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http://www.tipf.co.uk/forums/topic/46369-important~-the-forum-its-future-and-finances/

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C-47 Dakotas


Denis

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What a fabulous PHOTO that is Denis .... you really do hide  your light under a bushel  sometimes don't you ..... the  prop whirr is super ...and jeez those planes look close together don't they?

Top dollar stuff Mr Sharp!!

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46 minutes ago, Clicker said:

What a fabulous PHOTO that is Denis .... you really do hide  your light under a bushel  sometimes don't you ..... the  prop whirr is super ...and jeez those planes look close together don't they?

Top dollar stuff Mr Sharp!!

The lens does appear to bring them closer Polly, but the actual separation is well within limits set for airshows :) That was the absolute best I got that day, a break in the rain and a brief bit of light broke the weather pattern that dogged the event.

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Denis I think I would prefer to see the original, hate to be critical but they wouldn't fly this close together and the lighting is wrong for the sky you've used.

 

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19 hours ago, colinb said:

Denis I think I would prefer to see the original, hate to be critical but they wouldn't fly this close together and the lighting is wrong for the sky you've used.

 

Cant post the RAW

 

 

  • ƒ/5.6
  • 500.0 mm
  • 1/125
  • 100
  • Flash (off, did not fire)
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  • JFIFVersion - 1.02
  • X-Resolution - 300 dpi
  • Y-Resolution - 300 dpi
  • Image Width - 4672
  • Image Height - 3113
  • Orientation - Horizontal (normal)
  • Software - Topaz Studio
  • Date and Time (Modified) - 2022:01:11 15:48:12
  • Artist - Denis sharp
  • YCbCr Positioning - Centered
  • Copyright - Denis Sharp
  • ISO Speed - 100
  • Sensitivity Type - Recommended Exposure Index
  • Exif Version - 0230
  • Date and Time (Original) - 2019:06:04 14:24:22
  • Date and Time (Digitized) - 2019:06:04 14:24:22
  • Components Configuration - Y, Cb, Cr, -
  • Exposure Bias - 0 EV
  • Max Aperture Value - 5.7
  • Metering Mode - Spot
  • Light Source - Unknown
  • Image Number - 11675
  • User Comment - Nikon D3000
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  • Flashpix Version - 0100
  • Color Space - sRGB
  • Focal Plane X-Resolution - 2558.641221
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  • Focal Plane Resolution Unit - cm
  • Sensing Method - One-chip color area
  • File Source - Digital Camera
  • Scene Type - Directly photographed
  • CFAPattern - [Red,Green][Green,Blue]
  • Custom Rendered - Normal
  • Exposure Mode - Manual
  • White Balance - Auto
  • Digital Zoom Ratio - 1
  • Focal Length (35mm format) - 750 mm
  • Scene Capture Type - Standard
  • Gain Control - None
  • Contrast - Normal
  • Saturation - Normal
  • Sharpness - Normal
  • Subject Distance Range - Unknown
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So yes, I changed the sky,  I didnt like the grey,bland background ...and if the weather forecast had been as it should, sunshine and showers, then the  sky I replaced it with is more to how it ought to have been that day. this is the original bland jpeg image showing that they were as they appear. no 'trickery'... no Photoshop or other type of layering software as I dont have it..... let alone know how to bring two single aircraft together in one image. I just wanted a pleasing image (to me) of a day that cost me one days pay, & £40 to get in for one half decent photo.It is the lens that makes them look that close, sorry you dont believe me, I wont bother in future.

Daks1.JPG

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Easy Denis - by using a fake sky and badly blending the two images you have lost most of the prop blur and the wire lines on the far Dakota. This makes me question if the whole image is fake. 

Personally I think the original image works fine but weather seldom helps out at airshows and there is nothing wrong in adding a little sky detail behind the planes.

But please consider the overall effect, just because you can doesn't mean you should. 

 

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