December 2, 2013 – 3G Aviation Media and Stallion 51 Flight Operations are proud to partner for an aviation photography workshop on January 24-26, 2014.
With the mantra of Learn – Plan – Execute – Develop, 3G Aviation Media will be instructing photographers on how best to plan their shoot, emphasizing the importance of communication and pre-planning.
Attendees will photograph multiple sessions, each focusing on a unique aspect of aviation photography. Starting with multi-aircraft layouts, focusing in to the smallest details, and then lighting and posing models, the students will have multiple hands-on learning opportunities.
All sessions are held in Stallion 51’s pristine hangars, or just outside on their private ramp. Finally, attendees will learn how to get the best possible final images utilizing programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom.
Persons interested in attending can visit www.3gaviationmedia.com.
3G Aviation Media is a partnership between Doug Glover, Tony Granata, and Matt Genuardi. Born out of a mutual love of military aircraft and aviation in general, 3G Aviation Media has teamed up to provide instruction involving flightline safety, camera settings, and post-production work. 3G Aviation Media is also available for commercial work, utilizing the latest in still photography and video equipment.
Stallion 51 Corporation is a comprehensive aviation organization offering a wide range of services in historic aircraft including orientation flights in the legendary dual cockpit, dual control P-51 Mustang, historic T-6 Texan, and L-39 Turbojet. Offering check-out, transition and re-currency training, Unusual Attitude Training, FAA Medical certification, aircraft sales and management. Stallion 51 has been a leader in World War II Aviation for over 25 years, focusing on safety and quality.