Vintage Aviation

As a photographer I have my personal loves. I shoot for my clients what they want and shoot for myself vintage ww2 aircraft.

The poor old B24 Liberator has always played second fiddle to the glamorous B17 Flying Fortress, yet for many ww2 pilots their “bird of choice” was the B24. Rugged, flies like a brick, yet able to withstand a beating from flak and enemy gunfire and return home.

Above are four images available to purchase from as little as $25 from our collection of aircraft at http://www.etsy.com/shop/VPCompany

We also have limited edition collector prints on Hahnemulhe paper signed and numbered (max print run is 100). These are availabe from http://www.csfotoimages.com

 

 

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Born in England during the swinging Sixties, a photographer with over 25 years experience including two years as the Chief Archive Photographer for the Royal Naval Fleet Air Arm and many years of editorial, advertising, Commercial, Stock, Websites, Product and Travel/Tourism photography.

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