Where are the UFO photos from Professionals?
We’re still moving books around and sorting them at the new offices:
I came across this book among the hundreds of photography books we have:
It documents photography by the greats who used cameras and picture-taking as their art form – from the early 1840s until the present day.
That’s when it dawned on me that no professional photographer, early on or any time afterward, ever photographed a UFO or artifact that seemed to be a flying disk or saucer and not one ever mentioned in their memoirs or while discussing their oeuvre or archives anything about capturing a strange thing in the sky or on the ground.
Doesn’t that strike you as odd – since amateurs have allegedly captured and continue to capture what their snapshots supposedly show as UFOs or aircraft that is weirdly anomalous?
Wouldn’t you think that a professional photographer, during the 170+ years of photography, would have specifically or inadvertently gotten a shot of a flying disk or UFO?
I’m referring to professionals – not tyros, like Paul Trent, James Templeton, or Ed Waters, et al.
What does this say about the reality of UFOs or, at least, the photos of UFOs?