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SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18 - a few more added.

Post by A380_sully » Tue Feb 13, 2018 1:39 pm

Having booked a TLE event for the evening, we thought we'd mix up the trip and chase a few Heli's for the day. So a few shots from a morning on SPTA followed by an evening on the ramp at RAF Odiham on 09/02/18.

1). ImageZJ231 (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

2. ImageZJ191 (2) (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

3. ImageZJ231 contrast (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

4. ImageZJ231 hover 3 (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

5. ImageZA671 Ramp (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

6. ImageRAF Boeing-Vertol CH-47 HC.4 Chinook ZA671 (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

7. ImageOdiham Ramp (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

8. ImageOdiham Ramp at Dusk (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

9. ImageZH893 RAF Boeing CH-47-HC.6A front run (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

10. ImageZH893 RAF Boeing CH-47-HC.6A 2 (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

Thanks for looking C&C is welcomed as always,

Kelvin


11. ImageZH893 RAF Boeing CH-47-HC.6Anight2 (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

12. ImageZJ231 hold b&w (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

13. ImageEurocopter AS.350-HT.2 ZJ249 (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

14. ImageOdiham Ramp night (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

15. ImageZH777 RAF Boeing CH-47-HC.6A (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

16. ImageZH893 RAF Boeing CH-47-HC.6A Ramp night (1 of 1) by Kelvin Sullivan, on Flickr

Cheers again for looking.
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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by paddyboy » Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:41 pm

Hi Kelvin :P

Top work there :thumbs:

Love those moody last few ;)

Thanks for posting :thumb:

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by FalconFlare » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:15 pm

Nice catches Kevin, the 3th and 7th one are my favourites :thumb:

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by Duane Hewitt » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:38 pm

Head on AH and night time Chinnys are awesome.

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by A380_sully » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:40 am

paddyboy wrote:Hi Kelvin :P

Top work there :thumbs:

Love those moody last few ;)

Thanks for posting :thumb:

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Cheers Paddyboy,

Always nice to get somewhere different. Kel

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by tonkatom » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:49 pm

Nice and sharp,love the apache shots,thanks for sharing .
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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by The Phantom » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:54 pm

Very nice images :thumbs:

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by A380_sully » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:13 pm

FalconFlare wrote:Nice catches Kevin, the 3th and 7th one are my favourites :thumb:
Thanks, Kel

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by shane davis » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:21 pm

Cracking shots. What's the best shutter speed for rotor blur please. I can never seem to get much AND get a sharp photo.
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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by A380_sully » Sat Feb 17, 2018 6:41 pm

shane davis wrote:Cracking shots. What's the best shutter speed for rotor blur please. I can never seem to get much AND get a sharp photo.
Most of the long exposure were set between 15 and 30 seconds.

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by markranger » Sat Feb 17, 2018 6:42 pm

All nice but 3 and 6 are superb.
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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by herc15 » Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:00 am

Wow, nice set
personal fav's are 3. and 10.
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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by MRTT » Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:59 am

Cracking set, 3rd shot in particular. :thumb:

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by Bobbster » Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:03 pm

Good set Kelvin, looks like a day well spent

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18

Post by A380_sully » Thu Feb 22, 2018 4:28 pm

Bobbster wrote:Good set Kelvin, looks like a day well spent
Cheers Bob, it was a god day all round.

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Re: SPTA and RAF Odiham 09/02/18 - a few more added.

Post by A380_sully » Thu Feb 22, 2018 4:29 pm

Just a few more added to the collection.

C&C welcome as always.

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