Alexis - Now on Flickr
We don't see beings or objects, we see the light energy they reflect
I value vision and soul, and distrust effects - digital or analog, I prefer small "take everywhere" cameras.
I'm grateful to the superb artists I'm privileged to interact with here. Also, that many who make me a contact are teens -their vision and skill blow me away.
I'm also at www.aamora.com and www.flickr.com/photos/alexisjgerard/
A selection of my aerial images is in "Photo Op:52 Weekly Ideas for Creative Image
Find me at: http://www.flickr.com
30 Nov 2010 — 2882 views
JPG's new ads prevented me from continuing to review my "photos from contacts" as I have in the past - UNTIL CHRIS WHITNEY STEPPED IN
29 Aug 2010 — 6205 views
I've always enjoyed photographing from the airplane window when I travel. Recently I decided to try it in square format.
10 Apr 2010 — 1477 views
California's Eastern Sierras - Iconic American Landscapes
27 Mar 2010 — 3249 views
A visual diary of a road trip to the Eastern California Sierras
27 Jul 2009 — 1385 views
Revisiting film after 10 years of being all digital
24 Jul 2009 — 1663 views
A series of images taken during a commercial flight from SF to Boston
27 Jun 2009 — 5656 views
The only words that can describe Noryangjin are "mind boggling". I'm dedicating this essay to Pascal Felloneau.
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?
A: Do you know?