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Jan 29, 2019 18:05 |  #1441

It was getting dark, so time to play!


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Jan 29, 2019 18:08 |  #1442

I am trying to get to 1/10th sec. Not there yet.


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Jan 30, 2019 00:12 |  #1443

Richard M. A. Wood wrote in post #18800954 (external link)
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That’s sharp for 1/20 @400mm .... hand held pan or mono/tripod?


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Jan 30, 2019 08:12 |  #1444

Richard M. A. Wood wrote in post #18800954 (external link)
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I like these a lot! My experience with moving vehicles at 1/10 sec is that I throw a lot away, but I really like the results when they do work. Shooting at an angle to the movement gives a very different feeling to the image, as in these A few from Fridays "Pre Cruise". One week to go!


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Jan 31, 2019 01:09 |  #1445

They were both taken hand held. I used my 100-400 zoom instead of my 300 f2,8 so sacrificed some sharpness for a bit more success. Yes there are lots of failures but when you do get one that comes out right...I like the effect.




  
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May 07, 2019 17:17 |  #1446

CAF P-63 at Central Texas Airshow in Temple, Tx.


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May 08, 2019 02:50 |  #1447

Wolf Pitts Pro - knife edge take off.

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Citabria on takeoff. At Grimes PA, Father's Day Air Show.


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As a bonus we have this ultralight which has not yet reached takeoff speed despite the RATO unit at the back. Not hitting the pedals IMO.


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