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Nov 14, 2007 09:42 as a reply to post 4313132 |  #61

wow, some great shots. here's 3 I took last summer.

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Nov 14, 2007 09:48 |  #62

tofuboy wrote in post #4314039 (external link)
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Ok - that's at least the 2nd shot of Fat Albert where the props seem to have some sort of time-lapsed blur coming off the tips, but the stop-motion on the blades themselves and fuselage is too sharp for it to have been a long shutter exposure. What is causing that - cause it looks cool as heck. It it just a sweet-spot in the shutter speed that allows both?


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Nov 14, 2007 09:52 |  #63

Chris, it's the 'wingtip vortex' from the prop blades.. cool eh?


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Nov 14, 2007 09:54 |  #64

Sweet - so it requires the right atmospheric and physical conditions for it to happen?


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Nov 14, 2007 09:55 as a reply to EOSAddict's post |  #65

condensation...you see it more when the props are under heavy torque and the humidity is high....

If you notice, the props are at a high angle....


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Nov 14, 2007 10:30 |  #66

First 2 are from the Overberg air show. They are allowed to fire weapons as Overberg airforce base is a testing range.

Rooivalk attack helicopter firing 2 rockets

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Nov 14, 2007 11:12 |  #67

Multiple layered shots of a Warthog rolling

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Blue Angels
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Legacy Flight

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Nov 14, 2007 12:20 |  #68

chrismj wrote in post #4314381 (external link)
First 2 are from the Overberg air show. They are allowed to fire weapons as Overberg airforce base is a testing range.

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How cool!

Unfortunately, military air shows in the US all take place at bases that are in the middle of built-up residential areas. The pilots that are based here at Miramar have to go all the way to El Centro or Fallon, NV to be able to do live weapons firing. The US military would never hold a show at one of these remote firing ranges because nobody would come (too far away) and there'd be major security problems.


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Nov 14, 2007 12:34 as a reply to JWright's post |  #69

Eglin AFB is right on the edge of a huge range. You can feel the 105MMs hitting the ground from miles away. I am surprised they have not opened that range up to the public for a viewing of a live fire exercise. I am sure the protesters would have a field day with that huh :(


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Nov 14, 2007 15:55 as a reply to 45R's post |  #70

Legacy Flight

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I love the Bearcat, one of my favourite Piston engine aircraft. Nice focus on it, but to my eye the F-18 is slightly soft, (shallow DOF). If this was intentional then I apologise, but otherwise it spoils the photo for me.

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Nov 14, 2007 16:39 as a reply to FatAlbert's post |  #71

I probably have the physics wrong but:

The Bug is flying an arc around the outside of the Bearcat's turn radius and therefore has to fly slightly faster to hold station...

So, if this was shot at about 1/125 or so (maybe even a little slower judging by the prop blur...) and you're panning to match the speed of the Bearcat, you aren't panning as fast as the Hornet is flying.

(Ok, so it makes sense in my brain...) :shock:


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Nov 14, 2007 17:07 |  #72

FlyingPhotog wrote in post #4316364external link
I probably have the physics wrong but:

The Bug is flying an arc around the outside of the Bearcat's turn radius and therefore has to fly slightly faster to hold station...

So, if this was shot at about 1/125 or so (maybe even a little slower judging by the prop blur...) and you're panning to match the speed of the Bearcat, you aren't panning as fast as the Hornet is flying.

(Ok, so it makes sense in my brain...) :shock:

But with most of the Heritage Flight shots I have seen on this and other forums the FJ matches the speed of the slower, piston powered ac, and therefore is in formation with it. To my (simple) mind they should both be in focus - unless, as you say the FJ is moving faster relative to the ac on the inside. In whch case the idea of 2 ac (with different cruise speeds) in formation doesn't really work. Especially as the Bearcat is still one of the fastest piston engined aircraft ever made.
Confused????

As an aside, what a waste of a back seat -the F-18 is a 2 seater with only one filled!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Nov 14, 2007 17:13 as a reply to FlyingPhotog's post |  #73

I had two things going against me on that particular shot. Distance of the Bug to the Cat and the speed. This is another photos of the two zoomed out a little.

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Nov 14, 2007 17:17 |  #74

45R wrote in post #4316530 (external link)
I had two things going against me on that particular shot. Distance of the Bug to the Cat and the speed. This is another photos of the two zoomed out a little.

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Nice sharp shot. It looks like the light was fading too, judging by the nav light on the F-18


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Nov 14, 2007 17:46 as a reply to FatAlbert's post |  #75

I've only been to one air show and came unprepared but ...

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