Red River Paper, the ISAP, and some really cool airplanes

Red River Paper recently visited a gathering of International Society for Aviation Photography at a local Dallas area airport.  The group included photographers from around the country as well as Germany and Ireland. They gathered for photography fellowship and the big airshow at Fort Worth’s Alliance Field.

Red River Paper is a proud sponsor of the ISAP, and was on hand with samples handed out by our own aviation buff, Vice President Drew Hendrix.

ISAP group meeting in Dallas area for Alliance Air Show.

Red River Paper VP Drew Hendrix with one of only two privately owned T-37b trainer jets from the US Air Force.

Amazing image of an F-4 Phantom. The flames are from the Tora Tora Tora exhibition on the flight line. Image © Larry Grace

More about the ISAP

The International Society for Aviation Photography (ISAP) is an international non-profit organization whose membership spans the entire spectrum of aviation and aerospace photography. It includes full-time professional photographers, graphic artists, writers, historians, editors, publishers, trade organizations, pilots, and serious enthusiasts.

Membership is open to anyone interested in aviation and aerospace photography including professionals, advanced amateurs, and photographers whose areas of expertise are in other disciplines. We also welcome corporations with aviation interests or charters.

ISAP offers an opportunity to learn from some of the most talented aviation photographers in the world today, to become familiar with new photographic software and hardware, and perhaps most importantly, to develop and renew lasting friendships in an atmosphere of extraordinary camaraderie.

Membership is a privilege and carries with it a responsibility both to ISAP and to fellow members.

All members will share, educate, and network with each other to continually improve the skills and knowledge base of ISAP as a whole. ISAP’s goal is to continue its standing as a professional organization held in high esteem by the aviation industry.

Author: Red River Paper

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