We are very upset to announce to all our readers that some time ago we have lost a passionate aviation photographer Eric Dumigan. He was an expert air-to-air photographer whose works were published in many calendars, books, and magazines.
Also, Eric was a member of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum where one can found so many photos clicked by him. So many people on social media mourned the news of his death and also includes a family member in the prayers. We will discuss more facts related to him so keep reading.
Who Was Eric Dumigan?
Eric Dumigan was born in Ilderton, Ontario. From the early days of his life, he had a propensity towards photography. And that is why he choose to become an aviation photojournalist.
In his 30 years old photography experience he learns a lot and inspires so many people. He was often hired for event coverage, the automotive dealership industry, and real estate photography.
Incredibly beautiful close-up of #Canadian #Lancaster #VR-A #HeritageFlight Photo by Eric Dumigan pic.twitter.com/iPP0BpFRAH
— María 🧚♀️🧳✈️ (@flybyday63) March 15, 2015
You can find the iconic work of Eric in so many magazines and calendars. According to his Linkedin profile on the internet, he was a member of the Canadian Harvard Aerobatic Team, Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association.
Photographer Eric Dumigan flew along with the The Canadian Harvard Aerobatic Team while practicing their routine. The team is performing at #ThunderOverLouisville this weekend. #FormationFriday pic.twitter.com/tga67afRho
— Canadian Harvards (@CdnHarvards) April 20, 2018
Eric Dumigan Death
Eric Dumigan death is a great shock to the family and friends. No doubt his death was a big loss for the aviation photography industry. His work received worldwide appreciation. Eric’s passion and proficiency could be easily seen through his magnificent photos.
The circumstances around his sudden demise are not revealed by any source yet. we are still waiting for the official announcement of Eric Dumigan Cause of Death.
“My deepest condolences to you and your family. I only met Eric recently (although we’ve been FB friends for some time) through a shared love of aviation (we were collaborating on a story together for which he was going to provide the photos for), but I knew we would be friends. Such a friendly person.”
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum wrote “The sudden loss of iconic aviation photographer Eric Dumigan today leaves us in shock. Eric left his mark at Canadian Warplane Heritage with his friendship, kindness, and some pretty amazing photography. Our sincere condolences to Bernadette and family. Blue skies and tailwinds.”
Blue skies and tailwinds to Eric Dumigan. I’ll remember you waiting and planning for the next shot either in the air or at a show.
Cheers to you Eric. pic.twitter.com/raU74iTSnS
— David Hills (@DavidartHills) September 27, 2021
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Dylan Hewitt reacted to the death “It comes with great shock to learn of the passing of my friend, teammate, and mentor Eric Dumigan. This man was a true aviation junkie, pouring his heart and soul into aviation photography. He sure made an impression in the decades he’s spent chasing airplanes and the shot, as I’m sure you could fill a stadium with his friends and fans. I’m incredibly honored to have worked with you in photo missions and with CHAT. “
Eric Dumigan Obituary details are not shared by the family or any close relative. We can understand they are deeply upset with the loss of their loving family member.
He was a loving and kind-hearted soul who will always remain in their heart. Nicholas Chute wrote on Facebook “It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to Eric Dumigan. Eric was a long-time airshow enthusiast, photographer, and friend to many in our industry. I send my condolences to Eric’s family and friends. Our community has lost a good one, and may he never be forgotten.”
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I met Eric several times over the years at aviation events. He was a quiet but friendly photographer and his passing is a great loss . His work was exceptional.
R.I.P., Eric. My condolences to Bernadette.