, i was at full zoom and they sure weren't moving slow lol
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  2. marinaw

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    Well, you may have cut off the tail, but No. 3 is my favorite of the three. I really like the light on the helicopter against the dark sky.
     
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    Nicely done, Empress! As you say, it's not easy to get these aviation shots. You did well.
     
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    Very nice shots, well done. Do you mind if I ask what lens you were using.
     
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    I was just using the lense on my sony cyber-shot lol, thanks everyone for your comments!
     
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    Nice shots. Run a noise removal and it'll look even better.
     

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