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  • Last Flight Out Photography!

    It's really an attitude...Last Flight Out...we don't want to go home early...we don't want our vacation to end...we take the Last Flight Out, and enjoy a few more hours of our holiday. If you go on a photo tour with us, we will maximize your fun before getting back to's Last Flight Out Photography!!

    Scotty Graham has been leading Dive Trips, Photo Tours, Photowalks, and Photography Workshops for the past 20 years. He is assisted by keen photographers/educators/adventurers who are the best in the industry, and have the right attitude! Fun is the name of the game. Why not enjoy some time off with like-minded people that enjoy photography and always take the Last Flight Out.

    Life is short....get out and LIVE...and create memories through your photos along the way with Last Flight Out Photography!! Hope to meet you soon....

Abandoned Barn

One of the many things I loved about Iceland was the number of abandoned barns, houses and other buildings…truly a photographer’s dream. This one was right next to the road, and it was the graffiti that first caught my eye…but then the old paint and other textures on the front of the barn sold the place for me…


Bergen, Norway

We based ourselves for five days in Bergen, and made road trips daily in all directions. Bergen is a beautiful little city…I especially liked these old buildings next to the harbour called, Bryggen. These buildings have been there since the 11th century, but there was a fire in 1702 that practically burned Bergen to the ground. They rebuilt these buildings, however, with the same tilt and all…making them as close to the original buildings that were built 400 years earlier. We had dinner one night in one of the buildings, and it was an incredible place to eat….feels like you are sitting back in time, for sure with the crooked wooden floors and slanting walls.


The Streets of Erice, Sicily

Nothing like night photography in an old Mediaeval town like Erice….Cobbled stoned streets, old walls, cute little tourist stores, cafes and restaurants. The only frustrating part is waiting for people to clear out of the way. I stood next to a wall with my camera on the tripod just waiting for people to move out of the way. Why is it when you are waiting for people to move, it feels like they just stand in your way on purpose? I know they aren’t, but it just feels that way…just when the path is clear, someone else steps in your frame….I had my finger on the trigger ready to fire the instant the path was clear…just needed 2 seconds for my exposure….ready, get set…..FIRE! Ya!! Got it!! Pack up the tripod, and move to the next spot….and wait again. So much fun!