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Some years ago, when a director friend of
mine made a documentary about the Red
Arrows, they were still flying Folland
Gnats; the air-to-air footage was
spectacular and could only have been
improved by shooting in 3D so you could
really see how close they were to each
other. For this display over
Southend-on-Sea, the Arrows were always,
at best, a few hundred metres off shore,
so no usable close-ups could be had. This picture is helped by the unintrusive sky and is a
slight crop from my full telephoto frame. I changed the sky in order to emphasise the red
of their colour scheme, which otherwise would have been lost in the gloom of dark
clouds. Nevertheless, my Red Arrows pictures have been popular at shows, and I hope
some young lad, perhaps given one as a Christmas present, grows up to be an RAF pilot
and a member of some future Red Arrows team.
Some years ago, when a director friend of mine made a documentary about the Red
Arrows, they were still flying Folland Gnats; the air-to-air footage was spectacular and
could only have been improved by shooting in 3D so you could really see how close they
were to each other. For this display over Southend-on-Sea, the Arrows were always, at
best, a few hundred metres off shore, so no usable close-ups could be had. This picture is
helped by the unintrusive sky and is a slight crop from my full telephoto frame. I changed
the sky in order to emphasise the red of their colour scheme, which otherwise would
have been lost in the gloom of dark clouds. Nevertheless, my Red Arrows pictures have
been popular at shows, and I hope some young lad, perhaps given one as a Christmas
present, grows up to be an RAF pilot and a member of some future Red Arrows team.
Some years ago, when a director friend of
mine made a documentary about the Red
Arrows, they were still flying Folland Gnats;
the air-to-air footage was spectacular and
could only have been improved by
shooting in 3D so you could really see how
close they were to each other. For this
display over Southend-on-Sea, the Arrows
were always, at best, a few hundred
metres off shore, so no usable close-ups
could be had. This picture is helped by the unintrusive sky and is a slight crop from my
full telephoto frame. I changed the sky in order to emphasise the red of their colour
scheme, which otherwise would have been lost in the gloom of dark clouds. Nevertheless,
my Red Arrows pictures have been popular at shows, and I hope some young lad,
perhaps given one as a Christmas present, grows up to be an RAF pilot and a member of
some future Red Arrows team.

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Some years ago, when a director friend of mine made a documentary about the Red Arrows, they were still flying Folland Gnats; the air-to-air footage was spectacular and could only have been improved by shooting in 3D so you could really see how close they were to each other. For this display over Southend-on-Sea, the Arrows were always, at best, a few hundred metres off shore, so no usable close-ups could be had. This picture is helped by the unintrusive sky and is a slight crop from my full telephoto frame. I changed the sky in order to emphasise the red of their colour scheme, which otherwise would have been lost in the gloom of dark clouds. Nevertheless, my Red Arrows pictures have been popular at shows, and I hope some young lad, perhaps given one as a Christmas present, grows up to be an RAF pilot and a member of some future Red Arrows team.              
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