Aviation As Seen By Photographers

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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Aviation As Seen By Photographers
more in: ISnAP September 2019 issue.

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Kathie Lam Delights in Dior

Kathie Lam graces the pages of Mojeh Magazine’s latest issue. Lensed by Lara Jade (Atelier Management), she wears a wardrobe of Dior’s summer 2019 collection. Stylist Connie Berg (Atelier Management) selects dreamy tulle dresses, plaid jackets and statement bags. For beauty, John Ruidant works on her curly locks with makeup by Deborah Altizio.

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Kathie Lam Delights in Dior for Mojeh Magazine
more at fashion gone rogue

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La Parisienne.

Photographie Peter Lindbergh, réalisation Babeth Djian
Mannequin: Birgit Kos chez Elite Paris. Birgit porte une veste, un pantalon et un chapeau en tweed, CHANEL.

Coiffure: Odile Gilbert chez L’atelier (68). Maquillage: Tom Pecheux chez Calliste Agency.
Assistante réalisation: Camille-Joséphine Teisseire. Set design: Jean-Hugues de Chatillon. Numérique: Sabine Raillard chez Pardon My French. Retouche: Christian Tochtermann chez Red Line Paris. Production: Margaux Huguet chez 2B Management.

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La Parisienne.
Birgit Kos par Peter Lindbergh
à voir dans Numéro France

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Classic Rock Special: Iron Maiden

Celebrate Iron Maiden’s timeless legacy in this special one-off magazine, which collects the best interviews and features from the pages of Classic Rock and Metal Hammer magazines. We follow the band from their earliest days on the London pub circuit to the triumphs of the 80s right up to the present day, where they stand as the most iconic and enduring metal band on the planet.

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Classic Rock Special: Iron Maiden
via myfavoritemagazines

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Top Down

Photographer Petra Leary has captured international attention with her bold aerial imagery. She talks us through taking awesome photos with your drone while staying out of trouble.

Aerial photography has been around for almost as long as photography itself, but, in recent years, new life has been injected into the genre thanks to the widespread availability of drones. But drones’ ability to capture awe-inspiring aerial images is accompanied by their ability to make a nuisance of themselves.

Petra Leary has forged her way in the genre over the past three years. She has watched her Instagram posts go viral, featured in Metro and The Guardian, and has recently held her second solo exhibition, Zero Gravity, which gives a top-down perspective of basketball courts across the country. Focusing on urban scenes for the most part, Petra’s photography is unavoidably public, so she sits in the perfect position to answer the question of how to take those superhuman shots without causing trouble.

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Top Down
by Petra Leary

more in D-Photo

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An Ode Made to Women

Welcome to the fine and elegant issue of DELICATE Magazine. This publictation is entirely devoted to women, all about women. In their intimacy, in their greatness, revealing their strength, their harmony and all the beauty that emerges from them. This magazine is an ode made to women. The strong woman.

Photography: Kevin Weinert
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Photography: Gigi Samueli
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Photography: Robert Coppa
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Photography: Oscar Bueno
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Photography: Yeoshafat Ben Psik
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An Ode Made to Women

more in Delicate Magazine

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