Picture of the Week: AVweb's Flying Photography Showcase
Spooky Oak Tree Strip
East of the Napa Valley. Rans S-7S and an Avid Flyer.
HDR image shot at three exposures on a Nikon D7000.
Picture taken at the YAF Thunder Over Michigan.
Cropped in PaintShop.
350 Feet BSL (Below Sea Level)
Shot over the Dead Sea in Israel. Our cruising altitude was 1,000' AGL, which is lower than most of the world's submarine fleet.
Shot with my Olympus E-300.
Archer on the Ramp
Photo taken at Y47 in New Hudson, Michigan after an afternoon joyriding flight.
Camera: Canon Rebel XT
Photo: Three exposures shot in camera RAW, merged in HDR software Photomatix Pro
Maine & New Hampshire Border, the Piscataqua River
Taken from Gobosh 700 with a Sony MVC-FD95 floppy drive. Picture is unedited.
Waco cabin on final at Moraine Airpark (I73).
Over the Colorado Rockies in a Cardinal
Taken during a flight from Denver to Tucson. Winter 2010.
Yes, That's a Fighter Jet Cloud
Taken while en route from Idaho to Colorado in a Grumman Cheetah.
Photo not manipulated.
Homeward bound along the SoCal coast from Camarillo and the Reagan Library. Newport Harbor on the left, Mexico on the horizon.
iPhone 4s; reduced for sumission.
Shadow Just Before Touchdown
Landing on runway 28 at Albany International Airport (KALB) seconds before wheels touch down. Taken by my girlfriend out the co-pilot window of my Cessna 182J.
"... with Props That Counter-Rotate"
Lockheed P-38L Lightning Ruff Stuff (S/N 44-27231) at AirVenture 2011.
Nikon D90. Cropped for composition.
The Andrew Mynarski Lancaster Bomber
[One of] only two Lancaster Bombers flying in the world. We had the pleasure of FM213 landing in Windsor, Ontario.
Shot at the 2011 Salinas Air Show.
Nikon D40X; cleaned up in Adobe Lightroom.
Harvard at Tillsonburg, Ontario.
Above It All