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By sut68      
Our premier aerobatics display team going through the motions at Southport ... Red #1 had no smoke working that day.

Cheers for making it past the thumbnail Grin


Tags: Sky Red arrows Smoke Southport Aerobatics Hawks Air show Sports and action

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Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
12 Sep 2012 6:41PM
Well timed with this one Paul

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dathersmith 9 550 12 England
12 Sep 2012 6:42PM
Works well given the conditions Paul, you've caught the bit of sun nicely lighting the underside of the planes.

javam 11 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2012 8:16PM
Like the framing very much Paul.
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
12 Sep 2012 9:57PM
Cheers guys Smile
chensuriashi Plus
10 235 17 England
13 Sep 2012 5:08AM
Great shot well timed but there was a slightly better one caught at just the same moment in time here today too...Very odd to see the same shot on the same page shot from a different POV but with the same camera, and lens, Mrs S has the shot, shot at the same time... shows how deceptive light can be and how changeable, a cameras sensor can be...Thoughts anyone?? Chen.
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
13 Sep 2012 1:14PM
Thanks Chen, MrsS [my wife] was stood right next to me for the shot you mention but she was actually using both a different camera [5D] and lens too [Canon 70-200mm f4].

Her computer monitor differs from mine also and her processing technique is likely to be different too, so there will naturally be some differences in the finished shot - even if she had the same kit.

As far as compositions go too, Fran's FF sensor and lens doesn't afford her the reach of my cropped sensor and lens configuration, so therefore her wider view was possibly a little more dictated by these limitations.

I can appreciate that you may prefer her composition and that is fair enough, but in all reality her finished shot and mine are poles apart for a multitude of reasons other than light and sensors.


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