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Move Close and Say Aaah

October 26, 2021 - My previous article was about photographing mosquito control helicopters in Florida. My current efforts have me crisscro...
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Shoot Small to Make Big

September 05, 2021 - I recently spent a week driving across much of the state of Florida in order to fly with a passel of governmental mosqui...
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Catching the Wandering Eye

September 09, 2020 - In many of my articles I mention, often in passing, how the first job for a photograph is catching the eye of a reader....
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Capturing A Bumblebee

August 05, 2020 - My recent article A Lot In A Little presented the wide range of images I captured during a single air-to-air mission. In...
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Framed

July 14, 2020 - I am, as I write this, deep into producing a photo essay for a trade magazine about firefighting helicopters in Arizona.
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A Lot In A Little

June 24, 2020 - When you are "burning dinosaur bones," as Chris Cornell put it, efficiency is important. The direct operating costs of a...
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Picturing History

June 10, 2020 - In my years as an aerospace photographer, and as the son of a USAF fighter pilot and as just a plain ol' guy who likes a...
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Looking at Bones

May 18, 2020 - Over the past 15 years, I have spent many days with the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group on Davis-Mont...
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Fascinating Faces

May 01, 2020 - I am producing a series of books, with a very limited distribution, on aerospace photography. They are heavy on example...
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Them Looking at You Looking at Them

September 07, 2018 - In a recent posting the topic was people working. Caught in the act of doing their jobs, and how photography captures th...
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