26 Nov Aviation photography with Fuji X-T2

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On the one hand, my career as an architect has led me to focus on travel and architecture photography. Although on the other hand, my great passion was always aviation and being a pilot has allowed me to see things from a different perspective. When I first started in aeronautical photography about eight years ago, I started as usual taking references from others and investigating what is usually called aircraft spotting. I had few resources and I was still carried away by simply “hunting” planes, with profile photos and little more. Over the years, as I got deep into this subject, I began to look for something else, a different point of view so that now, more than a “spotter”, I consider myself as a photographer who simply likes aviation. So that’s why I don’t “spot” any more, I don’t search for aircraft registration or have a huge collection of profile pictures, I just love to spend hours with friends looking at planes and photographing them from every possible angle, trying to find different and more photogenic compositions….

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