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Jan 10, 2018 20:48 |  #1

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Jan 10, 2018 22:26 |  #2

Good capture; always fun to see the old guys kicking around :)

I can see that it's pulling a bit of a bank, but I'd level this on out a little bit; slight downward cant looks uneven without an anchoring element. Also, with demo/pyro displays, try bringing your shutter down enough to capture some better sense of movement in panning. The freezing of the flare here looks a little strange; sort of like freezing props on the older birds.


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Jan 12, 2018 20:12 |  #3

Snydremark wrote in post #18538388 (external link)
Good capture; always fun to see the old guys kicking around :)

I can see that it's pulling a bit of a bank, but I'd level this on out a little bit; slight downward cant looks uneven without an anchoring element. Also, with demo/pyro displays, try bringing your shutter down enough to capture some better sense of movement in panning. The freezing of the flare here looks a little strange; sort of like freezing props on the older birds.

Thanks for your review I really appreciate the feed back. I'll remember that for the pyros. As for the cant, the bird was diving and banking for a mock bombing and straffling run and he/she was moving hard and fast. It was a split second later the bird was below tree line and all those images were crap...............


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Jan 12, 2018 22:59 |  #4

Chief_10Beers wrote in post #18539752 (external link)
Thanks for your review I really appreciate the feed back. I'll remember that for the pyros. As for the cant, the bird was diving and banking for a mock bombing and straffling run and he/she was moving hard and fast. It was a split second later the bird was below tree line and all those images were crap...............

I know *that* feeling all too well :) But, it looks like you've got enough space there to just level it out a slight bit (lower on the left edge, without losing too much of the trails...might make it feel slightly less awkward. Worth a try and if it doesn't work, you already have a decent image ;)


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