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Hello everybody

I leave my last composition of three images. All taken with the D800

One for the background taken at f11 1/250 ISO 100 with a 40mm 28-300

Another for the plane taken with the 14-24 at 14mm f8 1/320 ISO 100

Another for the pilot pulled a TC-70-200 and 17-240 mm f5.6 1/250 ISO 100

Processed with ACR and PSH CS6

Best regards

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Hello everybody

I leave my last composition of three images. All taken with the D800

One for the background taken at f11 1/250 ISO 100 with a 40mm 28-300

Another for the plane taken with the 14-24 at 14mm f8 1/320 ISO 100

Another for the pilot pulled a TC-70-200 and 17-240 mm f5.6 1/250 ISO 100

Processed with ACR and PSH CS6

Best regards
Wow, striking....I like it. Just how close *was* that plane when you snapped the photo?
 
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Wow, striking....I like it. Just how close *was* that plane when you snapped the photo?
Hi Tenorman,

I was about 3 meters, about 10 feet, from the aircraft, with the 14-24 at 14 mm.

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Hi Tenorman,

I was about 3 meters, about 10 feet, from the aircraft, with the 14-24 at 14 mm.

Best regards
But in the cockpit, not sitting on the wing, right? :biggrin: Being that close, I'm impressed with both pilots' skills. I have the 14-24 lens too, it is incredibly sharp.
 
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Oy vey Tenorman. :)
How about on land, on a static airplane, rotated a little, blurred prop and change of background?

It is a very good display of PP skills, not magic-defying physics.
 
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But in the cockpit, not sitting on the wing, right? :biggrin: Being that close, I'm impressed with both pilots' skills. I have the 14-24 lens too, it is incredibly sharp.
It is a composition of two pictures. The aircraft was on the ground.

I look forward for the day I can take a picture like that for real.

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