Tag Archives: Aircraft portraits

Look…Colorful Aircraft at TSAIA

Colorful images are seen!- Look for color in aircraft photography when shooting at airports. Whether it’s an old cargo or passenger jet some of the paint schemes (liveries) are getting very creative and colorful. Usually when cruising around the airport on the ramp I look for the tails (vertical stabilizer). Especially those parked in a […]

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Sunset on an Executive Jet

A Walmart Executive jet rolls out of the ramp and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport as the sunsets to the west over the Cook Inlet. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Portrait of a jet with great imagery

Aircraft Portrait and Background Scenery – Alaska is huge; it’s the largest state in the U.S., twice the size of the second largest state of Texas. However, it’s also one of the least populated states, mostly filled with small communities and devoid of high rise buildings. This makes it the perfect photography destination for anyone […]

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Orin Seybert Receives Pilot Awards – Aircraft Photography

Seybert and Penair Story- Orin Seybert was awarded the Master Pilot Award at the Alaska Air Carriers Association in front of dozens of his family members and Alaska aviation industry owners and pilots by the Federal Aviation Administration. Seybert also awarded the AACA Pilot of the Year Award Orin Seybert founded Peninsula Airways in 1955. […]

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Dec. 30, 2017-Alaska aviation sunset image of the day

Hoping that everyone has time to reflect on 2016 and lets it go. Think positive, and have a great new year in 2017. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Portrait of Alaska Aircraft: CAF Airplanes at PAMR

  Aircraft Portraits-Winter The best aircraft photography requires skill, technique and a few helpful tips, some of which we will highlight in this article. While winter may not seem like the ideal time for an environmental portrait, the weather conditions make it perfect for snapping up some cool bird’s eye view shots. The sun doesn’t […]

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Beaver on the Ruth

Photography on snow and glaciers- To make good photographs on or in snow, in the mountains and on glaciers you have to expose for the subject–not the scene. If you have no subject, as in a landscape image, over expose one stop, or 0+…1 in your viewfinder. This is necessary when making portraits in snow […]

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