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 Post subject: Abbotsford Airshow
PostPosted: Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:35 pm 
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My first Airshow with my DSLR after years of shooting with my super zoom point and shoot. Learned a ton of course, messed up a ton of great shots but I learned a lot from each shot. Especially after I had a good look on the computer later on.

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Nice set, #2 is unique capturing 3 different aircraft types in one frame, maybe try a faster speed which may get a sharper shot, panning into the sky is always difficult.

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I agree. All my pics seem a little soft. Faster shutter speed for sure. Also I have found in post production (I only have the Canon software) my pictures seem to look better if I crank the sharpness levels. Is there someway to do this with a DSLR on the camera itself?

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