old school: EOS-5 + 24-105/4L on Ilford XP2 super IS0400 Black & White film with Lightroom post processing.
Love the legs shot, very well done.
Also good to see the Bristol Fighter getting a viewing. I presume this was part of the Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden.
After a disasterous start when they tried to use the rear gunner as the main armament the Bristol went on to become one of the most successful aircraft of World War One, a forward firing fighter like the other scouts but one which could protect its tail. Stayed in service after the war longer than any other aircraft.
I think this is the only airworthy one left, although much of a disassembled one was recent found in a barn, and the last I heard a consortium were boing to rebuild it to flying standard.
I know a little about these because when I was a young lad we had a family friend who flew as the rear gunner in one during the war in 1918 having lied about his age in order to join up.