This year’s fly-in at Kingsbury was as awesome as ever, even though the aircraft attendance was depleted due to a water-sodden runway after all the rains we had in the area. Re-enactors and classic cars made up for it, and the icing on the cake…

A torrential thunderstorm just means that it was a good idea to purchase weather-sealed camera gear; right? Lots of good shots to be had in the rain 🙂   Luckily, the storm cleared off and they were able to get a flying air show in,…

I finally got to editing some of the drone photos I took in the UK earlier this year. They are from Sudbury, Suffolk, and Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire.   Sudbury has some interesting pillbox structures from WW2 in the water meadows; it was the…

I finally made it back to Oshkosh, five years after my last visit 🙂 It was great to reconnect with friends that I hadn’t seen in a while, and of course the number and variety of aircraft was as astonishing as ever.   Go here…

Back in March, I had the great pleasure of attending the International Society of Aviation Photography’s 2018 Symposium in Tucson, Arizona. These events are always excellent. It is great to be able to catch up with friends there, and make new ones.   We had…

The Sport Air Racing League’s 2018 season began in Florida, but the action moved to Taylor TX this last weekend. So I photographed it. The gallery is over here: http://futurshox.net/pix/2018-sarl-bob-axsom-memorial-race/ Just after the race, Jaden who owns the Eagle 150 in the picture here gave me…

I earned my Part 107 certification, so now I’m a Remote Pilot! This means I can fly in any Class G airspace, and receive compensation for any photos that I take. So look out for more drone photos on this site; they’ll be appearing as…

Look under the ‘Digital Art’ area, and you’ll find a whole load of images that I’ve created over the last couple of years. There’s vintage photos and bold, bright abstract art.   http://futurshox.net/pix/photos-digital-art/