Archive for the ‘Air to Air Photography’ Category

“Sally B“ – A Flying Monument

The prototype of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress took off for the first time in 1935, deliveries to the US Air Force (at that time called US Army Air Corps) began in October 1939. Till the end of production 1945 overall 12.731 B-17 have been built in different versions, marking as well the start of […]

Dietmar and the Dove

Air to air photography and article by Dietmar Schreiber During the Second World War, De Havilland was primarily known for the production of over 7700 Mosquitos. In 1943 De Havilland started to develop a successor for the DH89 Dragon Rapide, of which it had produced nearly 800 examples from 1932. The DH104 Dove had its first […]

The 2015 New York Air Show – The First of Many

Newburgh New York’s Stewart International Airport was the venue of the inaugural New York Air Show. Presented just 71 days after the Coney Island air show was cancelled, this event drew tens of thousands of spectators over a sun-drenched weekend. A series of high-profile events, including a Statue of Liberty flyover by Air Force F-22 […]

The Baltic Bees

The photography of Dietmar Schreiber. With 42,000 spectators around Lake Wolfgang and 286 take-offs and landings on the lake, the Scaleria Air Challenge 2015 was the biggest floatplane event to ever happen in Austria. Organized and sponsored by the Scalar Event Resort in St. Wolfgang – upper Austria, the Scalaria celebrated its tenth anniversary in […]