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Warbirds Review

Warbirds in Review

Warbirdsnews has got a great program going on for everyone this week. The Warbirds in Review brought to you by EAA Warbirds of America and Flying OnDemand are live streaming on the Warbirdsnews home page. Each day features different historic planes with some amazing stories behind each one. There is schedule of events posted on […]

July 21st, 2015 | Comments Off on Warbirds in Review

The Hard Lessons

Sometimes you have to learn things the hard way in order for them to stick. It’s part of being human that no one can escape. Eventually we all end up learning something through that same process. What’s important is that we learn not to do it again. Being a photographer every second counts. We don’t […]

July 20th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Hard Lessons

I Love My Job!

Well the tittle pretty well sums it all up! Yesterday morning I was drinking my coffee working on the computer and I got a call from a pilot friend here in town and he asked if I wanted to come out and watch a F-86E Sabre do a test flight for the first time in […]

July 17th, 2015 | Comments Off on I Love My Job!
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For Those of You Going to Oshkosh!

The great thing about the Aviation community is that it is a small community in the respect that everyone seems to know everybody. As a result of this everyone wants to know whats going on right now. Well EAA Airventure, Oshkosh is starting next week and the Texas Flying Legends Museum is heading back with […]

July 16th, 2015 | Comments Off on For Those of You Going to Oshkosh!

The Big Day Has Arrived!

That’s right it is the big day with the tiniest of images. Believe it or not I did think this through. While I was out shooting over the weekend we had some AMAZING clouds in pretty much every direction. Since the clouds filled the sky, the landscape photographer knew that the only way to capture […]

July 15th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Big Day Has Arrived!

How Much Foreground is Needed With a Landscape?

Every photographer has heard of the rule of thirds. It’s one of the first things that we are taught in photography in order to achieve a good photograph. You need a foreground, middle ground and back ground, roughly 1/3 of the photograph is taken up by each of these. As we progress with our own […]

July 14th, 2015 | Comments Off on How Much Foreground is Needed With a Landscape?

A Couple of Hours is all takes

When I first started in photography it was because I enjoyed exploring. To this day I still enjoy exploring and most of the time you don’t have to go to far away or be out for a long time. Thankfully we had a great storm come through over the weekend, because we need the water, […]

July 13th, 2015 | Comments Off on A Couple of Hours is all takes

In Honor of the Battle of Britain

Today marks a very important day in aviation history and world history for that matter. Today marks the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of Britain. This famous attack made by the German Luftwaffe started on July 10th 1940 and went all the way to October 31st 1940. The goal of the Luftwaffe […]

July 10th, 2015 | Comments Off on In Honor of the Battle of Britain
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What To Do When Your Stuck With a Mental Block?

This is something that we all face and I hate it! Getting past that mental block can be not only challenging but also painful. For me it’s not so much figuring out what to do but just starting. It’s almost as if there is a force keeping the brain from getting going. How do you […]

July 9th, 2015 | Comments Off on What To Do When Your Stuck With a Mental Block?

ACR Panos Keep Getting Better

A long time ago I was on a family trip in Alaska and we were camping outside of Homer. It was a lazy day with intermittent storms rolling through. Since we were next to a bay with some great clouds overhead, my brother asked my Dad if he could teach him to make a Pano. […]

July 8th, 2015 | Comments Off on ACR Panos Keep Getting Better