Inspired by his mother, Gustavo Cabana took his first pictures at the age of 6 and began to study photography at age 16 but didn’t find inspiration until he saw Norman Kent’s poster of the first 100 way world record. After his 70th jump, the first with a camera on his helmet, he knew what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. With his passion and perseverance, he has become one of skydiving's most accomplished photographers with over 27,000 camera jumps in 28 countries, having photographed 29 FAI World Records in Formation Skydiving, Canopy Formation and Head Down and Head Up Freefly. Gustavo is the creator of Videolounge which has been used at world championships for dubbing, sorting and judging videos. He has also collaborated with many highly regarded large formation and canopy formation teams worldwide. Gustavo designed, built and managed an oxygen system that facilitated multiple skydiving records in Europe. He has been conducting camera courses and seminars since 1998 and created the online Flying Camera School with the goal of educating and helping to make camera flying safer for both newer and experienced jumpers. In 2020, he launched the website www.gustavocabana.com to share his 30 years’ worth of images with the world.