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    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....

How do you choose the best photo from a lot of 200 keepers? I took over a thousand photos, and narrowed those down to around 200. The diving in Raja Ampat, was of course, incredible as usual. I walked away with a bunch of cool photos, and will post a few of my favorites as the week progresses…I will start with this shot of a Black Tip Reef Shark cruising the reef above me…


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I was recently going through my photos from my trip to Guatemala four years ago. Wow, time sure flies, right?? I would have to say the market, Chichicastenango in Guatemala is one of the best I have ever seen. You can explore, or just sit in a dark corner somewhere and watch people come and go for hours on end. It is a fascinating place…


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Wow…how time flies. I went to Sumatra yesterday to see Pacu Jawi for the ninth time. It never gets old. The location was the same location as my first time there a few years ago. It was good to be back. Pak Emi even built a platform for us to view…above the crowd.

The night before, I was packing my camera equipment, and couldn’t find my CF card for my Nikon D800. For the life of me, I don’t know what happened to the three cards I own. So, I decided to leave the Nikon at home, and only brought my Sony A7Rll, the 90mm lens, the 35mm, and the 16-35mm. I used the 90mm most of the time. It doesn’t have the reach as my Sigma 500mm, but it worked fine. The only drawback was that I had to stand closer to the bulls….my frame would not fill up until the bulls were almost on top of me.

I only have a couple of “riding shots” that I was happy with, so concentrated more on portraits and wide angle shots…

This is my favorite wide-angle shot…kind of gives you an idea what the scene is really like…


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