sfw@RIAT wet to the bones! After cleaning the drawer.

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sfw@RIAT wet to the bones! After cleaning the drawer.

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Hi all,

That was really enjoyable show. Everybody can have a nice pictures when weather is ok, so I decided to show these of mine taken during rain or bad weather.

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Regards to all of you I've met all around the airfield during those 4 days.

enjoy
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Some of the best Osprey shots I've seen. Fantastic PP work as well :rock:

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Atlantique shot is fantastic. The rest also, very good set.

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What a stonking set of photos they are. Fantastic

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Yes would have to agree some fantastic shots!

Love the osprey shots awesome! :clap:

Processing has gone a very very tiny bit over the mark on a couple of them, but that is just my personal opinion! :handbag:

Well done again and thanks for posting!!1

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Best set Ive seen from this year's RIAT! :clap:

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Some great shots there. Loving the panning on the ospreys. What shutter speed where they at?

Really like the different approach to the PP. Bold and "in your face"

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The Suisse. . . Stonker!. Got a lovely tonal curve on those

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Ahhaaa,. . . 5d mkIII, that explains it :rock:

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Vodka wrote:Ahhaaa,. . . 5d mkIII, that explains it :rock:

And someone behind the eyepiece who obviously knows how to use it to it's full potential! :clap:

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Super set of shots, very atmospheric. What sort of shutter speeds were you using for the Ospreys?
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wow - very impressed with all those shots :smile:

I must admit, after this years RIAT i have decided to buy myself an SLR.

I've spent many an air show trying to take pictures with my digital camera (currently a bridge) - and think i can honestly count the decent fast jet shots taken, with one hand!

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Superb, I love 1. and 10. Probably the best shows of RIAT 12 I've seen so far.

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petefletch wrote:Some great shots there. Loving the panning on the ospreys. What shutter speed where they at?

Really like the different approach to the PP. Bold and "in your face"
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LN Strike Eagle wrote:Super set of shots, very atmospheric. What sort of shutter speeds were you using for the Ospreys?


Thanks guys, I'm happy you like them :)

So in terms of shutter speed was follows:

01. 1/15 f 13 ISO 50 153 mm handheld
02. 1/60 f18 ISO 250 153 mm handheld
05. 1/15 f 13 ISO 50 150 mm handheld
08. 1/15 f 13 ISO 50 153 mm handheld

Vodka wrote:Ahhaaa,. . . 5d mkIII, that explains it :rock:


Nop buddy, all of them I've done with Canon 1D MKIII

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Oh must have read the data wrong on the info. Being a 1d III then great shots and hand held!

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WOW!! Awesome set mate!

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Speechless...

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Absolutely unbelievable :clap:
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Great set sfw. First Osprey and F-5 enface stand out for me.

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Which camera and lense did you used mate? Again absolutely stunning!

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Bartek wrote:Great set sfw. First Osprey and F-5 enface stand out for me.


Cieszę się, że się podobają ;)

Nordostseespotter wrote:Which camera and lens did you used mate? Again absolutely stunning!


Most of the time Canon 1DMKIV and MKIII.
Lensys: 70-200/2,8 L IS USM, 500/4 L IS USM some time with TC x1,4.
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Good lord! Jaw dropping

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1/15 sec :shock:

Must not have been on the beers the night before then :lol:

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Congratulations ! Wonderful shots !

The first is my favorite of this years RIAT photographs on UKAR.

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They are all superb - seriously worth looking through twice :clap: :clap:
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