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    World War II War Birds A little World war II exhibit and Local jets.

    Hello everyone I know its been a while sense i last updated or posted anything but i've been kind of busy But recenteley there was a world war II exhibit Of P51 Mustang B29 And flying Fortress at Our regional Airport as well as Jets So i was able to get a lot of shots and A Lot of Shots of Jets some were Good Oh and Some Hdr will be in here too :) some weren't Most were They were taken With a Nikon D50 Iso Around 400-800 and set on Aperture priority
    A little History to the plane My grandfather told me it was flown By Eisenhower over D day so its an interesting Plane,
    P51 Mustang 1

    P51 Mustang 2

    P51 Mustang 3

    P51 Mustang 4

    P51 Mustang 5

    P51 Mustang 6

    P51 Mustang 7

    P51 Mustang 8

    P51 Mustang 9

    P51 Mustang 10

    P51 Mustang 11

    Machine gun From bomber

    P51 Mustang tail HDR

    A little fun with the editing

    Engine And Local jet

    Local Jet

    Local Jet 2

    Local jet 3

    Local Jet 4

    Local Jet 5

    Love these old propeller planes

    Local Jet 6

    Flying fortress view from tire.

    Flying fortress

    B29 Wings

    B29/W Machine Gun

    Enjoy the photos :)

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    I like the first shot of Betty Jane, and the shot of Witchcraft with the neat processing. Also remember, you might want to use Shutter priority for props in action to get a nice blur going(unless you want the prop frozen)

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    Thankyou :) and I thought of that but i just Figured i'd put on A but next time i shoot aviation i will remeber that :) And thanks! :)
    Quote Originally Posted by megatop412 View Post
    I like the first shot of Betty Jane, and the shot of Witchcraft with the neat processing. Also remember, you might want to use Shutter priority for props in action to get a nice blur going(unless you want the prop frozen)

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