Some of you may remember that last year I was (and still am) looking for people in and around Connecticut that would like photos of their aircraft. See my other thread for some ground-based shots. https://www.pilotsofamerica.com/community/threads/free-photography.99146/ Anyways, last weekend I got a chance to do my first air-to-air photo shoot of a beautiful M20J 205. The photoship was an experimental Bearhawk with the rear doors removed which gave me a great view of the subject. We held around 90 kts for the shoot which, while a bit slow for the Mooney, seemed to work well. The air was very smooth, but it was a hazy evening. We departed around 6:30pm and sunset here that day was slightly after 8:00pm. After taking off, we all realized that we may have jumped the gun a bit as it wasn't quite the evening light we were hoping for. No matter, we flew our plan and I got some good shots. It was a fun first try and I can't wait to give it another go! If anyone's curious, I used my Canon 6D with my 70-200mm lens with shutter priority set between 1/30 and 1/125. Most of the shots were taken out near 200mm. Below are my 2 favorite from the shoot.