And for our last trick. . . . this is the third and finale piece @bryanwelsh_ig and I did in collaboration with the @oregonairshow !
It was always a goal of mine to be able to light paint a jet of this scale, and I never expected it to happen so soon! But thanks to the @oregonairshow and @bryanwelsh_ig we were able to make it a reality following the #fireworks display.
Bryan and I were both exhausted after the fireworks concluded, and would have been perfectly content heading home and calling it a night at that point haha. However, our work was just getting started! We repositioned the plane slightly, setup the camera and got to work! The camera was so far away that Bryan and @lisakdillon had to man it with the computer, and I had to communicate with them over radio as I was actually painting the plane. In order to reach the tail and top of the plane, I had to get up on a sky jack and be ferried around the plane as I painted the different parts. All and all we are very pleased with how it turned out! After all, how often do you get to light paint a Gulfstream in the middle of a runway at an active airport? :-) @grandmaison_photos did some awesome behind the scenes video for us so be sure to follow me on facebook as I will be posting that video of this project, soon! Thank you to all who were involved in making this project a success!