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Flying High Past and Present
Flying High Past and Present
midnightride2


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Stopped Motion II (Advanced Editing II)
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Location: Ventura, California
Date: Sep 19, 2004
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/1500
Galleries: Sky, Action
Date Uploaded: Sep 19, 2004

Levels, Contrast, Crop, Resize, USM.

Statistics
Place: 50 out of 170
Avg (all users): 5.8855
Avg (commenters): 6.3636
Avg (participants): 5.9727
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Views since voting: 1016
Views during voting: 408
Votes: 227
Comments: 12
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/25/2004 08:21:16 AM
This is a nice setup, but no motion: no 'exhaustion vapor' coming out from any of the aircrafts, and also, I would expect a propeller spinning with a couple 1000 rpm to show at least a little motion blur even at very short exposure time....and the cockpit is open in all the 3 jets.
09/25/2004 07:52:03 AM
That's almost eerie, I don't know why. Still, it's very cool. What kind of jets are these?
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09/23/2004 11:08:27 PM
Love the composition of "generation" of war aviators. While the jet craft moves forward, that "stop motion" of the RF propeller is definining of your image.
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09/23/2004 03:16:19 PM
I don't know if you were going for humor - but you got it! It appears the old antiquated prop-driven plane is outrunning the newer, faster jets. The best stop-action is the stationary propeller of course (assuming it wasn't feathered!) NIce job on the techie stuff (exposure, shutterspeed, aperture) and the composition.
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09/22/2004 04:27:55 PM
Nice and sharp, I would maybe have cropped more off all sides except the right. 7
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09/22/2004 04:00:36 PM
Nice stop action, especially with the propeller visible. I might have tried darkening a little.
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09/22/2004 01:26:10 PM
Let's see, an A-10, an F-15, and something from very long ago! Nice shot and beautiful cloudless sky. I like it!
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09/21/2004 11:19:26 PM
Awesome... looks like you went to an air show last weekend also. You must have one awesome lens and/or fantastic seats. Reno? :) Great job.
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09/21/2004 02:23:01 PM
These planes are not really flying. First the Cockpits are open and they can't fly like that and second there is no exaust and they can not fly at the same speedlong enough for you to capture them in a photo.
09/20/2004 09:56:06 PM
nothing special here... they arent flying very fast
09/20/2004 06:36:53 AM
The composition could be a bit better. But still a nice shot
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09/20/2004 12:17:38 AM
A very nice shot, though a touch oversharpened (jaggies on diagonal lines and slight haloing). I could have sworn I saw an image very similar to this some time ago..
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