Volume 34
August 21, 2017

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Career Overview: Aviation Photography

Oshkosh 2007 Day 1 - Aviation Photography

Avjobs Weekly proudly begins its week long video reports from the World's largest annual aviation gathering - EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
For more than 50 years, the event has offered the very best in sport, business and commercial aviation. The first gathering was in September 1953 as a small part of the Milwaukee (Wis.) Air Pageant. That original EAA fly-in at Wright-Curtis (now Timmerman) Field was attended by a handful of airplanes, mostly homebuilt and modified aircraft. Fewer than 150 people registered as visitors.

Today's show features an attendance of 650,000 people coming from 70 nations and some 10,000 aircraft from every state and many other countries. More than 800 commercial exhibitors and hundreds of aircraft are on display as well.There's nothing like it in the world -- It's part air show, part trade show, part educational workshop. Welcome to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh!

Today's Video Feature
Our first video report includes a look into a unique career path: aviation photography. Join us as we talk with Larry Grace, a veteran photographer who offers his insight and suggestions on this exciting profession.

Over the next few days, AvjobsWeekly provides you with streaming video coverage from one of aviation's premier events!"

 


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