Chuck Rogers


You never know who you will meet in Atlanta. I had many errands to run that day. My last stop was the camera shop. As I was getting my camera cleaned, I was looking at all the images on the wall. I saw a photograph by Ilia Varcev hanging up and I asked the person who worked there about that picture. He said that he gave it to the store. Meanwhile Chuck Rogers comes in the store and the worker said that this was his work. And I was thinking, really? I said, “Him?”

And he nodded his head.

So I asked him for a photograph with him. He was very nice about it too. He started talking to me like we were old friends. He also gave me a photograph of him sitting behind where JFK was standing. I almost went to the camera store first instead of last then I would have missed him.

 

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Chuck Rogers

Photo Idol: Hengki Koentojoro


I found Hengki Koentojoro on Facebook and I love his photos. He mostly photographs in black and white, and mostly does landscaping. When he does color images, it surprises me because I’m not expecting it, but I prefer his black and white photos.  The black and white images are very inspiring and now I’m thinking in black and white. This photo is rather unusual because the bodies look ghostly. I hope you enjoy looking at his work as much as I do.

 

Hengki Koentjoro

Photo Idol: Hengki Koentojoro