Take a Scenic Aviation Journey in ‘Man’s Best Friend” in the June Airplanista Magazine

Aerial photographer Jim Wark presents his collection of gorgeous images of his beloved Husky A-1 airplane, shot in numerous scenic locations from Alaska, Baja, Canada and the Caribbean. Shot on Velvia slide film, these images really pop!
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June 2, 2011 - PRLog -- The June, 2011 issue of Airplanista Magazine features a photo spread by Colorado aerial photographer Jim Wark, presenting a series of images he shot of his beloved Husky A-1 airplane at numerous scenic locations from Alaska to the Caribbean. The piece, along with the story of how and why Wark shot the photographs, is entitled “Man’s Best Friend.”
   "Each month, our magazine presents the work of an aviation photographer that our readers may be meeting for the first time” said Airplanista Editor/Publisher Dan Pimentel. “I had not heard of Jim Wark before he contacted me. When I saw this collection of images he shot of his Husky on the beach in Baja, or alongside a lake in British Columbia or Alaska, I knew we had to get him in the June issue.”
   Wark shot the images on Velvia slide film before scanning to digital format. This choice of film produced perfectly-exposed images loaded with rich, colorful saturation, containing backgrounds that are some of the most scenic locations to land an airplane in North and Central America.
   Airplanista Magazine is an all-digital new media magazine published on the first of each month, online at http://airplanista.com. Each new online issue is offered using a state-of-the-art digital publishing platform that includes Mobile 3.0, allowing iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry users to read the magazine without downloading an app.
   With a tagline of “Sometimes serious, sometimes humorous, always unpredictable.”, the magazine presents aviation stories, aviation commentary, and stunning aviation photography each month to a target audience that is a combination of general aviation pilots, aircraft owners, professional pilots and those in aviation business and industry. Cost to view the digital-only aviation magazine is just $.86 cents per month with a one-year subscription of $9.95 required. For more information: Contact Airplanista Magazine Editor/Publisher Dan Pimentel via email at editor@airplanista.com or through the magazine website.

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Airplanista Magazine is an online monthly aviation magazine with features, commentary, and stunning aviation photography. Published for pilots and the general aviation community. Sometimes serious. Sometimes humorous. Always unpredictable.
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