Romanetz Design Studio Professional Interior Design, Fine Arts, Photography Salmon Arm, B.C.
Botanical Subjects: In this first section, "Botanical Prints", you will find some of my favourite macro images. Imagine capturing what your eye is unable to see! My photographic images have been captured with a Nikon camera and AF-S Micro Nikkor 60 mm 1:2.8 lens. Though colour can be very powerful in artwork, black and white photos are easier to place and are very popular for the home and office. For a more creative fine art experience check out available sizes, shapes, materials and styles available. Follow your dream. Imagine a diptych or triptych. Consider the simplicity of an abstract in your choice of colours! Most importantly, check the size of your wall space before you buy. Enjoy!
Wildlife, Animals and Nature: I savour my precious hours in my garden, especially after a fine drizzle, and I totally love those forest trails, especially after a fresh snowfall. Camera in hand, I study and capture all those special details that seem to elude my friends and family. I have captured many photos of wild animals such as eagles, cranes, antelope, coyotes, moose, bears and more from my car window. This practice can be amazingly successful with a heavy lens. Because my neighbours are aware of my obsession with photography and art, there is a steady drum roll when a new bird shows up at the wharf. It is a busy time, travelling, shooting and editing photos, for shooting animals, but probably my absolute favourite animal to photograph is a horse. Winter hair or not! The following images have been taken with a Nikon camera and a Sigma 150 to 600 mm lens c/w TC1401 Teleconverter or a 24 to 70 mm lens. I find Bird Guide Books invaluable for identifying birds and learning about their lifestyle and habitats. It is tremendously satisfying to capture a sharp image without disturbing wildlife. Making new discoveries of various species in my travels can be so exciting. However, many continue to elude me. I just stop, prepare, listen and watch! And it happens!