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Saturday, September 16, 2006

Formation Lead

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5 Comments:

Blogger Kimberley said...

Love the yellow in this one..

9/16/2006 2:23 PM  
Blogger Dave MacIntyre said...

Very cool!

9/16/2006 4:18 PM  
Blogger Wingnut said...

Kewl, I wish you could see more detail of the pilots face, or maybe a vapor trail of sorts coming up over the cockpit, (planes a little slow for that probably) maybe even blue sky to seperate the glass apart from the background, but hey, come on, I don't ask for much do I?

Now that is sounds like I slammed your photo, please don't think that! Really, it's a great shot, I am just looking for some motion or something to make it a a really great shot ya know? I feel like when I post photos, I am looking for another point of view, so just offering mine up :) Kick me, lmao... (so now you are going to tell me this is on the ground not the air and I will feel like an @$$!)

Your shots are always great, that's why it's so hard to critique them! I can't wait to see more. ~Cyndie

9/17/2006 5:06 AM  
Blogger Reeholio said...

I ummed and arred about posting this one. I liked it but felt it was missing something too. I appreciate feedback, and especially tips on how to improve a shot.

I didn't think you were slamming the shot. It is easy to just say "great shot", it is harder to positively critique another photographer's work. I can see this is your intention here, so thanks.

I have found motion photography to be very difficult to date. Especially so, when you are taking the shot when both the platform you are in and the subject, are both doing 150mph in close proximity, in a cloud, and in a turn. It would have been lucky to have a vapour trail or something in the background, but unfortunately it didn't happen.

Fingers crossed, next time maybe...

9/17/2006 1:14 PM  
Blogger Wingnut said...

:) sounds like a blast, 150 x 2! Bring it on, you did a nice job, helps somehow to understand the situation also!

9/18/2006 11:48 AM  

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