3473 views

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.


Offline 98octane

Yesterday, RAAF Pt Cook hosted an interesting flying display of historic piston and jet aircraft from pre-WWII to the Korean War.

My favourites were the Sabre, Spitfire, Mustangs and P-40F Kittyhawk.

Gallery here.  I'll be adding a full set of pics over the next week.

Image

Image

Image

Image



Offline cel

Seriously awesome shots Luke, love the third one!  :thumbsup:



Offline flamestone

  • Geekographer

  • Joined: Jul 2007

  • Drives: to and from everywhere
  • Location: Central Coast
  • Name: Shane
  • www: Flamestone.com



Offline fivesix


  • Joined: Jun 2007

  • Location: TMBA / BNE / MEL



Offline RMV

  • A Country Member

  • Joined: Apr 2006

  • Location:
  • Drives:
A good friend's (from high school) father flies the P51 Mustang for the museum (and flew it this weekend).  He's also an ex-Roulette from the Macchi days.

EXCELLENT photos, btw.



Offline Doctor

  • Left Sodways
  • Under a Vw, or behind a Camera...

  • Joined: Oct 2008

  • Location: sAdelaide
Nice stuff man, im spewing i missed the air show last year at Avalon and the previous show at Edinburgh here...

Did you happen to get any shots at a slower shutter speed to get some blur of the props?
www.brassmunkymedia.com.au

Oversteer Scares The Passengers , Understeer Scares The Driver



Offline 98octane

Nice stuff man, im spewing i missed the air show last year at Avalon and the previous show at Edinburgh here...

Did you happen to get any shots at a slower shutter speed to get some blur of the props?

I tried that by reducing aperture and ISO, but had mixed results so stopped doing it (i.e. props were properly blurred, but the plane itself was too soft).  Plus the light was very variable throughout the afternoon - at times quite dim and other times full bright sunshine.  I haven't done much panning before, let alone with planes going past at 200kph+, so I just focussed on getting crisp photos.  Next I'll try to get some prop blur.



Offline Doctor

  • Left Sodways
  • Under a Vw, or behind a Camera...

  • Joined: Oct 2008

  • Location: sAdelaide
I tried that by reducing aperture and ISO, but had mixed results so stopped doing it (i.e. props were properly blurred, but the plane itself was too soft).  Plus the light was very variable throughout the afternoon - at times quite dim and other times full bright sunshine.  I haven't done much panning before, let alone with planes going past at 200kph+, so I just focussed on getting crisp photos.  Next I'll try to get some prop blur.

Sounds fair to me, i haven't shot planes like that at all, so im just guessing here!
www.brassmunkymedia.com.au

Oversteer Scares The Passengers , Understeer Scares The Driver



Related Topics

  Subject / Started by Replies Last post
15 Replies
9526 Views
Last post Tue, 24 Feb, 2009 - 18:40
by mondi
3 Replies
2912 Views
Last post Thu, 12 Nov, 2009 - 08:41
by S4Simon
5 Replies
4119 Views
Last post Tue, 23 Nov, 2010 - 15:23
by Wattens
8 Replies
2501 Views
Last post Sat, 14 Dec, 2013 - 20:32
by anotherforumuser
9 Replies
2425 Views
Last post Tue, 17 Dec, 2013 - 09:34
by Ferrari Fissatore


Latest Discussions

BOARD TOPIC MEMBER POSTED
[ Off Topic ] Are we at War yet???? 360c Today at 01:48
[ Cars ] OFFICIAL - 2015 FERRARI F12 TDF !!! fivesix Yesterday at 22:28
[ Cars ] Spotted thread fivesix Yesterday at 22:23
[ Off Topic ] Teevee and moovees mondi Yesterday at 21:57
[ Ferrari ] Australian Delivered 308GTB 'glass scud Yesterday at 20:41
[ Porsche ] The Porsche Chat random BS thread JBO Yesterday at 06:18
[ Lamborghini ] First time buying a Lambo IExperiment Sat, 22 Apr, 2017 - 20:26
[ Porsche ] 991.2 GTS Announced NBTBRV8 Sat, 22 Apr, 2017 - 15:43
[ Cars ] Maserati - The only Assetto Corsa in Australia ? outcruisen Sat, 22 Apr, 2017 - 08:01