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on Oct 31, 2013 in Aviation

Flying with “Dusty”

“Show up and you’ll fly.” This basics of aviation photography came true again for me this last week. At the Texas Flying Legends Museum working on the documentary when my good friend Rosie came up and asked, “available to fly?” The answer was obvious, “heck ya!” The photo mission though was to be one of the most unique ones I’ve had. My subject was “Dusty” from the Disney animation Planes. Our family are HUGE Planes fans so this was simply the coolest thing to do! “Dusty’s” pilot is Rusty (not makin that up) and is a really great guy. So Rusty, Dusty, Bernie (Cherokee / photo platform pilot) and I briefed the brief sunset flight and took off. It was such a hoot to watch ALL the kids go crazy when “Dusty’s” prop turns and then takes to the skies. So many smiles and waves. The was literally the first (and might be only) time “Dusty” has flown with “Skipper” (the TFLM FG-1D Corsair in this case) in real...

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on Oct 31, 2013 in BT Journal

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Churchill birds, one of the most amazing places on the planet for bird photography. That’s what this issue is all about. The next issue is out and it’s a beaut! Brent did an amazing job bringing all the content alive in stills, video, live captions and more! It’s packed with all sorts of information from bird photography to travel, techniques to solutions. The pg28 videos has a special edition, Sharpening for Content, a vital technique for printing. Subscriptions like anything iPad is purchased through iTunes. Back issues and issues released before the start date of your subscription not...

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on Oct 29, 2013 in Aviation

The Zero Makes it’s Move

Coming in on a bomb run, the TBM Avenger is jumped by a Zero but before it can do damage, the Corsair comes in and makes its fatal shot. Yes, I have a very active imagination and when it comes to telling the visual story, it really helps. Also working with my good friends the Texas Flying Legends Museum who brought history to life before my camera! Shot 11k images yesterday working on a project that was filmed by the Kelby crew. Lots more to come but wanted to share at least one photo to tease to keep checking in. Shot with a D4 (thx and...

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on Oct 25, 2013 in Aviation

Houston, We Do Not have a Problem!

No, this is not a great photo, not even good but it’s one I will always treasure. That’s because behind that TFLM Corsair is Houston Control. Being a kid who remembers where he was when Apollo 11 landed on the moon, having it in the background is darn cool! In TX shooting and having a great time. Home to get more posted....

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