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Greg Emlet was not happy with his snake Atticus (as in Atticus Finch, “To Kill a Mockingbird”), so it (a Demeril’s boa) was not present this day at Loose Park. Greg left him at home to sulk. “He’s shedding” Greg explained. And when that happens Atticus apparently gets a bit cantankerous. But Greg did have…
When DID humans discover how to make fire? Best guesses are between 700,000 and 120,000 years ago. Most likely, naturally occurring blazes ignited by lighting strikes first got the attention of our ancestors. I mean, like, who could NOT notice a huge savanna aflame, columns of smoke rising hundreds of feet in the air? Animals fled…
Hard to imagine that William Shatner, aka, James T. Kirk, Captain of the Star Ship Enterprise, turned 87 this month. Last October, when he was “only” 86, it was apparent he had not lost any of his commander of the bridge attitude, take charge persona and Shatner swagger. The house was packed that autumn…
I started my adult journey as an elementary school school teacher. My long and illustrious career as an educator lasted 3 months! Bless all the great teachers out there, I was not one of them!
I took a Photo One class at Kansas State as a post graduate and have spent the last 40+ years (yikes), as a staff photojournalist and a freelancer. I’ve been behind the lens, since then, trying to make sense of the world, and find my place in it.
A big thank you to my good friend Roy Inman for lending me space on his website as I try to figure out the commerce component of photography. Take a look at his amazing images. (*AND LOOK AT SUSAN’S TOO! She is WAAA too modest-Roy*)
The picture above is not me, just a little girl who I think looks like me, that I shot a long time ago. And yes, I have learned, for the most part, not to put my hand in front of the lens!
Roy is professional and courteous at all times and respects the safety and security of the areas where word is taking place. He knows what a photo should be and is always willing to take whatever time is necessary to get high quality results...no matter the conditions! Roy places the needs of his clients as top priority in his planning and the results prove it! The days he was involved in my projects were days I looked forward to. Roy’s just a genuinely nice person to boot.
Superintendent, CDB Burns & McDonnell Engineering
As a freelance writer and former editor of two upscale lifestyle publications in Kansas City, I have had the great experience of working with Roy Inman. He truly defines collaboration and creativity. Not only is Roy a technically talented and thoughtful photographer, he always has his eye on how to tell stories visually, in a fresh and compelling way, and is diligent and dedicated to any task. I always know when Roy is photographing one of my stories my words are in a master visual storyteller’s hands.
Kimberly Winter Stern
Freelance Writer/Editor - Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City Southern turns to Roy Inman, time after time, for corporate communications projects, because of his unique and engaging blend of artistry and photojournalism.
AVP Corporate Communications &Community Affairs The Kansas City Southern Railway Company
If you know of a more iconic photographer than Roy Inman, more steeped in Kansas City, you’re incorrect. Roy sees and captures the moment better than anyone else can. New Theatre comes back to Roy Inman time and again because we know we’ll get great shots. That’s why you hire a photographer, right?
Vice President Marketing for New Theatre Restaurant Overland Park, KS
I've had the opportunity to work with Roy Inman on a variety of book projects, and he's a joy. His photographic skills are excellent to the point of extraordinary. He possesses a remarkable ability to capture not just the technically perfect photograph but the emotions that inspired the image in the first place. His chronicling of vast parts of the Kansas City landscape is especially notable. One comes away from an Inman photograph with awe and an awareness of Roy's deep love for his craft. On top of that, the man hits his deadlines!