Comments on: Nancy Rotenberg Mon, 29 Jun 2015 22:56:10 +0000 hourly 1 By: Robert Bridges Wed, 15 Feb 2012 16:04:19 +0000 I met Nancy in 2003 at a workshop in Callaway Gardens. She was awesome!
She taught me to “go beyond the handshake” and pounded it into me to “shoot from the heart.” For years I kept these seeds of wisdom alive though I would tease Nancy that I’d be happy to shoot from the heart if only she’d tell me what Fstop that was.

Seriously, Nancy inspired me – the nurtured me – she was a teacher, a mentor, a friend. It was Nancy who planted the seeds that have now started to bare fruit – Now, I do see and shoot from the heart, I see the magic and I dance with joy and gratitude……and it all started by accident for I’d wanted to do a workshop with someone else and ended up with Nancy.

Namaste Nancy.

thank you so much

robert bridges

By: Ken Baehr Sat, 03 Sep 2011 00:35:09 +0000 Nancy was a friend, a mentor, and an inspiration not only to my photography, but to the way I live my life. Thank you for your kind comments. As Nancy said in her last letter, “I have had a good life. I was privileged to receive love and honour and the spirit of all things beautiful. Please do not be sad that it was short – it was full.” We will miss her.

By: Sharon Atkins Tue, 30 Aug 2011 23:22:07 +0000 Nancy Rotenberg changed my “photo-taking” life. What an awesome teacher. What a tragic loss to the creative world. Was blessed to have met her and be taught by her. RIP, Nancy.

By: Joan Herwig Tue, 30 Aug 2011 20:43:47 +0000 Thank you for this marvelous tribute to Nancy Rotenberg. She has made a big impact on me both as a fabulous photographer and as a remarkable person. What a lasting and incredible contribution she has made to this world. I do wish she could have been around for a couple more decades! However, her images and words will continue impact many more lives.

Joan Herwig

By: Barry Grivett Tue, 30 Aug 2011 02:59:07 +0000 Well said; fortunately, I’d heard she was seriously ill & was somewhat prepared.

Of course, there is no way to ‘like’ this post. We can only cherish her, her work & her inspiration.