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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Photographing Air Shows.

Going to an air show? Learn how to get great air show photos! We all love air shows and nobody can resist shooting. With so many air show photographers, how do you get photos that are unique and interesting?
This picture is not from the airshow..AirAsia 
Start off by photographing close-up shots of the airplanes. Although the above photo are so common and boring, it’s important to have a few in your collection. Photographing these types of photos is easy, just zoom in and shoot. Leave some room around the airplane so that you can crop the photo afterwards.Photo snap from my Lumix LX3.
Fireflys Airline in Kuching.
If you are using a DSLR, make sure that your focus is set to one of the AI or automatic modes so that it tracks the airplanes and keep it in focus. You also want to ensure that your aperture is small enough to capture all the details.For point and shoot, compact, or other types of digital cameras with a small sensor, you can get away with using a larger aperture. The smaller your sensor, the more depth of field you will get. This means that you won’t have to worry about the airplane not being in focus.
KLIA.
Finally, don’t forget to enjoy the show. In events such as an air show, many photographers are so focused at photographing the airshow that they forget to enjoy the show for themselves. Once you’ve got your photo, look away from your camera and watch the show.
Malaysia Celebrates 100 YEARS of Aviation:
http://www.mavfest.com/
Since GP Fuller's first introduction of flight with the landing in Kuala Lumpur in 1911, Malaysia has come a long way in the aviation industry. This year, MALAYSIA CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF AVIATION. To pave the way for this celebration, the Department of Civil Aviation along with the industry's finest would like to announce MALAYSIA AIR FESTIVAL 2011.
Expected at this first ever show of its kind are a variety of aircraft from local and regional players. Experienced aerobatics pilots including some of the world's best residing in Malaysia are expected to make the event interesting and superbly exciting. To add flavour to the event, 100 classic cars related closely to the aviation industry will be involved together with the aviators in this event.
The event is scheduled to be held from the 26th to 27th of November 2011 which will be launched by the Honorable Prime Minister of Malaysia on the 17th of October 2011.
This event will also see new life brought into Subang International Airport as it will be an annual affair starting this year. It will be a great time for the whole family to take part during this event and be amongst the passionate aviators and enthusiasts of exciting sports.
To Malaysians ……………… WELCOME TO THE OSHKOSH OF SOUTH EAST ASIA
and to Aviators ………………... Let's show the world, MALAYSIA HAS WINGS !
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU!
For more Info just log on to this website : MALAYSIA AIR FESTIVAL

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