45th blog

Had a great day today, got some wonderful news and I was also able to see an old friend of mine, as she flew into DFW as she had a 3 hour layover on her trip from her home to California.

I went and got her at the airport and then we went to La Madeline to visit and for her to grab a quick bite to eat.  She had never visited a La Madeline before and I know this sounds sexist, but with her being a woman, I just KNEW she would love La Madeline.  It seems more of a place where ladies hang out, much more than men, do.  I think we tend to go hang out at Hooter’s or Bone Daddy’s or Twin Peak’s.  ha ha ha !!

We were able to chat about some stuff, and I told her some of what is going on in my life and how I’m starting to focus on pursuing new clients in relation to my aviation photography business.  I have just purchased a new web domain strictly for my aviation photography and wanted to talk to her about “branding and marketing”.  I showed her my current logo for my photography business and she “tweaked it”, a little bit, so now I have a new updated and somewhat different logo than my current logo I am using on my other website.

The new website will be strictly devoted to my aviation photography and it should go “live” in a couple of days, at the most.  The url for the new website is http://www.jaydavisphotography.com

Please stop by for a visit in a few days and tell me what you think about it.

My friend and I have done some fashion photo shoots for her in the past and she has always been one of my favorite models to ever work with.  I didn’t have my professional camera equipment with me, just my little Canon G-10, point and shoot.  I asked her if I could take a photo of her, to go with this blog and she said sure.  She is such a pretty lady.  I miss my friend.



44th Blog

Well according to Word Press, I have 44 blogs/posts to my credit, so only 156 more to become relevant in the blog word, according to what someone told me.  They said to be even noticed in the blog world, you need 200 blogs, so I am about 1/4 of the way there.

Here are a few more shots from my recent corporate jet shoot with two Embraer Legacy jets, as well as a Lear Jet 60.

I kept trying to find the gear shift on this baby, so I could reverse it out of the hangar and go take it for a spin.  But I couldn’t find it.  LOL !!  I don’t know how to fly any type of aircraft, I’m just joking.  How I would love to go up in the skies for a ride in this beautiful corporate jet, though.  Totally different environment versus an American Eagle or Continental Express flight, as both of those airlines use this type of jet in regional airline operations.

Hope you enjoy the photos.