Aviation As Seen By Photographers

International Society for Aviation Photography
ISnAP November 2017

Andy Lay
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Rod Cromer
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Bryan Stevens
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Andy Lay
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Jeff Berlin
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The International Society for Aviation Photography brings together people who share a love of aviation and look to preserve its history through their images. Through this organization, members seek to enhance artistic quality, advance technical knowledge, and improve safety for all areas of aviation photography while fostering professionalism, high ethical standards, and camaraderie.

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Deepika Padukone sizzles on Filmfare’s latest cover

Deepika Padukone sizzles on Filmfare’s latest cover

It’s always a good time at Filmfare when the reigning queen of the Hindi film industry graces our cover. She’s been on some of Filmfare’s best covers to date – holding trophies, getting de-glamed, with co-stars to just being simple and sweet. This time around we wanted to celebrate the rise and rise of the actress with a special cover. And a special cover requires a special location. The beauty flew with us all the way to the picturesque Sri Lanka to weave some visual magic.

And boy! Don’t get us started on the pictures. Photographer Errikos Andreau made the most of the vast beaches and mesmerising sunsets. Stylist Shaleena Nathani made sure the apparels matched DP’s persona and the beach vibe of our location of choice. Hair and make-up artist Sandhya Shekhar worked wonders on the actress’ tresses and dainty feature with her brushes. And of course, Cape Weligma played the perfect host to us all.

Even more scintillating than her pictures is the interview. She’s let her heart out like never before. From her journey, Ranveer Singh, Padmavati, Hollywood to her future plans… the superstar spoke about it all.

Deepika Padukone by Photographer Errikos Andreau
for Filmfare Magazine, December 2017
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Bessarion Chakhvadze Portfolio

Bessarion Chakhvadze Portfolio

красное дерево
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пастуший домик
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Aurelia
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таинственная бабочка
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Девушка у фонтана
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Bessarion Chakhvadze Portfolio
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The American West by Troyce Hoffman

Our public lands are one of this countries greatest treasures; millions of acres of forests, rivers, deserts, and parks. The majority of this acreage lies in the American West where they have become deeply intertwined with the local population, they are our tie to the wildness of our past, they humble, and teach us to have respect for the natural world. Once again their fate is on rocky ground and to lose them would be to lose a large part of our national identity.

All images were taken on the public lands of the west with a toy Holga camera.

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The American West by Troyce Hoffman
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Finalists from The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Conservation through Competition

Andrea Zampatti Photography
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Aster Leung Photography
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Arkaprava Ghosh Photography
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Miguel Illana Photography
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Linda Oliver Photography
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Finalists from The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
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Emilia Clarke | Life after Game of Thrones

Emilia Clarke in Bloom
The ‘Game of Thrones’ star stuns as BAZAAR’s December/January covergirl.
By Kaleem Aftab; Photographs By: Mariano Vivanco; Fashion Editor: Julia Von Boehm

“It’s this epic story: My grandmother was colonial Indian, and it was a big old family secret because her mum had an affair with someone in India,” says the English rose Emilia Clarke. “She would wear makeup to make her skin look white.” Granny passed away when Clarke was 16, and the teenager took off for India with her boyfriend to scatter the ashes. “She loved India more than she loved England,” Clarke says. “Fuck, yeah. I love that part of me—I’m like one-eighth Indian.”

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Emilia Clarke | Life after Game of Thrones
via Harper’s Bazaar

Photo series by Xu Bo: The Gaze of Kun and Peng into the Distance

The difficulties in practice of aerial photography — either with helicopters originally or with unmanned aerial vehicles which appear to be popular lately — are probably beyond the experience of photographers who have never been exposed to this field. Moreover, the shots in The Gaze of Kun and Peng into the Distance are all taken in no man’s lands of Tibet, which indicates that the difficulties are particularly beyond imagination.

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Photo series by Xu Bo: The Gaze of Kun and Peng into the Distance
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