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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 sun rises […]

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Alaska aviation image of the day; Nov.3, 2017 – Aircraft photography Alaska

Photograph of an MD-11 on the FedEx ramp at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport with the Anchorage skyline appearing in the fog miles away. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto See the image

Aviation image of the day Oct. 31

A Photograph of a Living Treasure-Col. Howard "Mike" Hunt, of Anchorage Alaska is the last surviving WWII pilot to have flown the Memphis Belle. Here Mike is holding a B-17 model of the same aircraft. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto See the image

Alaska aviation image of the day: Oct.21, 2017

Grumman Goose N703 on a high speed water taxi at the Lake Hood Seaplane Base recently. Headed back to the Goose Hangar before ice forms on the lake. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto 2017 See the image

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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Paramotoring aviation image of the day-

Frank Sihler of AKparamotor and Paraglider School demonstrates his backpack paramotor for in flight ground to air photography at Bodenburg Butte, Alaska on a fall afternoon. Photo by Rob Stapleton See the image

Alaska aviation image of the day: Oct. 3, 2017

A Cessna 185 taxis at dusk on Lake Hood Seaplane Base-PALH recently on a windless autumn evening. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto 2017 See the image

Alaska aviation image of the day: Sept. 30, 2017

Pilatus PC-12 over Lake Hood Sea Plane Base during the Alaska Aviation Festival and Fly-bys. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto See the image

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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Alaska aviation image of the day Sept. 25, 2017

A group of Alaskans ready to fly in style in the Alaska Aviation Museum's 1931 Fairchild Pilgrim. Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto See the image