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EAA Photographers Sweep Top Honors From Aviation Week & Space Technology Magazine

 

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. - (January 4, 2007) — EAA Chief Photographer Jim Koepnick and EAA Staff Photographer Bonnie Kratz are among a select handful of photographers honored for their work by Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine in its annual photo contest.

Koepnick, who has been EAA's chief photographer since 1984, took first place in the General Category for his photo of an Extra 300 aerobatic airplane over Lakeland, Fla. Kratz was honored by taking second and third places in the same category, giving EAA photographers a sweep of the category's awards.

The award-winning photos were published as part of the magazine's annual Art and Photography special issue dated Dec. 18-25.

Koepnick and Kratz have won numerous awards for their aviation photography, and also supply images for EAA's six monthly publications and the organization's websites. Their work is acknowledged as among the finest in the aviation world.

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