More information regarding my prints and methods

My mission is two-fold. I want to fill the world with pretty pictures and I want to help others do the same. I love sunsets and landscapes. In my free time, I hike and camp and spend time with my three redheads. 


I shoot on Nikon with various lenses. My blog is focused on lessons for the beginner photographer and I believe in showing examples to go with my lessons. I love feedback and requests, so don't hesitate to email me or comment on my blog!

The pictures presented on this website are much lower resolution and quality than the final image to be sent to the printer. A preview of the full resolution image can be arranged via email.

My photography prints on the Photography page are fulfilled by Order A Print, a print on demand service. They handle their own shipping, printing, and returns. Their sizes are limited, please contact me if you're interested in a larger size. My limited edition prints and any prints you order personally from me are fulfilled by Nations Photo Lab in most cases. If it's a size NPL can not fulfill, I use Whitewall. Both use Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper, which is the highest quality photo paper available on the market. Its archiving ability exceeds one hundred years. All Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper is acid free. 

I do produce limited editions of certain photographs. These are typically much larger size than available on this site, currently.  They come autographed with a certificate of authenticity. All of my limited editions are stopped after 25 printings, across all sizes. 

My clients' privacy is of the utmost concern to me. I will not divulge private information to any  party or use your data in any way, other than to send a thank you card. 

Don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have at or by phone at (205)546-0121


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James-Allen Ergle (205)546-0121 St. Florian, Alabama

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