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photography and also the United States, Italian and Greek armed forces; countries he has visited on numerous occasions. To date, Mike has flown with the United States Air Force, United States Marine Corps, Utah Air National Guard, NATO Airborne Early Warning & Control Force, German Air Force, Italian Air Force, Italian Navy, Spanish Air Force and the Hungarian Air Force. Outside of his activities with Jetwash Aviation Photos, Mike is also the International Editor for the International Society of Aviation Photography's magazine ISnAP, a post he has held since January 2012. Mike currently holds accredited press credentials with the IFNM News Agency and is also a Canon Professional Services member.
Editor of Jetwash Aviation Photos
Member of the International Society for Aviation Photography (ISAP)
International Editor of ISnAP magazine
Affiliated to the IFNM News Agency
Canon Professional Services (CPS) member
A word of warning; Some of the world's air arms are far more co-operative than others in assisting us in our pursuits, indeed in many countries the photographing of military aircraft and/or installations is frowned upon, or even illegal and can result in imprisonment. The fact that Jetwash Aviation Photos include reports from some of these countries does not mean that we in any way infer that it is acceptable to carry out such pursuits and would warn anyone planing to photograph military aircraft to gain the necessary authority beforehand.
As he now devotes himself full-time to aviation photography, Mike wants to expand on both the quality and content of Jetwash Aviation Photos and looks forward to building an ever expanding portfolio, some of which at least can be shared via this website. Mike has a particular passion for air-to-air
Based in the United Kingdom, Mike's preference is to spend time on the 'frontline', embedding himself with a military unit so as to get an unstaged and up-close view of the day to day operations of the modern army, navy and air forces around the globe. Mike has travelled extensively to photograph military aircraft and can so far include Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Eire, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey in his log, along with his many visits to the United States. Mike has had images and articles appear in numerous leading aviation magazines such as Air Forces Monthly, Combat Aircraft, Code One, ISnAP, Military Aviation Review and AIM. Mike's images have also been used in various Mach III and Rand Corporation publications, as well as some of the world's leading digital-media magazines and websites.
Jetwash Aviation Photos was formed by Mike Green in early 2006. At that time the 'digital age' as far as photography was concerned was still in its relative infancy and Mike wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to showcase his work. Since then, Jetwash Aviation Photos has developed far beyond Mike's expectations and has also allowed him to hone his skills with digital imagery. Having photographed aviation from about the age of thirteen, over time Mike has improved his photographic equipment and now uses only Canon EOS professional DSLR bodies and Canon L-series professional lenses. Whilst the equipment helps in the quality of the images, the eye is still the key to producing the 'money shot'. No amount of high quality equipment will produce an outstanding image if you just cannot see the shot. Planning and positioning are key, and in the fast moving world of military aviation that is not always so easy. Other than showcasing Mike's photography, the plan with Jetwash Aviation Photos was to write about the units that he visits and create a website that would be used by both military aviation enthusiasts and the professional media alike as a source of information on the modern military aircraft scene.