Photographing The New Cover For Popular Science Magazine: X-47B Prototype Unmanned Drone

I found my cover on the newsstands of Barnes & Noble today

I had the honor of shooting for the cover of Popular Science Magazine this month. My photoshoot with the X-47B drone prototype taken at a high security Naval facility and was dropped onto a carrier by an amazing 3D graphic artist,  Nick Kaloterakis. It is kind of awesome to do this for one of my favorite magazines from childhood. I always loved the section of the magazine featuring new high tech products.

Make sure to catch many more behind the scenes photos and videos in the iPad edition of the magazine, which should be out any day now. Totally worth picking up the digital edition.

I’m getting acquainted with the X-47B here. Behind the scenes photos and videos were done by Joe Cereghino www.shootjoec.com – Catch more behind the scenes in the iPad edition of the magazine

iPhone snap of the table of contents. Photo retouch by Filip Osowski

Scan of the magazine. Doesnt do it justice. You have to go buy a copy! :)

3 Responses to “Photographing The New Cover For Popular Science Magazine: X-47B Prototype Unmanned Drone”

  1. mari says:

    Congratulations!!!!

  2. [...] in Dime Magazine, Chiodos in Alt Press Magazine (click link to see behind the scenes video), X-47B in Popular Science, and my shoot for Time Magazine’s 100 most [...]

  3. Rassi says:

    Saw this photo in the magazine – amazing images! Were these all taken with natural light? Just wanted to know if you needed lots of your strobe magic to create them. Congrats!

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