Posts Tagged ‘Aircraft

28
Aug
14

Lehigh Valley Air Show

Lehigh Valley International Airport put on this show last year and it was a huge success. They did it again this year and it was equally as good, if not slightly better. It took place last weekend and Sunday was the prettier day. However, I thought Saturday made for a more dynamic photographic opportunity, which is the day I shot.

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10
Jul
14

World War II Weekend – Behind Enemy Lines (post 4 of 4)

Last month, The Reading Airport hosted the 24th annual World War II Weekend. It was presented by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum of Reading, PA. There were all types of WWII aircraft, vehicles, military personnel and reenactments throughout the weekend. There had to be several thousand attendees. This, of course, creates all types of challenges as a photographer. However, I think I was able to do a reasonably decent job of keeping the spectators out of the images. I decided I would break this post into four series [The Aircraft, The Americans (one & two) and Behind Enemy Lines]. Enjoy!

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09
Jul
14

World War II Weekend – The Americans (post 3 of 4)

Last month, The Reading Airport hosted the 24th annual World War II Weekend. It was presented by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum of Reading, PA. There were all types of WWII aircraft, vehicles, military personnel and reenactments throughout the weekend. There had to be several thousand attendees. This, of course, creates all types of challenges as a photographer. However, I think I was able to do a reasonably decent job of keeping the spectators out of the images. I decided I would break this post into four series [The Aircraft, The Americans (one & two) and Behind Enemy Lines]. Enjoy!

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08
Jul
14

World War II Weekend – The Americans (post 2 of 4)

Last month, The Reading Airport hosted the 24th annual World War II Weekend. It was presented by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum of Reading, PA. There were all types of WWII aircraft, vehicles, military personnel and reenactments throughout the weekend. There had to be several thousand attendees. This, of course, creates all types of challenges as a photographer. However, I think I was able to do a reasonably decent job of keeping the spectators out of the images. I decided I would break this post into four series [The Aircraft, The Americans (one & two) and Behind Enemy Lines]. Enjoy!

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07
Jul
14

World War II Weekend – The Aircraft (post 1 of 4)

Last month, The Reading Airport hosted the 24th annual World War II Weekend. It was presented by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum of Reading, PA.  There were all types of WWII aircraft, vehicles, military personnel and reenactments throughout the weekend. There had to be several thousand attendees. This, of course, creates all types of challenges as a photographer. However, I think I was able to do a reasonably decent job of keeping the spectators out of the images. I decided I would break this post into four series [The Aircraft, The Americans (one & two) and Behind Enemy Lines]. Enjoy!

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08
May
13

Golden Age Air Museum

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to lead a Photo Workshop/Expedition to the Golden Age Air Museum in Bethel, PA. The airfield and museum has an amazing collection of old planes and antique cars. The owner and volunteers for the museum went well beyond our expectations, as far as being accommodating and creating a fun filled environment. The Expedition consisted of airborne planes, stationary planes, volunteers dressed in period clothing and professional model, Tamantha Yanders, who had to endure some challenging moments. A special thanks to Dan’s Camera City and Jason Mahoney, a very talented photographer, who initiated and arranged the event. And a BIG thanks to Olympus for sponsoring the expedition.

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