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Aircraft Photography

Discussion in 'Talking Pictures' started by RovingMike, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    I know a lot of posters in Appraisals are keen on airshows and there is some frustration about the difficulty of getting good shots on the ground, or in museums. Recently came across Neil Atterbury, who seems to excel even in cluttered ground environments: http://www.fourelements.photography/p95818513#h5da6c26
  2. andymcd

    andymcd Well-Known Member

    My airshow attempts (not for a few years) have been awful at best - these are stunning. Thanks for posting.

    I think these also prove the point you mentioned previously about having an eye for a picture first - the one of the Vulcan with the puddle reflection is superb.
  3. gray1720

    gray1720 Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure about some of the processing, feel he needs to back off the sliders a little sometimes, but it is quite obvious that he has a superb eye and a real feel for what makes an image - not just a piccy of an aeroplane, but the whole thing.

    The image of "Just Jane" and the ghostly figures had me welling up.

    (big softy)
    Geren likes this.
  4. Dan Spencer

    Dan Spencer Member

    wow, they are stunning. They really put mine from RIAT and Bruntingthorpe to shame!

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