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A beautiful sight
Taken at the Little Gransden airshow.
I opted for a high Iso and fast shutter speed as I was using a 200mm lens, hand held.
I am pleased with the composition as it appears that I was up in the air to get the shot.
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Album name:Chez / First Album
File Size:243 KB
Date added:Aug 26, 2014
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Date Time:2014:08:26 08:15:44
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Mazda_Man  [Aug 26, 2014 at 09:54 AM]
You have caught the bombers well (Are they Lancasters?) but when I look at similar pictures they seem to have more drama in them. I do not do this kind of photography as I don't seem to have the opportunity, so my knowledge is extremely limited, but perhaps closer up in fine detail with the sort of sky that is interesting, good cloud formations, sunsets etc. These planes sen to be somewhat static and I will be interested to see what should have been done to make a dramatic picture which engenders the wartime feeling that is being reproduced of late.
SteveT  [Aug 26, 2014 at 05:50 PM]
I like this image, you have caught the planes at an interesting angle, personal I would adjust levels to bring out the detail in the clouds but that's only a minor point, the maximum size you can post on the site is 2000 on the longest edge with the file size below 1000kb. Would be nice to see your shot full size.
George  [Aug 26, 2014 at 07:04 PM]
What a smashing shot to come in with Cheryl and very topical at the moment with the Canadian Lanc' doing the rounds with ours. Where was this?
They are supposed to be flying into Teeside aka Durham Tees valley aka Middleton St. George on Thursday but I'm going to be busy so will miss them.

A lovely shot, bit small so maybe you should re-size and upload a bigger picture, of two iconic aircraft of WWII.
Well timed and taken, like it loads.
Helen  [Aug 26, 2014 at 09:43 PM]
Well done Cheryl, a good shot , I also like how you have taken the planes at the angle and & looks good against the blue sky & white clouds.