“Hit or Miss” greets the day captured by Z 7 / 8-15Fish

Working on aviation projects, bringing your photographic talents to bear, is a very rewarding way to share your passions! The perfect scenario is to spend a couple of years with a project from the start until it takes to the skies and have that entire store captured by your camera. This is one heck of a time commitment but it’s one I guarantee you will be well worth it. You would be surprised with that time commitment not only the photographs you have but the return to the project your photos will bring. It’s a win-win for everyone and something you will never forget for the rest of your life.
No, there’s no pay here, and in fact, all the time comes out of your pocket. And there is no guarantee that at the end, the project you’re working on you will get to see the end of it or the plane will ever fly. That’s the nature of the proposition you have to know and accept from the start. And you might think that you just come away with photographs but there will be so much more. The knowledge you’ll gain as well as the contacts with other plane owners and pilots way out way any negatives you might think could come from a project. Being part of a project is a great way to sharpen your skills and be a small slice of history!

Joel Iskowitz eyes his work captured by D5 / 105f1.4AFS

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