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    a few more Typhoon's images single seater's this time.from the same day as the others feed back welcome

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    Re: more Typhoon's

    Hi Paul,

    Each shot is 'ok', with the following exceptions, made all the more obvious looking at the series as a whole ...

    ... why the different exposures?
    .... and white balances?

    Focus and compositions are good though,

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    Re: more Typhoon's

    Is there any reason why in airplane shots like this... Ive seen a few... the clouds have a reddish tint in it? I have the same thing in my pics of the recent airshow. Im assuming those pics that don't have the tint, more PP'ing (or advanced PP) was done?

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    Re: more Typhoon's

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Paul,

    Each shot is 'ok', with the following exceptions, made all the more obvious looking at the series as a whole ...

    ... why the different exposures?
    .... and white balances?

    Focus and compositions are good though,
    theses were the first shots of the day. i was just finding what settings work best in the changing weather

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    Re: more Typhoon's

    Ive seen a few... the clouds have a reddish tint in it?
    I suppose it is the same reason they painted reconnaissance spitfires like this

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    The pink tinge in clouds was recognised and this works far better than white/blue/grey variants. I think the camera settings are just enhancing this.

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