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  1. JerBoyd

    One lucky shot - Lightning

    Thanks for the replies. I will try to work on a few more and post.
  2. JerBoyd

    One lucky shot - Lightning

    Thanks for the comment. There was another storm here last night. I probably should have gone and set up a few more shots.
  3. JerBoyd

    One lucky shot - Lightning

    Sorry I have not posted here in a while. Had a chance to grab my camera and shoot a lightning storm the other night. Details: Canon 1Ds Mk II 70-200mm f2.8 IS at 70mm 20 sec exposure ISO 100 Zenfolio | Jeremy Boyd Photography | KC-135 I hope you enjoy. Comments and critiques always...
  4. JerBoyd

    Most incredible shot - at least I think

    Thanks Dubious and rabidzoomer -
  5. JerBoyd

    Most incredible shot - at least I think

    Thanks everyone for the comments. I will try to work on a few more and see what I can find.
  6. JerBoyd

    Most incredible shot - at least I think

    Thanks Josh, It is a great aircraft.
  7. JerBoyd

    Most incredible shot - at least I think

    I just got an e-mail from Airtran Customer service. They said they would forward the photo on to the Chief Pilot and to the two pilots of the jet. I hope to hear from them someday. Jeremy
  8. JerBoyd

    Most incredible shot - at least I think

    Thanks everyone for the great comments. I hope to be able to find the Captain of the jet and send him a copy. Jeremy www.boyd.zenfolio.com
  9. JerBoyd

    Most incredible shot - at least I think

    It does not happen often but when the stars align (moon in this case) things can work out. http://boyd.zenfolio.com/p631180157/hb108030#hb108030 So here is the story on the "Moon - Airtran" shot. Forgive the pilot jargon - If you need a translation please ask. We are heading back from...
  10. JerBoyd

    3 Raptor's in flight

    Thanks for looking. I hope to have more soon.
  11. JerBoyd

    3 Raptor's in flight

    Answer to question from Wikipedia: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Condensation from decreases in pressure Main article: wingtip vortices The wings of an aircraft cause a drop in air pressure in the vicinity of the wing. This brings with it a drop in temperature, which can cause water to...
  12. JerBoyd

    Incredible Photo

    Thanks for the comments on the photo. It is vern nice to have a ring side view. Just hope I can keep shooting away. Jeremy
  13. JerBoyd

    Incredible Photo

    Man if they all could turn out this good. http://boyd.zenfolio.com/p590997280/?photo=h10D520E5#53921167 I took the inspiration from a good friend Jim Wilson and tried to match his colors and saturation. The gray on the jet was the hardest to match. Still didn't get it perfect but I like...
  14. JerBoyd

    3 Raptor's in flight

    Here is another one. http://Boyd.zenfolio.com/p938533047/?photo=486807155
  15. JerBoyd

    3 Raptor's in flight

    Hey John thanks for the comments. These three were actually going prettly slow. The condensation was caused by the aircraft starting to pull up. Here is that it looks like when a aircraft is close to the sound barrier. http://Boyd.zenfolio.com/p144952940/?photo=221466146 Hope you...
  16. JerBoyd

    3 Raptor's in flight

    Thanks Yahoozy, Most of the shots were taken from my Jet while doing Air Refueling. Thanks for the comments. Jeremy
  17. JerBoyd

    3 Raptor's in flight

    With afterburners. Though you might enjoy this shot. Larger photo: http://Boyd.zenfolio.com/p590997280/?photo=27959289 Incredible day to shot. Jeremy www.boyd.zenfolio.com Canon 1D 100-400mm L f4.5-5.6 IS f10 400mm 1/800 sec
  18. JerBoyd

    F-22 with Afterburners lit

    Thanks for all the comments. It is too bad the International Air Tattoo was called off. Isn't this the first time the F-22 has made it to Europe? Jeremy
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    F-22 with Afterburners lit

    MissMiaThanks for the links. Enjoy the family history. Jeremy
  20. JerBoyd

    F-22 with Afterburners lit

    Thanks again everyone. MissMia - I checked out your Grandfathers photos of the Korean War - INCREDIBLE. The photo link on the blog is only to a small image. Is there a way to view a larger sample? Thanks again everyone. Jeremy
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