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I'm art director for "The Lutheran" magazine, as we are running a story about a ten-year retrospective about Katrina and the ELCA's disaster response, and how lives were changed by the storm and the response after the storm. I noticed you have a lot of thoughtful images concerning Katrina -- destruction still visible after so many years, etc. I'm looking for art for this article, and wondered if we would be able to have a conversation about using your images. Our initial thought was immediately post-Katrina vs now, but of course our real stories are about people.
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I am looking forward to seeing your pictures from Mardi Gras 2015. It was the best yet!
Phil, I had no idea l had such a talented neighbor. Keep up the good work.
I have written a manuscript that is getting published named; "My Louisiana Rose Miss Billie Marie Ferry Her Story." I would love to use the picture you took of Oak Alley at night for the cover of my book. I am willing to negotiate a percentage of my royalties for the use of your copyrighted picture. I will credit the photo to Phil Orgeron. I am sending my manuscript for publishing in the next week when I complete my tweaks. Please contact me.
Thank You for your time
Mary LeBreton Hammons
Steven P. Unger
Phil, I'd like to use your photo of the double-crypt in Lafayette Cemetery in an article, "A Vampire's Guide to New Orleans," that I'll be distributing free online and that will be added to a new revision of my book, "In the Footsteps of Dracula." I'll credit the photo "Courtesy of Phil Orgeron" and will send you a copy of the new revision of my book when it comes out.
Steven P. Unger
Great to meet you at Jazz fest. I had no idea what a talented photographer you are! I reached out via e-mail a couple times but haven't heard back. My e-mail is often filtered because of my company name. I would love to see some of the pics from Galactica.
So impressed after browsing your galleries. You have a fantastic eye for photography! I will be following you...
Hi Phil, I haven't looked through your recent gallery for a while until today. You really have some excellent images. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour.
Phil, you have got to be the best. Sowe great pictures enjoyed your gallery.
Nice work Phil.
OMG Phil, these are so beautiful. You deserve to have a show in a gallery. I'm not saying that because I am your favorite cousin.
landed on your page from a Tamron 28-75mm lens link at FM - love your photos, mate.
Thanks for the heads-up on the bargain lens.
I was just checking out your Canon 17-85mm gallery and I am wondering, with such great results, what do you think all the hullabaluh about this lens is all about? Your examples are simply beautiful, I must say. Anything you are doing to get past any issues with the lens or is it just a damn good lens? I would really appreciate anything you could tell me! Please contact me if you could. Thanks! Steve
I just met you today at the LSUvLoyola rugby game. I decided to look at your site to see what it was about and to my surprise I see that you already have posted many pictures of the game. I would like to thank you on behalf of both teams. I will pass your site information to the LSU team and I know players will enjoy seeing themselves in action. Your pictures are quit remarkable. Are you sure you dont do photography for a living
Lovely Pictures, Jessica ask me to check them out.
For some reason, your pictures really cheered me up.
Its nice to see another photographers view of things from New Orleans. Keep up the good work.
Thank so much Chuso.
It's always a pleasure to hear from you.
Phil, I'll be the first to congratutlate you on your very fine galleries. They are very well organized and well thought out. I'm glad that you decided to share your wonderful photographs with us and I'm looking forward to more from you...