Elvis does not believe in the generation gap. Kids rebel against parents, certainly, but it doesn't mean they can't work or play together and in general - get along.
Elvis thinks the generation gap is just an excuse.
Look at the photograph below. Sure, the mighty F-15 Strike Eagle could blow the WWII era P-51 Mustang away with little effort, but working together makes both planes better. Teamwork.
Same in life. Same in photography. An old Leica M3 shooting film can be a great compliment to today's digital masterpieces.
Take a look at the first picture Elvis ever made by clicking on About Elvis above. That photograph was made with a homemade construction paper camera. That one-time use camera produced a picture very valuable to Elvis.
Old technology can mean new beginnings. Trying something old is trying something new.
Oh, and go give your parent/grandparent or kid a hug. Really.
Made with Nikon D100 and a Nikon 70-200 lens.
Elvis sometimes wonders if the things we like are a reflection of who we are.
Do you enjoy peaceful scenes like the one below? Or do you prefer pictures of raging rivers and sharp rocks?
Is there some relationship there?
Perhaps what we like is more a reflection of what we're not. In other words, we like things that are different simply because they are different. If we're Type A we might enjoy peaceful scenes. If you're quiet and contemplative maybe you like pictures with more action.
Or is Elvis full of it?