"We were very impressed with the quality of the submissions and the variety of style and content. This made our job very difficult to judge across such a wide portfolio of entries. In the final review we felt that the image from James Roberts portrayed the A400M well, blending impact, composition and storytelling with excellent photographic technique."
Colin Paynter, Managing Director
James Roberts overall winning image will feature in the January's edition of the AEROSPACE magazine. The competition attracted over 960 submissions, this is a true testament to all the great images we have received and would like to thank all those who participated.
James alongside category winners Marina Munoz Fernandes (Military) and Alvin Russell (General Public), will now receive a money can’t buy A400M experience. This incorporates; a trip to the Airbus A400M manufacturing site in Seville, a guided tour on the A400M final assembly line and the international training centre. Including a fantastic opportunity to experience the A400M flight simulator.
We are pleased to announce we will launching the 2018 InPlaneSight competition on the 25th of April, keep up to date through our social media channels and this website.
The competition was judged by Colin Paynter and Ioannis Papachristofilou from Airbus, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier, Tim Robinson from Aerospace magazine, and renowned aviation photographer Claire Hartley.