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Another Oshkosh Airshow Gallery

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Doodlebugger John, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. I finally took time to seperate some of the better photos from Airventure 2007.
    I didn't realize just how many I had to go through.
    C-17 Globemaster III
    Aeroshell Demo Team
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    Heritage Flight
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    Sea Fury
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    Here is the link to the full gallery:


    Thanks for looking and c and c is always welcome.

  2. Very nice John! I would love to see a Sea Fury in action... only seen one and it was parked on the tarmac..
  3. Thanks Paul. The Sea Fury does have a rather distictive sound and I always enjoy watching them. They actually had two flying at Oshkosh, the one above and Riff Raff, an air racer version.

    Riff Raff
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  4. do you have the exif, including lens on the aeroshell demo team.

    That is an excellent excellent photo
  5. Thanks,
    All my aerials at Oshkosh were with my 80-400VR.
    Here is the Exif data:
    Date/Time 28-Jul-2007 15:36:51
    Make Nikon
    Model NIKON D200
    Flash Used No
    Focal Length 220 mm
    Exposure Time 1/320 sec
    Aperture f/16
    ISO Equivalent 200
    Exposure Bias +1/3
    White Balance
    Metering Mode center weighted (2)
    JPEG Quality
    Exposure Program shutter priority (4)
    I believe the only PP was running it through basic NX , cropping and a bit of tightening the curves.
  6. Thank you. I was impressed with the amount of prop motion and the overall sharpness. The props must have been screaming to get that much blur with 1/320
  7. The T-6's they use are actually well known for the distinctive sound they make because the prop tips are at or close to the speed of sound. Once you are attuned to the sound you can tell what this aircraft is without looking at it.
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