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The Art Of Aviation Photography

Capturing appealing photographic images is no longer limited to wildlife, nature and the fashion photographers as we know it. The eye of a photographer holds no bar. Aircraft portraits are popular now and Aircraft photography has captured the imaginations of many. Aviation photography is a perfect blend of beautiful machines soaring the skies fused with […]

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Becoming an Aircraft Photographer

Chosen only by handful aviation photography is for the enthusiast. Enjoyable even if you haven’t been to an airport. The opportunities for taking portraits of aircraft depend greatly on where you are located. However, chances are that there is an airport or an aviation museum nearby. Should you decide to give aircraft photography a try, […]

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Few insights for becoming the Best Aircraft Photographer

Even though Aircraft photography is not the most widespread genre of photography, it is largely practiced by aircraft enthusiasts. It can be very enjoyable even if you have never been close to an airport before. The opportunities for taking photos of aircraft will vary greatly depending on where you are located. However, chances are that […]

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6 Tips for Creative Aviation Photography

Tip 1: Get up early If you want to take amazing shots you have to work for it, and getting up early goes with the territory so that you are ready to take your shots by sunrise. Try to find a runway that is lit beautifully and it will be a bonus if the sun […]

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10 Tips to Improve Your Aircraft photography

We see them everyday overhead, and they always make us look up and ponder. Airplanes are a romantic concept because of the faraway places to which they can take us, and because of the amazing feat of flight itself! The fact that airplanes travel so quickly is something we all connect with. From an artistic […]

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Ted Steven Anchorage International Airport Rated Third in the US by J.D. Power Study

Located on a peninsula that juts out into the Upper Cook Inlet, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport was rated the third best airport among “medium” sized airports nationally in the U.S. Called the  2017 North America Airport Satisfaction Study the J.D. Power study rated six main factors: terminal facilities, airport accessibility, security check, baggage claim, […]

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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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Alaska the Most Scenic Places

The Most Scenic Places in Alaska 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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Alaska as some of the best aircraft photography

Looking for the Best Aircraft Photography? Here’s What Makes a Great Airplane Photographer Much like wedding photographers, cityscape photographers and portrait photographers, aircraft photographers are experts in their own right. A professional aviation photographer, for one, has a longstanding experience and unique skill set required to take the amazing images and videos of aircrafts. So, […]

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The Best Photographic Lighting In Alaska

  Overcoming the Lighting Challenge You will fall in love with Alaska lighting, with sunshine bouncing off the water, ice, and lush leaves. Sometimes, however, lighting is quite tricky, especially if you are trying to photograph ice-covered mountainsides or glaciers. As you might already know, glistening snow “tricks” your lens and camera meter. Most meters believe and […]

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