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RAF Tucano

By SteveMoulding  
Just a quick upload today from yesterday's airshow at Shoreham. Despite the weather we did get to see some of the displays although many were rained off. And , of course the ones I partically wanted to see didn't turn up.
I know this won't score very highly as it's a total deviation from my normal photo's, but I wanted to have a go at photographing something different and an airshow seemed to be a perfect opportunity. The weather did not help with blanket cloud and showers, so bad lighting, grey skies and keeping dry were all there to hinder any decent shots.
I will interested to here any comments that will allow me to improve this type of photography.
Enjoy the rest of a wet weekend.
Steve.

ps. Sorry Ive been very busy and haven't been around much. I will endeavor to catch up with you all later.

Tags: General Transport Raf Shoreham Airshow Tucano Sports and action

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22 Aug 2010 12:05PM
love these pre war aircraft-well taken

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Brilliant image very well captured.

Connor.
Maiwand Plus
9 3 72 England
22 Aug 2010 12:22PM
I like it a lot Steve. I can understand your frustration with the conditions as exactly the same thing happened to me at Fairford this year. My first airshow and the weather was lousy. Your shot is a super effort.
Ron
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
22 Aug 2010 12:26PM
Just love the way you have captured Lancing College in the background, Steve. A superb image, fantastic detail and the perfect composition. Carol
achieverswales 6 8 101 Wales
22 Aug 2010 12:40PM
Good capture, movement in the prop feeling of speed in the background I like this!

Regards

Trev
gary_d Plus
8 576 13 Wales
22 Aug 2010 12:40PM
Looks great to me you captured the moving prop very well indeed. - gary
22 Aug 2010 12:46PM
I agree With Trevor great image

Bob
NeilWigan Plus
6 12 15 England
22 Aug 2010 1:13PM
Great image.
nimmo47 7 6 England
22 Aug 2010 3:19PM
Great shot well composed.
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2010 4:03PM
brilliant timing carcking detail steve a belter nice one Wink
andy
Ray42 8 3 England
22 Aug 2010 5:39PM

Quote:I like it a lot Steve. I can understand your frustration with the conditions as exactly the same thing happened to me at Fairford this year. My first airshow and the weather was lousy. Your shot is a super effort.
Ron


I quite agree
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
22 Aug 2010 6:30PM
Impressive!!

Ann
Roly 9 Wales
22 Aug 2010 7:41PM
Good shot Steve.Well captured.
22 Aug 2010 8:34PM
Great shot Steve, the weather can make or break.
Tony
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
22 Aug 2010 9:45PM
Super sharp shot , well panned.

Rock
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2010 10:34PM
different Steve, and what good timing, and really makes this shot with the b/g so blurred great capture
Lillian
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
22 Aug 2010 11:08PM
I like it Steve, well done despite the conditions,
Geoff.
mrjt 10 United Kingdom
23 Aug 2010 8:31AM
What a great panned image, I like the background....Jack
23 Aug 2010 9:12PM
A fabulous capture, Steve, wonderful details and feeling of movement.
Roy
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
24 Aug 2010 2:59AM
i like the movement in the proller and from the panning and blurred bg. lesley
dmhuynh72 8 44 3 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2010 4:32AM
Great action shot Steve
regards
Yung
24 Aug 2010 7:31PM
Excellent motion shot, Steve, ticks all the boxes for me!
Dave.
27 Aug 2010 10:23PM
Great technique Stephen, captured the movement very well,
Adrian
TerryMcK 7 71 2 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2010 12:29PM
Large version shows that you've captured the 'plane perfectly, Steve. Good panning skills in retaining all the main details while the prop & the b/g remain nicely blurred to produce the effect of speed.
Terry

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