100 Shots - Day 1 Bray Air Display - Updated
Yesterday, I posted some tips for shooting the Bray Air Display based on my experience from the 2010 Display and the 2013 Dublin Flighfest. So how did I get on? Well, my 100 best shots from the day are posted below, culled from 1,410 taken! This eats a lot of time . . . especially when you add cropping, 100% zoom check for focus, and processing. Thank goodness for Lightroom’s ability to copy and paste edits!
And what did I learn?
That’s it – time to get ready for today’s show! And if you have read this far, you will see I lied – it’s actually 101 shots. After culling out 1,309 shots I thought I was due a break!
27 July - I updated this post with the names of and links to the flying teams.
Defences Forces Black Knights parachute team.
Fougas of the Patrouille Tranchant team from Brittany
Air Corps Pilatus PC-9M trainers.
Air Corps Cessana surveillance planes.
Trig Aerobatic team flying Pitts Specials
Team Raven flying home built RV4 & RV8.
De Havilland DH84 Dragon "Iolar" - Aer Lingus's first airliner in 1936 - flown by the Irish Historic Flight Foundation.
Irish Coastguard Sikorsky S-92 Rescue helicopter with RNLI lifeboat.
Spitfire and Seafire (carrier version).
Frecce Tricolori - Italian Airforce aerobatic team.
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Fantastic shots. I just had s thought! There's more technology in your camera than some of those planes. Hope to catch up soon. John.
Thanks for Sharing your fabulous photos John
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