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  • McG
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    This picture will be in a new book called Big Cat Diary, detailing the last year of service of the Jaguar with 6 Squadron RAF. The book is being compiled by Wing Commander John Sullivan - the last OC of 6 Squadron. More details can be found at http://www.jagbook.com

    [photoid=5913308]

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  • Jet-fighters.Net
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    This image has been in use by ATOP "Airline Training Orientation Program" on there website http://www.b737.com and in there print ad in AOPA Flight training magazine.

    [photoid=6070062]

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  • daninho
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    Welcome Air

    This one published in Aero International on side 21

    Last edited by daninho; 2007-09-22, 07:40.

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  • Manc
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    First one in German press



    [photoid=5828408]

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  • Jet-fighters.Net
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    These 2 photos of US Airways Express ERJ-170's taken at DCA Early Sept 2005 were used a book about the ERJ-170 / ERJ-195 series for the Chiniese market by a publisher called Soft Republic


    The cover of the book

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  • AJ
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    Nice one Brian!

    This one made page 38 of the Qantas Annual Report:
    [photoid=6011975]
    http://qantas.republicast.com/ar2007...l=yes&zoom=100

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  • ollieholmes
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    Originally posted by brianw999
    My very first published picture in an international magazine. For that matter, in ANY magazine !!

    October 2007 issue of Aircraft Illustrated. Used to illustrate the news item concerning this Yak 3.

    [photoid=6035130]
    Well done. A well deserved photo publication, shame they did not show the 'fence mounting'.

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  • brianw999
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    My very first published picture in an international magazine. For that matter, in ANY magazine !!

    October 2007 issue of Aircraft Illustrated. Used to illustrate the news item concerning this Yak 3.

    [photoid=6035130]

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  • dave budd
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    I was contacted again by South West airlines for use of one of my pictures for the 2008 calendar!!

    Traded use of it for an open pass on the WN system. Florida here I come!!

    Dave

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  • Manc
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    I don't think I have this pic online, they requested if I had any photos. I do a bit of work for them so they often have requests.

    I think all of the ways you mention work, ie you submit or they see your photo.

    See you in HK

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  • NeilA330
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    Congrats Ian!

    How does something like that work, does one submit the photo to them, or do they find it and ask the photographer?

    Great photo mate

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  • Manc
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    Front Cover of this months Aviation News




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  • Calfo
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  • HelmutS
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    Well, congrats to all who've been published so far.

    I don't have a scanner handy, and most shots aren't even online here, but I had third of a page article and photo in AFM about the Draken Farewell (this airplane, but different shot: http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=5635939).

    I also had a full page bleed picture in the NZ-based HeliTac Magazine Issue #3 ("Shaping the Highest Skills" about Austrian Helicopter Training) with large parts of the 3 page article also being my own, I have two pictures on the official Austrian Air Force Website up for download under my credits, and I've had multiple shots used in international Austrian Army publications (mostly helicopters and air-assault style stuff).

    Recently an author of a Pitts-2 book also contacted me about this shot
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=5661934

    All in all, not bad for two years effort, and more to come.

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  • uy707
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    I used to know very few of them, I met Paul the editor once while he sized the opportunity of flying Balair's last official DC.6 to Nice and back, otherwise ...

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