C.N.E. International Air Show

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  1. Canoncan

    Canoncan TPF Noob!

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    Went with brother in law Eric to the Air show. Thanks for the VIP passes. He threatened that I had to take good shots to make up for the passes. I took about 120, here is one for good measure before I post the series, and say why can't it look as good as his. First time shooting at an air show.

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  2. Ant

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    It's pretty good in terms of filling the frame. The composition is OK too, you've got the wing strake vapour in there.

    As to why you don't think it looks as good as Eric's. Well it looks a little underexposed. It's got pretty flat contrast and requires a bit of sharpening, but to be honest it's better than a lot of the aeroplane shots that I've seen on here, and not bad for a first time.
     
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    awsome shot .. thats the one of best shots i`ve seen on TPF from airshows in here!!
     
  4. Raymond J Barlow

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    great shot, looks like this jet is about 200 yards from you.
     
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    i like the angle. thanks for sharing Canoncan....can't wait for the series.
     
  6. Chiller

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    Great shot Canoncan. This one was a tough one to catch. Very well done.
     

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