Aviation Photography for the Average Joe

Wow, it has been quite a while since I last posted anything here.  The holidays have come and gone and it’s a new year! I want to start it off right with a fresh new post, and a freebie!

If you’ve been to this website before, you know how much I enjoy aviation photography, especially air shows and air museums. The other thing you may have gathered from this site is that I don’t have high dollar gear. Most of my equipment is average at best and most of my photography is much slower paced than air shows, so I don’t need a high end sports camera and lens. Over the past ten years of attending air shows, I’ve learned to make what I have work, and that’s what I want to share with you.  If I can do it, so can you!

For the past month, I’ve been working on an e-book called “Aviation Photography for the Average Joe”. The purpose of it is to provide information on aviation photography for all of us average photographers that enjoy things like air shows but have average gear. I’m not trying to pass myself off as a professional or an expert, just another “Average Joe” that has some experience that may be helpful to others.

Here’s the link: Aviation Photography for the Average Joe

When you click on the link you’ll be able to download the pdf file. I hope that this helps and shows you what can be done with modest gear. If you find it useful then please go to my Facebook page and leave a comment, or click the “Like” button. Feel free to share, all I ask is that no changes are made and proper credit given.

Thanks, and until next time – Happy Shooting!