Thanks Uwe and Michael
This one is called "19th Avenue"
E-P2 with 14-42 kit zoom
"Summertime Blues 2"
E-P2, Pentax 50/1.4, tilt adapter
"The Road to 19th Avenue"
E-P1 with 14-42 kit zoom
I've been working on lots of new images lately.
This image is one of the many shots that I have done while driving. Of course I am cautious and point the camera out the window without looking thru the viewfinder. Then back in the studio, I have worked the image with multiple layers for the final version.
Iím not sure who this guy is. I was watching TV in Prague and saw these old historical films being shown, so I started shooting photos from the screen. I combined 3 images together to make this image. I wish I knew the story behind these people.
Thanks Keith and Michiel. I have started a new blog for our RegnierStudio website and I am determined (I think) to upload a picture a day. So now I have been going thru my old raw images and finding all kinds of possibilities.
I really like the series Mike. I've bookmarked the blog to follow.
Some really interesting images here. I've been missing this thread and need to come back and read back further for those I've missed.
This one is called:
"I went to a garden party to reminisce with my old friends
A chance to share old memories and play our songs again
When I got to the garden party, they all knew my name
No one recognized me, I didn't look the same"
The electrical storm is amazing, the more I see it, the more I like it !
Very good job
Here is my latest. I found this shot taken 15 yrs ago, on film of course, and I thought I would rework this in my current style. The original was shot on a bright orange background. I quite like the way it turned out.
>my wife says I'm usually too dark and moody!
I disagree (at least for the pictures).
yes, I agree. I have so many years of film that are almost forgotten because of all the new digital shots. It would probably be a good practice to spend part of a day each week, scanning those images.
Keep up the good work.
Thanks, Mike and Keith. My wife was gardening today and I asked her to set aside any interesting stuff left over from last year:
Morning Glory Seed Pods