In today's mainstream international vintage- and warbirds aviation magazines, lesser known -but sometimes unique- 'oldtimers' are seldom highlighted in their cover and/or high-exposure articles.
In contrast to the Spitfire- and Mustang-class 'super'-warbirds, these flying - and often forgotten- 'treasures' all represents important moments or unique technical characteristics and achievments in the (r)evolution of mankind's desire to 'fly like an eagle'.
For several years now, we specialise in bringing these wonderfull 'flying machines' into the open, by highlighting their revolutionary technical characteristics and their justified place in the 'aviation hall of fame'.
More importantly we focuss on the often titanic and lengthy restoration work, done by their craftman-like owners.
To illustrate these articles and to be almost certain of multiple publication in aviation magazines, we need to make inflight 'air-to-air' pictures, photographing the oldtimer-aircraft in its natural vintage-like surroundings and habitat..
These pictures, taken with high-quality digital cameras, will be made available free for use by you immediately after sending the photo-article to the various magazines.
After completion, the article will be sent to (inter)national general- and vintage-aviation magazines for publication.
Priority will be given to magazines selected by you to enable a more efficient geo-targeted exposure of your aircraft.