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    Default Aircraft from the RNZAF 75th birthday Airshow

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    Here are some of my photos from the RNZAF 75th birthday airshow. I finally found some good noise reduction software so I have been able to get rid of the noise form the photo/editing.

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    A RAAF F/A 18 Hornet taking of

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    A Hawker Hunter with its parashoot out on landing

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    A RNZAF Soux hellicopter one of two still with the airforce in a display team

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    The Red Checkers RNZAF display team

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    Good series. My fave is the Hawker Hunter.

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    Beautiful shots! It's the Hornet for me...noisy machines, but I love 'em. TFS
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    Like all photos, but my favourite is the last one. It conveys the drama and movement very well. Perfect alignment and framing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardTaylor View Post
    Good series. My fave is the Hawker Hunter.
    Thanks Richard, I am quite happy with that one too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Keenlearner View Post
    Beautiful shots! It's the Hornet for me...noisy machines, but I love 'em. TFS
    Thanks Pauline when thay had finnished they rautine they made a pass with their afterburners on, you could not hear yourself speak.

    Quote Originally Posted by ZafarSami View Post
    Like all photos, but my favourite is the last one. It conveys the drama and movement very well. Perfect alignment and framing.
    Thanks ZafarSami, I reallly like that one too, pitty the top two are a bit to dark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northilandkokako View Post
    Thanks ZafarSami, I reallly like that one too, pitty the top two are a bit to dark.
    You know, I didn't even pay any attention to that. The composition is so great that the strong sense of movement wins out over any other item. I know how difficult it is to photograph moving subjects and to pull this shot off as you have done earns you my respect.

    With all the angles and movement, there was no way each plane could be exposed the same.
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    Hanger rat here, love the shots! Last is my fav.

    Curious, you mention noise reduction software. First, why did you need it for these, and second, which did you use?
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