definitely put up more! i LOVE airplane porn!
i'll give some comments:
for #1, it's messy, but i really like it anyway ... the prop in the back offers a nice ironic counterpoint considering we're focused on a turbine-powered craft (but why the 1/4000s and super high iso? it wasn't moving - you could use ISO 100 and probably a shutter of 1/200)
for #2, the bright red leading edge of the building in the background seems to crash through the cockpit, and that bothers me but i'm not sure others would notice - otherwise, it's a fine shot, and the main subject is very well composed
for #3, to my eye it looks like you bumped the contrast, and that's fine, except that the little parade of guys who didn't want to stand in direct sun, and they kind of overbalance the composition since there's no one standing on the other side of our subject
#4 is great! it could be sharper, but i hesitate to say much else since i've never shot an airshow and i have no idea how hard it is to focus on a friggin' jet on a flyby...
good work, and break out the rest!
Awesome input!!!!! Thanks!
The first couple were just on an auto setting and the ISO is what the camera chose for the conditions. I switched to the 200 ISO once the aircraft started flying.
Let me tell you... Taking pictures of moving aircraft is not easy at all. Many of the pics turned out a bit blurry because you need to focus on a moving object and follow it so precicely.
I have a bunch more... Let me tweak them a bit and post them up.
Nikon DX VR 18-200 F3.5-5.6 AF-S lens
Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm 1:1.8 D lens