Just like Manchester there are many spotters/photographers but few have stood out amongst the many and their names are well known on A.Net for their keen sense of photography. LAX
is growing in photographers but very few (new and old) still stands out to this day even with out of this world uploads from newer photographers; the things that make them distinguish is their sense of style, imagination, creativity, and scrutiny of their works. I am not one of them and I won’t name them or put them on the stand because their works pretty much says it all. Of course everyone’s mother can upload the same Delta B757 or United A320 with different registration over and over and they have the right to but it is the these few local pros and visiting pros that makes the difference. If you want to level out the playing field excludes those that have access to and with-in LAX
and these are the ones I am talking about.
As much as I like to say there are overshot of LAX
, there are more overshot of other major airports. Looking at the positive side, I think it is better to gain more spotters and aviation photographers at LAX
in these times where Aviation Enthusiast like us are dealing with more pressure, hassle, limitation, and paranoia from law enforcement after 9/11. The more photographers LAX
have the more we can send them a message that “Aviation Photography Is Not A Crime!!!”.
Yea… agree Stephen LAX
is overshot but hey at least you and I know the kind of photos we like to click on and see, but others will like wise say differently and with difference of opinion. The important is that and for me at least, I go out to spot for fun and enjoy hanging out with the spotters I know and have a great day.
Cheers - Jay