RAF100 Flypast - The Full set from London

RAF100 Flypast - The Full set from London

Postby FGR2 on Wed 11 Jul 2018, 6:26 pm

I haven't seen any other pics posted, so here are my efforts from an overcast Waterloo Bridge.

Image1 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image2 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image3 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image4 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image5 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image6 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image7 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image8 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image9 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image10 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image11 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image12 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image13 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image14 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image15 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image16 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image17 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image18 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image19 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image20 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image21 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image22 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image23 by Lee Linley, on Flickr

Image24 by Lee Linley, on Flickr
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Re: RAF100 Flypast - The Full set from London

Postby keithjs on Wed 11 Jul 2018, 7:22 pm

Hi Lee. We must have been standing somewhere near you?. I have pretty much the same shots but some are almost silhouettes ....
Can I ask how you lightened yours please? I tried with the windows editing programme but all I seem to do is turn them white... :sad:
Such a shame as it was a wonderful experience :clap: only to be spoilt by the weather.... :sad:
...Rad shutters auto.
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Re: RAF100 Flypast - The Full set from London

Postby FGR2 on Wed 11 Jul 2018, 7:58 pm

I think I only lightened the BBMF Lanc one. Most are as out of the camera, some were darkened a little in PS Elements. I prefer to overexpose a bit then darken them, as you can can't pull detail out if they are too dark to start with.

The Helicopters were 1/160th with +2EF
Props were 1/250th with +2 or +1 1/3. (Was playing around with EF settings)
Fast jets 1/400 with +2EF

All shot at 200ISO.
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Re: RAF100 Flypast - The Full set from London

Postby keithjs on Thu 12 Jul 2018, 7:16 am

Thanks Lee, I'll give it a go next time we have a cloudy day.. Much appreciated.
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