Framing is spot onBlue Angels did a fly over of the Houston area today to show support for frontline workers. I've never shot a photo of a plane in flight before, let alone one that moves as fast as these guys do.
I took exactly on picture since I forgot to set my camera to burst mode.
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Thanks, I'm simply happy I could use my Great Grandpa's camera. It is a well engineered camera. From the googling I did, the camera was near the top of the line. They later released some with a sharper lens and a few more shutterspeed options. This would be considered the pro camera, and Kodak made a family camera that "only" took 120 film (still big compared to our normal 35mm). Back then they did a lot of contact copying, where the film was laid right onto the photo-paper and exposed. No enlarging lenses needed. This would make a big size difference for the prints that one got back from the Kodak or the local photo developer.That is one extraordinary piece of equipment. Not many people would know how to operate one, let alone develop the film!!
That looks like from a movie, I cn almost picture 007 running away across the rooftops with guns blazing!!