I was fascinated by photography since I was a kid.
I just couldn't believe the magic, the mechanics, the logic, the miracle, between capture and end product.

I started, back in the late '70s, when I remember myself giving my dad a roll of film taken with his old Voigtländer Dynamatic, to send it for processing and being anxious to having it back developed.

In the digital era, I found myself more and more into the visualization of the finished image and I am trying constantly to improve my post-process skills, to the degree that are doing justice to my original envision.

Oh, yes. I almost forgot....
Since I never got to be a professional photographer, I’m an airline captain and instructor on several types of aircraft.

I hope you like what I saw, the way I saw it.

Alexis Methenitis, 2013.