People's Choice Apparel Features Reinkensmeyer Photos

June 13, 2015  •  4 Comments

  FB_ADBanner-Marcus-Reinkensmeyer-2015FB_ADBanner-Marcus-Reinkensmeyer-2015 Dear Family and Friends: We’re pleased to present some new shirt designs from People’s Choice Apparel (PCA), using some of my more recent photographs. The full collection of my photo shirts can be found at PCA Autumn Aspen Reflections 1, Hart Prairie Road, Flagstaff, ArizonaAutumn Aspen Reflections 1, Hart Prairie Road, Flagstaff, ArizonaPhoto of the Day, Capture My Arizona

Celebrating the change of seasons in Northern Arizona, an interpretive impression of autumn Aspen reflections on a quiet pond near Hart Prairie Road, Flagstaff, Arizona. Image captured through vertical camera movement in a brief time exposure.

As a part-time landscape photographer, I‘ve never had the time or the expertise needed to actively market my images outside of traditional publication channels such as magazines, calendars and prints.  The folks at People’s Choice Apparel have opened up a whole new world of possibilities, now displaying my photos on phone cases as well as various styles of shirts. Snow Laced Cathedral RockSnow Laced Cathedral Rock

 

Located in Los Angeles, this family owned business produces tasteful, high quality customized merchandise at reasonable prices.  It’s  great working with talented PCA team, given their strong sense of design and deep commitment to customer service. 2 Jardin de Monet at Giverny, France 52 Jardin de Monet at Giverny, France 5

 

A bit more information about some of the new shirt images, featured in the above banner:  FB_ADBanner-Marcus-ReinkensmeyerFB_ADBanner-Marcus-Reinkensmeyer

 

- Autumn Aspen Reflections is a time exposure image taken at a small pond just off Hart Prairie Road near Flagstaff, Arizona. It was such a windy day that I opted to shoot a series of sweeping abstract images, rather than fighting to “freeze” the branches and leaves.

- The image Snow Laced Cathedral Rock was taken this past New Year’s Day, when the iconic Sedona red rock was blanketed in snow and ice.

- Jardin de Monet presents a single deep red flower dripping with morning dew, from our painter Claude Monet’s gardens in Giverny, near Paris France. The gardens and ponds were the source of inspiration for Monet’s vast collection of iconic Water Lilies paintings.

 

My sincere thanks to People’s Choice Apparel for the opportunity to present my photography and to all of you for your continuing support. 

 

Related posts: Snow Laced Sedona, Autumn Aspen Reflections: Northern Arizona Photography, Northern Arizona Sunflowers: Photography on a Windy Hillside, Autumn Colors, Arizona Fall Colors, West Fork Trail and France Landscape, Architecture and Travel Photos.  

 

Marcus W. Reinkensmeyer

www.mwrphotos.com


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Marcus Reinkensmeyer(non-registered)
PJ - You are too kind. Thanks very much .... m
Pj(non-registered)
I'd quit my day job if I were you. This is fabulous!!
Marcus Reinkensmeyer(non-registered)
Brian - Thanks much for your feedback and ongoing support! M
Brian DeVore(non-registered)
Beautiful work my friend!
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