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Red Arrows At Port Rush

By rowarrior
Another from the NI Meet, proving that while the rest of the UK was having cr*p weather, it was actually nice on the North coast of NI at the Port Rush airshow on the Saturday!

Brought the levels in to the edge of the curve here, possibly too much, let me know. Didn't saturate it though, this is how it came out after that Smile

C&Cs welcome

Tags: Red arrows Transport Northern ireland Ni meet 08 Port rush Sports and action

Voters: Ganto, KBan, CanonMan and 19 more

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Ganto 15 769 2 Ireland
18 Sep 2008 10:31PM
Hey! I was wondering if anyone was going to post pics of this lot.
CanonMan 19 588 4 England
18 Sep 2008 10:40PM
Looks OK to me. Great smoke trails leading in to the planes. Did you think about cropping to lose some of the expanse of sky at the bottom?
rowarrior 13 4.4k 9 Scotland
18 Sep 2008 10:43PM

Quote:Did you think about cropping to lose some of the expanse of sky at the bottom?

Good point, and no, these things rarely occure to me, thanks for the suggestion Smile
User_Removed 13 172 1 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2008 11:29PM
Excellent shot, colours look good here. Well captured

Tooth 16 5.8k 227 Ireland
19 Sep 2008 12:24AM
Nice one KT, though I'd agree with a tighter crop from the bottom and maybe a wee bit from the right

They didn't look quite as good as that from Ballintoy Smile

photophantom 13 108 3 Philippines
19 Sep 2008 4:14AM
alansnap 17 577 26 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2008 9:11AM
Smashing shot love, but Portrush is all one word. Smile I'd square it off and maybe turn it through 90 degrees.
fauxtography 16 6.6k 36
19 Sep 2008 5:43PM
Oooh that reminds me I need to look at my shots from here... the ones i could get using that damn huge lens! Grin
JJGEE 16 7.9k 18 England
22 Sep 2008 8:21PM
This is good. The colours of the smoke trails really show up against the blue sky.

Different view from me, I quite like the space around them because the speed they are flying at, presumably quite fast, they need the space to move into. A tighter crop, I believe, would not be appropriate in this instance.

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