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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Photography Magazine

Chiiz is first of its kind publication devoted to descriptive Photography. Drawing on the requirements of a photo enthusiast, Chiiz features photographers and their unique and incisive stories from across the globe.

The World’s Best Photo Contests
20 new photography contests every month; judged by world-renowned professional photographers, and sponsored by top brands. Share your best pictures online. Inspire others and be inspired.

Vision
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more at chiiz

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Aircrafts

We’ve seen great shots of aircrafts taken at airshows, travel and local airports. For this PRO members only photo contest we invited you to share your best shots of aircrafts…

Congratulations Grand Jury Winner “Faster and faster ” by MBphotographybiz
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Congratulations People’s Choice “P-38 Lightning ” by dynastesgranti
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Congratulations Amateur Winner “2016 Airshow VI ” by xavierw
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Congratulations Runner Up “Flight ” by Jannnetc
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Congratulations Runner Up “Smoke ” by Roberobe
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Aircrafts

more at viewbug

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Skies announces 2018 Photo Contest winners

At Skies Magazine, aviation is our passion. That’s why our team is so excited to announce the winners of the 2018 Skies Photo Contest!
The Grand Prize in the magazine’s fifth annual photo contest goes to photographer Stuart Sanders, who lives on B.C.’s beautiful Vancouver Island.

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Skies announces 2018 Photo Contest winners
more at Skies Magazine

Aviation Photography

The ISnAP is a periodic publication of the International Society for Aviation Photography and is used to communicate news, functions, convention information, and other information of interest on the local, regional, and national scenes. The views and opinions expressed in this magazine are those of the authors and should not be construed as the views or opinions of the International Society For Aviation Photography.

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Aviation Photography
more at issuu

Royal Air Force Photographic Competition

Judging for the 2018 Royal Air Force Photographic Competition recently took place at the Royal Air Force Museum London. Over 1,000 photos and 25 videos were entered across the competition’s 13 categories, with the best 9 images being whittled down by 3 industry professional judges, before going head-to-head online to win the ‘Peoples’ Choice’ category.

Remembrance
Cpl Tim Laurence, Photo ACSSU RAF Halton
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RAF Centenary
Cpl Tim Laurence, Photo ACSSU RAF Halton
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Perfection
Sgt Paul Oldfield, RAF Cosford
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Parallels
SAC Hannah Smoker, RAFAT RAF Scampton
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Selfie
Cpl Tim Laurence, Photo ACSSU RAF Halton
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Smoke In The Sun
Mr Mark Thompson, The Amateur Military Category
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Royal Air Force Photographic Competition
more at RAF

Air-to-Air Photography

In this special issue of ISnAP, we share with you air-to-air photography by our members. Our last issue on A2A photography was over three years ago and since that time our members have learned and capture air to air images through assignments, an invitation from pilots, attending workshops and learning from each other to capture the images you will view in this issue.

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Air-to-Air Photography
more at Issuu