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Comments on this portfolio:

Paulo Rodrigues , August 19, 2004; 04:42 P.M.

What an fantastic portfolio and an amazing technique. How many shots do you have to take, to frame the image how you want it? How big does the kite have to be ;)

Kim Slonaker , October 03, 2004; 11:01 P.M.

Amazing portfolio. I've enjoyed looking at the different images on here.

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY , October 21, 2004; 07:17 A.M.

Some really amazing stuff in here. Your creativity is amazing. I am in awe at how you get such sharp, clear, vibrant images from a moving kite! Just purely amazing.

Michael VaughAn , September 29, 2005; 07:19 P.M.

Perhaps the most interesting portfolio on photo.net. Your photo perspective of life is refreshing- thanks...

mark maclean , April 13, 2006; 09:13 P.M.

Simply wonderful. A pleasure to view.

Marketa Hoskova , April 26, 2006; 10:54 A.M.

beautiful portfolio ... i like it - abstrakt photos

Karl-Einar Löfqvist , January 03, 2007; 04:03 A.M.

This is great, I love your portfolio.
Some of the photographs are outstanding.

In 1977, when I started to work as a photographer it was as an aerial photographer, mainly from a Hughes 300 helicopter. It was strictly commercial and after some time rather boring.
Your work is something else and it makes me really happy.

Thanks for showing!

Michael VaughAn , August 02, 2007; 11:25 P.M.

PORTFOLIO of the WEEK

I am declaring yours as the Portfolio of the week. It's original, refreshing, and bold. It has great color, balance and spot on exposure. What more could anyone ask for? More photos!

Joaquim Bidarra , March 09, 2008; 02:14 P.M.

Oh my god! This is good! Great density of very good photos per square feet in an internet portfolio! Congratulations and keep sharing it, please. The idea of kite photo surelly deserves for it self something like an Oscar for technical achievements. Like with the Oscars it may not be a great thing in itself but lots of fun, red carpet and so on.

Lee Jianmin , April 02, 2008; 12:54 A.M.

I enjoyed every picture in your portfolio. Thank you for sharing. Simply a joy to visit here. Shalom :0)

Paul Trunfio , April 29, 2008; 08:33 P.M.

I came across your page by your posting the Yosemite waterfall picture. I was thinking "how did he get that shot?" Then I see all your images are using your in the air camera. Wonderful! I will check out your site to learn more. Thank you!

Kurt Nielsen , November 13, 2008; 03:59 P.M.

Hi Cris

I had never heard of this technique before, and when I saw your "POW" of the landing ruins, I was totally captivated by it. Its thumbnail looked like tools mounted on a garage particle board wall. But since that doesn't make sense, a closer look reveals the truth. I have flown in and out of SFO many times and never tire of the salt evaporators. I guess they will soon be gone, but your sets of chance photos from above are just amazing, especially the composite mosaic. I have to congratulate your creativity in addition to your technical and aesthetic talents. -Kurt

Ceylan Atuk , November 17, 2008; 03:18 P.M.


nice portfolio, congrats..

Orlando Garcia , December 01, 2008; 01:28 A.M.

Interesting Views

Interesting, intelligent and beautiful work...thanks

OG.

Slavica Panova , November 18, 2009; 04:52 A.M.

hi

Nice pics! :)

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