The first Air Legend

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Berlingo
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The first Air Legend

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Hello hello :smile:

I decided to reach Melun-Villaroche airfield at the very last moment and it was good, very good, my personal highlights were the Avengers, the P-47, the CAC Boomerang, the Noratlas and of course... three Hurricane :love:

It was nice to meet the sun again after Radom ;)

1)
ImageHawker Hurricane by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

2)
ImageHawker Hurricane by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

3)
ImageMystère IV by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

4)
ImageAlpha Jets by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageP-47 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

6)
ImageHawker Hurricane by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

7)
ImageAlpha jet & P-40 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageMS-406 & Buchons by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageSpitfires by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

10)
ImageCatalina by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

11)
ImageMarine Nationale by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

12)
ImageParis, Vampire, Rafale by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageMorane Paris by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

14)
ImageP-47 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

15)
ImageSea Fury by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageC-47 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageNoratlas & DC3 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageC-47 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageAvengers by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

20)
ImageHawker Hurricane by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

21)
ImageBuchon by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

22)
ImageAvengers by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

23)
ImageZero T6 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

24)
ImageYaks by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageCAC Boomerang by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

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ImageCAC Boomerang by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

27)
ImageSea Fury by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

28)
ImageElectra by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

29)
ImageNoratlas by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

30)
ImageNoratlas by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

31)
ImageC-47 by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

32)
ImageSkyraider & Bronco by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

33)
ImageParis, Vampire, Rafale by Simon Schibli Photography, sur Flickr

Thank you :smile:

Georgeconna
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Re: The first Air Legend

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last one is peach, Looked like a class show
Cheers

George

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Stagger2
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Re: The first Air Legend

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Very nice set Simon. :clap: One question (shot 9). Is the lead Spitfire focus a Depth of Field issue, or an intentional preference? ( I didn't look for EXIF data :wink: )
Not easy to pick a favourite, but shots 12 & 33 are standout captures!

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Do we know where the Zero T6 in pic 23 resides.
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Re: The first Air Legend

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Some lovely shots Simon, very nicely done. :up:

Stagger2 wrote:Very nice set Simon. :clap: One question (shot 9). Is the lead Spitfire focus a Depth of Field issue, or an intentional preference? ( I didn't look for EXIF data :wink: )


Looks like a difference in speed between the two Spits (relative to the photographer), causing the one not focused on to be blurred.

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Re: The first Air Legend

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jalfrezi wrote:Some lovely shots Simon, very nicely done. :up:

Stagger2 wrote:Very nice set Simon. :clap: One question (shot 9). Is the lead Spitfire focus a Depth of Field issue, or an intentional preference? ( I didn't look for EXIF data :wink: )


Looks like a difference in speed between the two Spits (relative to the photographer), causing the one not focused on to be blurred.



Hello, thank everyone for your comments :smile:

About the Spits picture, it's indeed a difference of speed between the two aircrafts ;)
For info... 1/100, f/11, ISO 100, 240mm

The T6 « Zéro » is owned by L’Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis and based in La Ferté Alais ;)

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Very good! The Hurricane DX-R is a new one to me.
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