Eye in the sky


‘Air-to-air photography usually means that two or more aircraft will be very close together in the air. This means that, without pilots who are experienced in this environment, things could quite quickly go wrong, with catastrophic results…’ – Jon Davison

New Zealand photographer Jon Davison describes himself as an illustrative location shooter, specialising in air-to-air portraits. Since 2015 he and his wife Jude have based themselves in Cordes-sur-Ciel, in the south of France.
‘To me, aircraft are the most beautful machines that man has created, couple this with the environment in which they operate, and the combinaton makes air-to-air photography one of the most spellbinding and rewarding work places’.
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Eye in the sky
by Jon Davison

more in f11 Magazine – Issue 63

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