Love the F-111 shot. If I ever get around to unpacking my slides I have a similar shot from RAF Finningley back from I think 1977I didn't think I could post non-m43 photos here, thanks very much for allowing it! Here are a few of my favourites, shot on various Canon / Nikon equipment over the years.
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I only respond because your sig says you welcome comments and criticism. First, what day did you go? I was there on Saturday and could not have asked for a nicer day. I think you should have left the polarizer off the lens. All your photos seem to be a bit to dark and could use with some lightning. Personally I see no reason to use a polarizer for shots that include the sky because you can fix any thing in post with the quality of the software now. Did you add vignette to the photos? Personally I don't like vignette added to photos and in this case makes the photo seem any darker. Anyways, nice photos and hope you are ok with my comments.Wings over Houston with the 45-200 on my G3 with a polarizer
Nice catch on the pass, I missed it.I was there on Saturday. I like the polarizer for controlling the glare off the planes, have to agree with you about the sky. Post was the simple iPad "enhance" - I'm sure I can do better on the "real" computer.
I have found spot metering on the plane results in better exposure, but it's TOUGH when they are further away and moving faster. Some of these are missed exposures where I got the sky instead of the plane IMHO.
I nailed the mirror image pass though: