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Photography: Museum of Aviation Auction-Raffle

July 15, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The Museum of Aviation Foundation, in Warner Robins, Georgia hosts their Annual Auction and Raffle to benefit the funding efforts for the Museum of Aviation. David Collins covers the event with Photography and this year added videography. Videos coming soon.
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Aviation Artwork and The Future

June 28, 2018  •  1 Comment
When I started my new career of full time artist this past January, one major goal was to do more art and illustration work. Although I am not anywhere near my output and financial goals, I am thankful to be blessed with some truly great opportunities so far. Lately of note, I’ve been very fortunate to work with Gerald Oliver of the Historic Aircra...
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2030 Return To Europa Artwork

June 03, 2018  •  1 Comment
When Arthur C. Clark and Stanley Kubrick released 2001: A Space Odyssey (ASO), a true bedrock of science fiction cinema was created. Released in April of 1968 - a full 8 months before NASA's Apollo 8 orbited the moon, 2001: ASO was truly a leap in film making. Up until then, science fiction cinema was not taken very seriously and not much effort -...
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So It Finally happened - Fair Use -vs- Professionalism

May 15, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
It's been said that an artist can determine that a certain amount of success has been reached when his/her artwork is stolen or used without permission. Recently, I was watching Youtube while I was working and a channel I like, Top5s, released a video about UFO footage taken from fighters and then some back story about how there's been a long histo...
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Hayneville 2018 Jamfest

May 10, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Y'know,.... I believe in trial by fire. What better way to test a new system than to use it in a professional setting. I recently had the need to get a better DSLR camera but I also needed a system capable of 4K video. My budget necessitated this so I decided on the Nikon D500. With the d500, I know have a superior photo camera than my d7000, and n...
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