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Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Accident Number: CEN16LA223
Date & Time: 06/18/2016, 1411 MDT
Registration: N678Z
Aircraft: CIRRUS DESIGN CORP SR22
Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Defining Event: Loss of engine power (partial)
Injuries: 3 Minor
Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General Aviation - Instructional

Written on 05.12.2019 by gretnabear

Great shot! How does a teleconverter work out? I have heard that it is really hard to focus. Is it true? Does it work?

Written on 05.12.2019 by Joan Williams

I had never seen a fish livery before this. I was pretty excited to see one!

Written on 05.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Outstanding photo!

Written on 05.12.2019 by Tom Bright

Beautiful shot! It's difficult to get a good panning shot with a telephoto lens especially with a fairly slow shutter speed. Very well done!

Written on 05.12.2019 by Jim Quinn

Nice Shot!!!

Written on 05.12.2019 by Wendell Harris

Awesome capture!!

Written on 05.12.2019 by Yvon Dionne

C177RG in the frame. Any known location???

Written on 05.12.2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Saw on DL Non Rev site, the DL Museum did buy it and brought it up to flying standards to get it to ATL; and will go into their museum.

Written on 05.12.2019 by Brian Kron

Tom your "oldie" photos make my day on FA! Love to see them! Keep 'em coming! P.S. have you been able to contact "Gman" I can't.

Written on 05.12.2019 by Joan Williams

What kind of aircraft were you in?

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Thanks!

Written on 04.12.2019 by Rick Finch

RWB:


Cool.........something new I have to try.

Written on 04.12.2019 by warmwynds

Hi! Richard can I email you? My email is Sc00by07@icloud.com. I have a lot more questions!

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Nice upgrade to 817!

Written on 04.12.2019 by jim garrity

Was this the day when the other American 767 caught fire on the runway?

Written on 04.12.2019 by FSXBoeing737Pilot

Really nice light on this awesome shot!

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

"panning" I try to keep the view finder centered on the fuselage as it moves left to right therefore if I'm smooth enough the plane will be sharp and all that is behind and turning props will have blur to it.

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

RWB:

So nice effect with that slow shutter speed for the props. With the props nicely blurred and the scenery in the back really blurred how did the moving object not get blurred?

Written on 04.12.2019 by warmwynds

By placing a Tele-converter between camera and lens, photo to says it's a 1.4, so with lens at 500 you multiply that times 1.4 which gives 700mm focal length so 650 is easily done.

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

Joan this was about an hour before sunset. On your camera the mode dial should have P,A,S & M, I used S or shutter priority, this let's me select how long the shutter is open, I went with 1/80 of a second which produces a nice blur on props, if I had left it in A or Aperture priority the cam would have picked a shutter speed that is faster, maybe 1/500 of a second and the prop blades would've​ been more stationary.

You're not annoying me by any means! The best way to learn is to ask questions, practice, read and watch tutorials on the net. If you see other photographers out ask if they'd mind a few questions, most will talk your head off ;)

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

How can you take a 650mm photo with a 200-500mm lense?

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Well, he can't really because only FA can remove photos.

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Beatiful! What time of day is it? Shutter priority 1/80? Sorry if I'm annoying you. I just have a lot of questions.

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

What ISO works bests for bright daytime, sunset, and night shots?

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Okay I got it. I just looked at Youtube!

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Please remove this picture from website

Written on 04.12.2019 by Inigo Montolla

That's a great shot!!

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

Super shot!!

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

Thank you!

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

Hi Joan, I'm an amateur also. I had the cam in Aperture priority, this was at the lowest for the lens (5.6) due to the light diminishing very quickly, the ISO was set to 100 which worked out to 1/250 on the shutter speed. I could have had ISO on auto which would probably have had a higher shutter speed and ISO.

Most of the time I'll go with F8 if it's brighter, if it's a prop plane I go to Shutter priority at 1/80 to try and get a full circle of the prop (works pretty good on 4-bladed props).

The main thing to do is have fun with it, practice different styles of shooting.

Thanks for the compliment on the shot!, Richard

Written on 04.12.2019 by rwb2112

My goodness that is ugly

Written on 04.12.2019 by ian mcdonell

Agree - great shot indeed

Written on 04.12.2019 by ian mcdonell

That is a great looking plane.

Written on 04.12.2019 by Chris Collinsworth

Nice picture, it looks like it just left the paint shop.

Written on 04.12.2019 by dfuller

Date: 03-DEC-19
Time: 13:35:00Z
Regis#: N469RJ
Aircraft Make: BRITISH AEROSPACE
Aircraft Model: BAe-125-800A
Event Type: ACCIDENT
Highest Injury: NONE
Aircraft Missing: No
Damage: SUBSTANTIAL
Activity: ON DEMAND
Flight Phase: LANDING (LDG)
Operation: 135
City: DETROIT
State: MICHIGAN

Written on 04.12.2019 by gretnabear

Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Accident Number: WPR20LA029
Date & Time: 11/12/2019, 2008 MST
Registration: N271HC
Aircraft: Agusta A109
Injuries: 3 None
Flight Conducted Under: Part 135: Air Taxi & Commuter - Non-scheduled - Air Medical (Discretionary)

Written on 04.12.2019 by gretnabear

@Mark; stats vary upon the resources cited
A6M-2 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsubishi_A6M_Zero#Specifications_(A6M2_(Type_0_Model_21))
gives a feather-weight 2796 kg with maxV 331mph

P40-E https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtiss_P-40_Warhawk#Specifications_(P-40E)
gross weight of 3862 kg with maxV 334 mph

The weight/power ratio favors the Zero -- Put the Zero in a climbing turn and it just runs away

Written on 04.12.2019 by a mentor

OH YEAH.

yanks air Museum
https://yanksair.org/collections-2/

15121 Stearman Drive
Chino, CA 91710

Apparently just 3 exist

N4009A, was built by the Naval Aircraft Factory in Philadelphia, PA, on April 1, 1941

Written on 04.12.2019 by a mentor

JOAN:

Thank you for the nice comment. Now how can I get one of those engines for my Toyota?

Written on 04.12.2019 by warmwynds

Great capture Seth!!

Written on 04.12.2019 by Yvon Dionne

Should be a menu function on your camera. I don't know Nikon, I use a Cannon. But setting an ISO should be a standard feature. Maybe read up on your specific camera features ?

Written on 04.12.2019 by Viv Pike

That is a great shot.

Written on 04.12.2019 by dingo65

Okay, but how do you set a ISO?

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Very nice, clean, and clear photo. Great job!

Written on 04.12.2019 by Andre Blanchard

I think that's a pretty damn good pic. Try not to zoom in "too" close, leave a little room for cropping. That way, you'd get all of the rear in, and then you could crop so that the aircraft is perfectly framed. (Same "gap" front and rear, top & bottom).
Nice pic !

Written on 04.12.2019 by Viv Pike

Your ISO is way too high for bright sunlight.
Try ISO at 100 or 200 (for bright sunlight), shutter at 1/640 or there abouts. Set the f/stop to auto.

Written on 04.12.2019 by Viv Pike

Viv:
I was using a Nikon D7000
300 mm
no crop
ISO 2500
1/4000 shutter speed F8
I am posting a NZ 777 can you look at it?

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

Joan:
What lens were you using, and what was the focal length of the shot? Shutter speed and ISO setting?
Did you do much cropping?

Really, not a bad pic at all. Actually quite good.

Written on 04.12.2019 by Viv Pike

How can I do better?

Written on 04.12.2019 by Joan Williams

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