Hung Phan  


Departure in early morning by Hung Phan

November 2019 - Departure in early morning

About the Image(s)

Recently I participated to Air Show in Houston. I love Thunderbirds-US military powers. I had adjusted the color of sky.Please give me comments.
No Tripod. My setting is S 1250. Nikon lens 70-200mm. ISO 125.


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6 comments posted

 
This is very sharp. I struggle getting good focus on moving subjects, so I'm really impressed. I like the color of the sky, so that adjustment works for this shot.   Posted: 11/02/2019 16:34:16

Brenda Monahan   Brenda Monahan
Wonderful shot! Sky adjustment makes the jets stand out. Nicely done.   Posted: 11/02/2019 17:41:31

Shirley Pohlman   Shirley Pohlman
Hung, I feel that you got a great capture of moving objects. To me the jets are very sharp, and how lucky you were to have those clouds for a great composition.   Posted: 11/02/2019 21:08:01

Piers Blackett   Piers Blackett
This is a dramatic image looking as if you are flying close by and as you say participating......that's very close flying. I would raise the question about whether to show so much jet-stream so as to loose relative space in front of the jets, so I would suggest placing them more centrally or use more negative space in front if you have some prior to cropping. I would also try a horizontal flip.   Posted: 11/10/2019 22:47:33

Hung Phan   Hung Phan
Thanks all of you.I will remember all your comments!In Houston,we have Air Show every year.I am trying even my age 79 years old ,my wife same age with me.She belongs to 29 Group.!.Thanks again...Somebody needs to know Texas,let me help.Here we have egrets on late March &April .A lot people from another states come here to take picture Egrets.   Posted: 11/14/2019 19:15:28

Harry M. Stuart   Harry M. Stuart
Nice capture, Hung. I think Piers' comment about the leading space should be larger than the trailing space is valid. I also think that the frame is a little too heavy and distracts a little from the image. One day I'll get to an air show and try and capture these machines in flight!   Posted: 11/15/2019 17:57:22