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    PT2 Royal international Air Tatoo

    Well day 2 saw us at my favorite location for the Saturday show day, slap bang in the middle of the display line opposite the crowd line elevated slightly in the farmers field, with the weather giving cloud base at zero feet most of the morning we nearly canned it and went home so glad we didn't, thanks for the comments on the first set, alway feel wrong putting prop stuff in this thread as its a jet section so please excuse the few that make it on here.

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    RE: PT2 Royal international Air Tatoo

    Right .........thats it!.... I've had enough!

    how do you do it? the clarity and detail is astonishing.....especially the spit....assuming you're stood on the ground......fantastic!!

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    RE: PT2 Royal international Air Tatoo

    WOW! In pictures 19 & 20 is that an MB339 doing a tail slide into a flat spin??? Looks like it from the smoke trail....in photo 19 you can see he has what looks like full up elevator as he is descending...amazing photos...we are not worthy!

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    RE: PT2 Royal international Air Tatoo

    Fantastic as always, Laurrie. I love the close up of the F16 pilot in pic 1. A fighter jet in a nearly 90deg bank towards the crowd, which you capture from the ground. Yet in the photo, you could almost reach in to his cockpit and tap him on the shoulder.

    If I didn't know better I would guess that shot was taken from another aircraft he was formation flying with.

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    RE: PT2 Royal international Air Tatoo

    ORIGINAL: roger.alli

    Fantastic as always, Laurrie. I love the close up of the F16 pilot in pic 1. A fighter jet in a nearly 90deg bank towards the crowd, which you capture from the ground. Yet in the photo, you could almost reach in to his cockpit and tap him on the shoulder.

    If I didn't know better I would guess that shot was taken from another aircraft he was formation flying with.

    Roger

    Actually were opposite the crowd line in a farmers field, better location, two more of the Mighty V


    Royal International Air Tatoo - Totterdown farm location by lauriehughes, on Flickr

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    Royal International Air Tatoo - Totterdown farm location - HDR by lauriehughes, on Flickr
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    RE: PT2 Royal international Air Tatoo

    Hi Laurie

    I saw some of your pictures are like paintings and they are annotated HDR.

    I googled this and read about taking pictures plus and minus and then adjusting while merging which is fine taking something static, but I guess you must be post processing the single shot. what is the technique or software you use.

    by the way all your pictures are  just awesome

    thanks for info, I guess others may be interested

    Ian


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