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Fly Along with Lockheed Aerial Photographer Matt Short, in 360 Degrees

Lockheed Martin employs a team of some of the finest aerial aviation photographers in the world. Arguably one of the coolest jobs ever, they are responsible for producing the company’s high-end aerial still and video imagery of high-performance military aircraft, FROM high-performance military aircraft, documenting everything from testing and development, to program milestones, to producing video updates for public release.

Take a peek behind the scenes in this 360-degree video by Lockheed Aerial Photographer Matt Short, on a recent photo mission chasing two F-35A Lightning IIs from an F-16.

Not all browsers will support 360-degree view, but for those who don’t, it’s still pretty cool anyway.

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Mike Killian

Written by Mike Killian

Killian is an aerospace photographer and writer, with a primary focus on spaceflight and military and civilian aviation. Over the years his assignments have brought him onboard NASA's space shuttles, in clean rooms with spacecraft destined for other worlds, front row for launches of historic missions and on numerous civilian and military flight assignments.

When not working the California-native enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, storm chasing, producing time-lapses and shooting landscape and night sky imagery, as well as watching planes of course.

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