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By GeorgeA1  
This is, of course, the Red Arrows! Flying at Farnborough airshow yesterday, 14/7/12, and, as they normally are, were fantastic!

Tags: Red Plane Transport Hawk Arrow Red arrows planes air show

Voters: KarenFB, paskinmj, canonfan and 7 more


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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
15 Jul 2012 9:04PM
Brilliantly caught, a lovely composition!

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canonfan 6 7 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2012 9:31PM
Fantastic capture
Jim
Carabosse Plus
13 40.0k 269 England
15 Jul 2012 11:39PM
Hi George - good to see you posting your photos on here again. Smile

Great capture. In the mod I've uploaded for you, I've brightened the sky up a bit: take a look and see what you think.
16 Jul 2012 12:13AM
Ah, yes, that looks really nice, I do mostly try to not edit any of my photos. The only edit I did in this one was a slight sharpen. Was needed as taking pictures of planes on cloudy days makes the edges funny. But looks nice! Will consider it with one of the other 1500 photos I got on the day. Grin
jamestheboy 6 447 5 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2012 5:55PM
Very well done I could make this a very good out of bounds photo







james Smile
javam 11 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2012 11:51PM
Hi George, the composition works well.

No shame in editing them. Every single one of my airshow shots gets at least some editing.

I would take a slightly different approach to CB though. The overcast conditions have muted the colours so I would increase the saturation a bit to make the red of the red arrows 'pop' a bit more. I think the brightness of the sky is about right, however I would focus on trying to pull some detail out of the shadows in the underneath of the aircraft so they do not look as dark against it. A levels tweak is all it would take or a curve adjustment if you have software that allows you to do it.

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