HB Frecce Tricolori! Final update.

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HB Frecce Tricolori! Final update.

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Hmmm am I only one who attended this airshow? Anyway, my initial selection from what was a great event and again Happy Birthday Frecce! :yahoo:

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No 5 and No 11.....Great stuff :clap:

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Great set. What is number 3 - some sort of FIAT?

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Superb again Andy

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tommo999 wrote:Great set. What is number 3 - some sort of FIAT?

Yes it is Fiat G59.
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simply stunning photography!

was there on Saturday ;) not always the easiest conditions!

your Saab-105 turned out superb :) :)
had good light on Saturday :)

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Time for a small update from Rivolto.

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Simply great !

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Very impressive. Please could you tell me what shutter speed you use for your take off photos and helicopters? Also, do you have any technique to keep the subject sharp at low shutter speeds?

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Avronut wrote:Very impressive. Please could you tell me what shutter speed you use for your take off photos and helicopters? Also, do you have any technique to keep the subject sharp at low shutter speeds?


Hi Avronut, for each T/O shot settings were different, you can find them in exifs, generally speaking somewhere between 1/20 and 1/60s. All helos in flight 1/20s. Yes, I have a technique to keep objects sharp during panning shots, just keep your AF point in one place, don't hold your breath and move your set smoothly so you can get something like this: 1/10s f18 @ 250mm.

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Awesome as always. :drool:
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Your panning skills are like nothing I've seen anywhere else. Bravo Sir!

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Thanks Andy. Can I also ask if you use and tripod and whether you get a lot of blurry ones for each successful sharp shot?

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Avronut wrote:Thanks Andy. Can I also ask if you use and tripod and whether you get a lot of blurry ones for each successful sharp shot?

Thanks,

Mike


Hi Mike,

No, I don't use any tripod or monopod, with this equipement your freedom of movement, which is crucial in panning technic is blocked. I've try monopod but with bad results. My average score ratio is around 30%, depends from various factors like type of an AC, weather ect.
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Cleaning drawer time! :yahoo: Means, small update from the great show.

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I love the photos of the puddle reflections, a great way to express the "other side" of airshows. And I can't tell you how jealous I am of the full disc 139 shots, they are marvellous.
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Wissam24 wrote:I love the photos of the puddle reflections, a great way to express the "other side" of airshows. And I can't tell you how jealous I am of the full disc 139 shots, they are marvellous.


You mean 149 right? ;)
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