Fifth freedom flights are a great opportunity to fly on interesting, different aircraft without having to pay for a longer flight. It can also be a chance to try a new airline on a short route. Oftentimes, fifth freedom flights don’t vary much in price for a given sector, so they can also be a […]
Before taking my flight from Toulouse Blagnac airport the other day, I took the opportunity to visit the newly opened aviation museum. From airliners to prototypes and fighter jets, this museum has a lot to offer. This articles is meant to give a brief overview of what you can see, my take on who it
Night shooting is an exciting sub-genre of aviation photography that has it’s own kind of esthetic and challenges. I don’t often photograph aircraft at night, but I enjoy it very much. Here’s an article looking in depth at technique and gear. Night photography is different from day photography mainly because of the lack of sufficient
After a first article about the gear I use for aviation photography, I thought I’d give you a look into the process behind my image editing. Although in my opinion a good photo will mostly depend on how well the shoot went, editing can often play an important role in either pushing a good image
It’s now been more than 11 years that I’ve been wandering around airports abusing my cameras, getting sunburns and wishing I had a spare battery. No more of that last part now (ehhm)! Today, I’ll talk about how I started, what gear I’ve used, what I use now and what I wish I had! If
A quote has always struck with me regarding airplanes. It’s from Bill Lear who said “If it looks good, it will fly good”. I have never been a big fan of Learjets, but it sure sounds true.
The next level in spotting In early may, as I was in Prague to see the family & friends, Keishi Nukina happened to be back from Japan as well and came to Prague from Slovakia for a day trip. Needless to say, something exceptional had to be planned, so we decided to give the airport
Somewhere in summer 2015, my friend Keishi from KNaviation sent me a link to an artist rendering of an airplane of previously unseen beauty. The second I watched the All Nippon Airways’s R2D2 Boeing 787 pre roll-out rendering, I knew I had to make one myself some day.