Harriers

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Andyc, Aug 8, 2007.

  1. Andyc

    Andyc

    856
    Nov 6, 2006
    South Wales UK
    I spent a few hours at the Royal Navy Air Station museum at Yeovilton on Monday. The displays were in very low light and I only had my built in flash but I thought I would share a few shots of the Sea Harriers on display.
    Would an SB600 have improved these images?

    Harrier1.

    Harrier4.

    Harrier3.

    And what powers them.

    Harrier5.

    Critique always welcome.

    Best regards
    Andy
     
  2. Hi Andy,

    I think you did a good job capturing those Harriers! Your pictures turned out quite nice. I can't comment on your question if an SB-600 would have improved the pictures much, but I'm sure a fellow cafe member will answer that question for you.

    Cheers,

    Peter
     
  3. Falcon

    Falcon

    226
    May 3, 2006
    Denmark
    Beautiful pictures of the Sea Harrier. The SB600 would probably light up more of the background as well, but that's not needed here. I think the black baggrounds and the black corners draws the attention to the plane and that's the main thing. So I think you did a great job with the built in flash.

    Jørn
     
  4. Andyc

    Andyc

    856
    Nov 6, 2006
    South Wales UK
    Thank you both. Your comments are most appreciated.

    Best regards
    Andy
     
  5. Tintop

    Tintop Guest

    I think you did really well considering the poor light. I've been there and parts of it are practically pitch black at times. Nice shots.
     
  6. Andyc

    Andyc

    856
    Nov 6, 2006
    South Wales UK
    Thanks Tintop. You are right about the light it's a nightmare. There are some great aircraft there which would benefit from better lighting.

    Best regards
    Andy
     
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