Two months in a row in Popular Photography!
After seeing my work, another department of the international magazine Popular Photography decided to run a full page with an image of me in Freefall along with an interview. How cool is that? I kinda like it! LOL I know, I know, I am being a bit self absorbed but I must admit it is exciting to be acknowledged even after so many years :)
The magazine editors asked if they could have a fresh unpublished image of me therefore we had to go shoot one. I asked my friend and fellow photographer Brian Festi to please take the picture and off we went up to altitude. Why am I telling you this story? Because it is so strange to be in front of the camera posing, I could not help but think as a photographer what the best angle would be and where to be for him, I am sure I was not the best subject for him as I was thinking for both of us LOL, it was comical! I do soooo much better when I just shoot :)
When you read the interview, please keep in mind that I my answers were formatted for non skydivers to understand and relate to.
Anyway, it was loads of fun to have this opportunity and to then see it in the pages of the magazine.
Feel free to view the published interview from Popular Photography
Keywords: Freefall, cameraman, helmetcam, parachuting, photographer, skydiving
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