NDP 2017 rehearsals collection


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A collection of photos taken during the various NDP 2017 rehearsals.

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ahboyboy

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where is the location you take from?
 

chandra369

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Awesome pics. In the pic no. 6, is that a bird on the plane wing???

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Sorry for late reply. Skypark I used gorillapod with a sandwich box to raise the gorillapod height to aim downwards to shoot. Tripods are not allowed. But when I went up, saw a few guys bring up but they never fully extend. Just the shortest section and shoot. I guess the staff din mind.
 

Cabrio

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Nice! May I know the settings for pic 1 and pic 6? Thanks

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I am particularly interested in your settings for the fireworks and jet. Thanks :)
Oic. Fireworks all taken on tripod. Bulb mode exposure times vary from 4-6 secs depending on the bursts, ISO:100 - 125, aperture: f11, fired off using remote. Lens is Tokina 11-16mm with Sony a6000. Did editing in photoshop with some stacking. Jets is subjective. shutterspeed is 1/2000, f8, iso I put on auto with a range of 100 - 800 or sometimes 100 - 1600 if light lousy. But I will change according to light condition.
 

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Cabrio

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Oic. Fireworks all taken on tripod. Bulb mode exposure times vary from 4-6 secs depending on the bursts, ISO:100 - 125, aperture: f11, fired off using remote. Lens is Tokina 11-16mm with Sony a6000. Did editing in photoshop with some stacking. Jets is subjective. shutterspeed is 1/2000, f8, iso I put on auto with a range of 100 - 800 or sometimes 100 - 1600 if light lousy. But I will change according to light condition.
Thanks for the sharing. What len was used to capture the fighter? :)

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Thanks for the sharing. What len was used to capture the fighter? :)

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No problem. I used the Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary with canon 80D
 

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