I think that some of you guys are being a little hard on BA. C'mon, give the guy a break, he is new to this and if I were in his position, I would be asking for as much info and or opinions as I could get.
In essence that is why this forum exists, to ask and gather information about two of our passions photography and aviation. Lets not lose what one day may be a very good photographer.
In my opinion, as I said earlier this is certainly a dramatic shot, but whether it will be added...well there is a chance, but due to the softness of the shot, I would not hold my breath.
I believe that you are using a Pentax system. I am not certain about their AF lineup, but my very first 35mm camera was a Pentax K-1000, waaaaaaay back in the 70s, this was (and still is in my opinion) the best camera to learn the basics of photogrphy from, no AF, no auto anything I think many of the younger photogs today would do well to start from a camera such as this or the Nikon FM2 (I can't believed that I just promoted a Nikon product, a die hard Canon user). What lens did you use to shoot this plane ? a 70-200 (or something in that neighborhood) 5.6 zoom-tele ? I am very skeptical of these variable apature medium to long zooms, frankly they are not the sharpest lenses out there. I suggest when you progress with your photography (aviation or whatever) and have a little extra cash look in to buying a fixed apature (70-200 2.8) zoom-tele ( I am not certain whether Pentax has such a lens, but the 3rd party makers such as Tokina, Tamrom, Sigma do for the Pentax AF mount) or better a fixed focal lens, say a 300mm f4, these are tack sharp optics, I guarentee that once you start shooting with better optics will never look look at those cheap tele-zooms the same way again.
Also start shooting slide film asap, once you nail slide photography, although slides are a very unforgiving film, but once you master this medium, your acceptance rate will certainly increase.
Good luck and don't give up on this forum.
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