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RENATA RATAJCZYK (cont'd)

 

Now that times have changed in Poland, Renata has been back to visit. Her father died recently but her mother is still alive and lives there. When she visits, she remembers the wonderful times she used to have with her father hiking into the high mountains of

Many Lives, Many Faces
"Many Lives, Many Faces"

Tatra, in the southern part of the country: "When I did that I really felt like I was almost in heaven. The world looks different from there and all the problems in life seemed suddenly not so important or even not to exist at all. I felt a closeness to God and to the beautiful world he had created."

This talented photographer who has won award after award, says she can’t wait to get her hands on a digital camera and start producing pictures composed of pixels from start to finish. In the meantime, though, she continues to create her own mysterious world with images that exude spirituality and beauty, shaped by her life’s experiences both good and bad, but nevertheless a joy for all to behold.

WORDS OF ADVICE

"To succeed in this field, it is necessary to have a lot of patience and to dedicate to it lots of time and energy. And also never stop learning and experimenting. Always look for new ways of expressions, techniques, ways of seeing. Try to have your personal style which will stand out. Also lots of imagination is very helpful and, of course, good luck."

SEE MORE OF RENATA'S WORK ON THE PAGES THAT FOLLOW 

Renata Ratajczyk
LIGHT VISION
Toronto, Canada
Phone: (416) 538-1087
Email: renatara@ica.net
Web site: http://www.homestead.com/lightvision
Also: http://www.virtualcolony.com/renatar/
"Eve" and "Flower Princess": Super Stock (800) 828-4545

 All Photographs © Renata Ratajczyk, 1999. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

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