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Last week at Duxford

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jaybee
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Last week at Duxford

Post by jaybee » Wed Oct 03, 2018 10:46 pm

Went on the Sunday and these are some of the better ones from the show... :unsure:

Image321 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image451 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image464 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image465 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image470 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image471 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image483 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image472 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image473 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image474 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image476 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image475 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image477 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image478 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image482 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image481 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image484 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr
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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by wolfie138 » Thu Oct 04, 2018 1:11 pm

each to their own but that "film" look ruins the pics for me.

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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by AshBailey » Thu Oct 04, 2018 2:22 pm

Greta images - well done, but the film-strip does detract... (sorry..)

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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by jaybee » Thu Oct 04, 2018 2:30 pm

Thanks for the comments :thumb:, be they good ,bad or indifferent. I just wanted to present them another way. Sometimes it gets boring just seeing the squares on there own
but I'll remember for next time, to leave out the film strip look...cheers... :thumb:
To make up for that awful look :unsure: 2 shots without... :whistle:

Image486 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image485 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr
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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by reheat module » Thu Oct 04, 2018 7:49 pm

Actually John, 10/10 for doing something different!
Life would be boring if everything was the same; perhaps not to everyone's taste, but worth at try.
Some nice 'takes' tucked away in those frames.
I do miss my time in the RAF, but every month it reminds me how great it was with a lovely big cheque
...Some people are the dog, some are just the lamppost...

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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by jem60 » Thu Oct 04, 2018 8:10 pm

Very nice. I thought that the Airbus driver could do with brushing up his formation skills!!! :)[no.7]

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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by jaybee » Fri Oct 05, 2018 8:20 am

Hi reheat module and jem60....I'll take that that nice 10/10 score rh :thumb: , I think at best you saw what I was aiming to do. The old35mm frame style , was purely to pull in some
interest through presentation. Yes jem60, the old airliners seemed to want a slice of the formation action :whistle: , free airborne spectators ,I wonder when they will call that area "The naughty sky" :'( .
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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by F3 » Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:56 pm

Some top shots there John, esp the Gnats, Pembroke + the Buchons taking off, which is redolent of the Battle of Britain.

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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by jaybee » Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:30 pm

Thanks Mick, good to hear from you mate :thumb: .Here is another stalwart from that 1940s air campaign, that didn't get the limelight like it should have... :thumb:

Image487 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr
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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by jaybee » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:07 pm

jaybee wrote:
Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:30 pm
Thanks Mick, good to hear from you mate :thumb: .Here is another stalwart from that 1940s air campaign, that didn't get the limelight like it should have... :thumb:
Plus a few more, showing the Buchon's getting bounced by a yak, and that other aeroplane :whistle: in the shadow of the Hurricane...

Image487 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr


Image501 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image488 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image499 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr

Image500 by John Bilcliffe, on Flickr
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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by Wallace » Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:45 am

I hate to burst your bubble but the film look does not work - firstly film is a negative and you showed the positive and secondly the sprocket holes are not exposed with film, they'd be orange not the background colour.
A positive would be a contact print but you'd still see the sprocket holes without the background colour.

It was a good try at making something different, caught out by an old fart from the days of film, that's analogue for the youngsters ;)

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Re: Last week at Duxford

Post by jaybee » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:12 am

Wallace wrote:
Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:45 am
I hate to burst your bubble but the film look does not work - firstly film is a negative and you showed the positive and secondly the sprocket holes are not exposed with film, they'd be orange not the background colour.
A positive would be a contact print but you'd still see the sprocket holes without the background colour.

It was a good try at making something different, caught out by an old fart from the days of film, that's analogue for the youngsters ;)
You didn't burst any bubble Wallace, it was a word you have used to interpret my presentation attempt, which was not a serious intention to emulate positive film/E6/, or call it what you like.
I merely wanted to present the images taken with my digital camera, to appear with a difference other than the regular frame used. So you haven't really caught me out, you just reminded me
the amount of old farts that want to pick holes, when they should put their thoughts in them... :thumb:
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