After months of work, we’re proud to announce the all-new JetPhotos! Redesigned with a focus on photography and photographers, the new JetPhotos makes it easy to browse the largest collection of aviation photography on the internet from your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. The new, cleaner design puts the photos front-and-center no matter how and where you view the site.
With the new site, get quick access to the day’s most popular photos, newly added registrations, the latest photos, recent forum activity, and much more. We’ve also improved the search functionality, which makes finding great aviation photography much easier. The newest photo of each registration will continue to be shown when following a flight on Flightradar24.
JetPhotos on Tablets and Mobile Phones
Individual photo pages have been redesigned around the photo and information about the aircraft, location, and photographer is easier to see. Easily add the photo to an album or share on social media.
Aircraft Data Pages
Aircraft data pages clearly show important information like aircraft type, age, delivery date, engine type, and operators. You can also navigate to the aircraft’s flight history on Flightradar24. The data pages also include every photo of the aircraft in the JetPhotos catalog, including photos of the aircraft with previous operators or registrations.
Photographer profiles pages provide photographers a place to showcase their aviation photography and explore statistics about the photos they’ve taken. Each photographer profile page includes a personal profile, the photographer’s most popular photos, a photo map, and detailed statistics about photo locations, uploads, and airlines. Each profile page also includes all JetPhotos badges earned by the photographer.
Photographers should upload a a profile photo as well as choose a header photo from their photos on JetPhotos. Add additional details about yourself and your equipment to connect with other photographers.
New to JetPhotos, badges celebrate achievements like the first photo of a registration in the JetPhotos catalog, photos of special aircraft, like the Antonov An-225, or awards like Screeners’ choice. Photographers can also earn badges for taking certain numbers of photos of different airlines or various locations, or for taking photos of a wide variety of different registrations. We’ll be adding more badges soon, so photographers will have even more achievements to collect.
Visit the new JetPhotos today to see over 3.3 million photographs from nearly 16,000 different photographers and join the discussion forums to connect with other photographers and avgeeks. We hope you enjoy the updated version of the greatest aviation photography site on the internet!