… and the sun has set. The Bournemouth Air Festival, the Red Arrows (and the huge associated NOTAMs) have all been done for another year. These images are from the Southbourne end of Bournemouth beach.
This is looking towards the Isle of Wight, with Hengistbury Head and Christchurch harbour beyond, to the left. The sky was delicately lit on this side.
What drone are you using? Did you use the ‘in drone’ pano stitching?
It’s weird how deformed it is. I’ve take a few panos, including full sphere ones with my mini 3 pro and haven’t gotten this kind of distortion. It has an occasional glitch where it doesn’t line up perfectly at the joins, but otherwise generally looks pretty good.
Great shots of after the show and can’t believe just hours earlier there there were many hundreds of thousands of people on the beaches . The air show was fabulous and there are now available some great red arrow shots from inside their planes which make up for us quite rightly not being able to use our drones.
totally agree @Kpjunk
It was amazing how quickly the crowds just melted away.
And as soon as the flight restrictions lifted, I counted at least 4 other drones in the same beach area. Some flown rather more considerately than others, too.