San José, Costa Rica (PRWEB) April 16, 2007
Photos.aero has just welcomed three of its newest screeners who have come to contribute with their knowledge and critical eye to the demands of the hundreds of photographs being uploaded on a daily basis. Mr. Daniel Jovanovic, Paul Nichols and Adrian Williams are the three experienced spotters who have recently joined the screener's team.
When interviewed by Mr. Melvin Pereira, Daniel "Daninho" Jovanovic had to say, "I was always fascinated in photography. I had my first camera I think when I was 10 years old. It was an old and heavy Russian Zenith SLR-Camera!"
Adrian Williams is a train driver from a small village just outside of Winchester, Hampshire, UK. When interviewed, Mr. Williams said, "I have been interested in aviation ever since I can remember. My father was in the RAF, so quite often I used to go visit and I would get to see the aircraft up close." Mr. Williams excitedly added, "I've sat in quite a few cockpits along the way as well!"
Paul Nichols told us, "I'm 26 years old and live in Bradford, UK, where I've lived all my life. My main passion for years has been music. I'm a bass player and a Live Sound Engineer. So, I'm lucky enough to combine my three main hobbies of music, photography and commercial aviation in one and actually get paid for it!"
At the moment, other screeners are also going through training so that they will be ready for the Great Photos.aero Photography Contest which will be held soon along with the Photos.aero Writing Contest. The prizes for these contests will be two digital cameras autographed by the Spotting Society icons Sam Chui and Darryl Chapman.
About Photos.aero: Founded in September 2006 as an online aviation photo gallery. The intention is not to compete with the already popular aviation websites, but to create a different perspective for all aviation fans worldwide.