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So inspirational, rising to your potential when battered by adversity. Respect!
Your Work is Magnificent !!!!!!!!!!!!!11
I had a crash on my 2012 Sportster, got cut off by a drunk driver rebuilt it myself while I healed up. I'm a Motorcycle Photojournalist so I understand how motorcycles and art affect the soul.Love your work.
Beautiful and deeply inspiring. Thank you, Renee.
Amazing videos, and the quality of the photographers is truly inspiring!!! Please keep up posting this excelent material
Beautiful. That shot of you riding and the grading on that is just too good!Nice video overall.
Whoa. I have no words. One of the most inspirational, get-off-your-ass-and-do-something-while-you're-alive messages I've ever heard in all my 54 years. That was divine, Renee. Thank you.
wow this was really inspiring and beautiful. you are wonderful… love your process and respect your struggle, such beauty, elegance and power rolled into one.. BTW your hairs looks damm cool 🙂
Wow, love her work! What an inspiration!!
the videos are unbelivilbe! Respekt!
An incredible artist. Thank you for sharing your story. I can only dream of being so creative, you are,, one of a kind…..
Photography is one of the few things that makes me wish I was younger…… and more organized & knowledgeable. Photography, like writing is having ultimate control to create something special…. if one has the talent & sensitivity. You have it… So does whomever shot your video or was that you, too?
Wow. Very very cool. I'm flipping inspired!
Boy, I really like her because I never thought of doing layers upon layers of photos and mend them together like she odes it. That is very good work. I would love to make her my acquaintance. Peace, Flood!
FAB.I Love Your Work!!Thanks for your work♫
I love you! Actually, I found this so inspiring & driving!!!
Love her spirit and how its transformed her work… Masterful.
Fucking Pro video.
beautiful history and wonderful pictures and works in art and photography
ahhhh such a good video!! I'd like to know who did the filming and directing too!
Wow, she's Nikon AND a Canon user..what the!?
Really nicely done, in every respect.
Avid Photographer and a retired rider, for the same reasons. Glad you healed up and happy for you in finding a creative outlet that you seem very gifted at.
I'm a rider (08 Yam FZ1) and like speed, a photog, and am very inspired by your story and composites – so impressed! 🙂 looking forward to seeing what I can learn from you
Inspiring Artist and Story!
I loved this.
I am literally in tears right now! This video captures for me all that I feel about photography and riding my motorcycle. My anxiety disorder and fear that comes with it keeps me from doing so much. Riding my bike and photography are the only two things that make me feel free and in focus. I love this video and your story since I can relate on so many levels. It has truly inspired me to pick up my camera again and start shooting after putting it down. Thank you for this video and for your inspiration.
Very nice 🙂
OMG ! I Love Renee ! I'm such a huge fan ! I wanna be a composite photographer as well.. Her story and work pushes me to keep going and not give on my dreams of becoming a composite photographer ! Renee is GOLD !
I have an almost identical story, accident and everything. Keep up the great work!http://www.steveslefteye.com // http://www.isstevestillalive.com
"Not seeing everything for what is is, but for what it can be." Thank you for the inspiration (as a engineer, photographer (and a motorcyclist)).
A inspiration for artists everywhere
Loved the 3:35 journey I took with you.
great video, she's a great inspiration since I met her at photokina last year! I'm only way to lazy lol
Great stuff! 🙂
Great work as always SmugMug Films..My dream is to have one of these videos done on my photography and I.
Chills….what an incredible video, story, artist. I'm proud to know you Renee!
Wow, well done Renee & congrats!
Wow! Imaginative other worldly visions expressed by Renee. Impeccable, seamless composition of layers.
where do I find info on your workshops? 😛
Miss you Renee… Get well soon…
Stunning!!!! I love the passion!!!
Loved it. Liked it. Shared it. Great job Renee!!!
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