So I have determined that like most types of photography, Aviation photography is very hard to get away from just taking another batch of shots that everyone else takes. There are only so many places to be to take your shots, but how you take them and how you use them has to be the easiest way to set apart your work from others

19 Oct 2014 admin In G+ Posts Tags: ,

I have seen some great shots from the recent Fleet Week. Some are one of a kind, extremely hard to get shots, some are extremely lucky (PS: that's not a bad thing that is photography) but what is next?

1 million people with phones and cameras all shooting at the same things.

How do you set yourself apart?

#blueangels #fleetweek2014


Comments: 11

  1. Steve Boyko 19 Oct 2014 Reply

    One way is by processing… skillful edits > iPhones with software filters.

  2. Brent Burzycki 19 Oct 2014 Reply

    +Steve Boyko I would have to say that skillful edits and an iPhone and filters is two very different things.. 🙂

  3. Daniel Kuciel 19 Oct 2014 Reply

    Being different in this work, usually means staying away from the crowd.

  4. Brent Burzycki 19 Oct 2014 Reply

    That is sometimes very difficult…

  5. Daniel Kuciel 19 Oct 2014 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki true… we all do what we can. How else to get lucky.

  6. Vee Ess 19 Oct 2014 Reply

    It really fascinates more too!

  7. Nick John 19 Oct 2014 Reply


  8. That is an awesome shot

  9. Nick Anderson 24 Oct 2014 Reply

    You create great tension by putting them so close to the edge of the frame. A great shot.

  10. Brent Burzycki 25 Oct 2014 Reply

    +Nick Anderson thanks – trying for some different shots lately.. something you just do not see ….. usually…

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