And also my RIAT2009 experience..

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And also my RIAT2009 experience..

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Hi UKAR friends,

I visit also the UK for the RIAT party
My favourite the Swiss F-18 and Rafale :clap:

Greetings

Peter Steehouwer

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WOW :shock: those are all stunning. 'Nuff said really :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Good grief there bloomin awesome superb shots. Love the Rafale and the Swiss Hornet :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Class shots sir :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Oh my :shock: :shock: , I cant think of a word to describe how good they are, Shot 1 is stunning.
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Mein lieber Gott! :shock: :clap: :shock:

Those are absolutely outstanding, the best I've seen so far. That first Red Arrows shot just looks... wrong, impossible, like it's been put together by Hieronymus Bosch on acid.

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Good grief! These are just stunning. First is a knockout, but they're all terrific. :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Brilliant! I'm not a huge fan of the ultra close-ups, but the detail on the 757 is incredible!

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To be honest the whole set is fantastic. There even more brilliant shots on your site. The question most of us are asking is what sort of kit do you use? Even with my 400mm I can't get detail that good and close.

Best set i've seen

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AMAZING ,
just amazing:drool:

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Amazing :clap:

I was standing beside you at the park and views (guy with the vulcan hat, rain gear and glasses) and was in total awe of your skill and how easy you made taking pics look, considering the size of that lens! :shock:

Just Awesome Peter :rock:

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All excellent shots but really like the 4 reds with 3 of the pilots looking at their positions relative to 'the boss'

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All excellent shots but really like the 4 reds with 3 of the pilots looking at their positions relative to 'the boss'

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Oh flippin heck :shock: How good are these :clap: :clap:

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:shock: Errrrrrrrrrrr wow..... they're amazing! :cool:

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Outstanding pics! :drool: And a very good website too.

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all I can say is WOW! :clap:

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Stunning. Not that we'd expect anything less from you. :-)

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Thanks all for feedback/reply's !


Habu Hunter wrote:To be honest the whole set is fantastic. There even more brilliant shots on your site. The question most of us are asking is what sort of kit do you use? Even with my 400mm I can't get detail that good and close.

Best set i've seen

Habu


Hi Habu I use a Nikon D3X with a Nikon 400mm/2.8 VR

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That would explain the quality. My 400mm is a 5.6, so I don't get enough light into it. Great set

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Hi Peter,

Superb. I saw you in action with that monster lens on the Sunday. Nice little set up you had with the shelter. It certainly came in handy with the weather!

:clap: :clap: :clap:

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Wow Peter, they are fantastic...love all of them

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my word "superb the best i have seen" :shock: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Lovely stuff! Quite like the first Swiss Hornet!

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omg they are amazing, never seen anything so good

well done

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