Thursday, April 02, 2009

Some photos I thought I would share

Hey Everyone,

I was browsing through some of my photographs and stumbled upon some that I thought I would share with you all.

Last week a very powerful two part episode aired where we had to revisit a special investigation. Here are some photos from that case. I have 13 photos that I would like to share with you guys. Here is a set of the first six photos.

More to come soon.


superrawgirl said...

Those are some great photos from the investigation. Return of Six was one of the best episodes I have seen. I learned so much just from watching. It was very emotional to watch as I am sure it was very emotional for the team and family as well. Thanks Serge!

lin said...

Thank you, Serg, for posting and sharing your photos from the investigation with Lara and her family. I am sure they are grateful for the team's help. What an emotional and powerful ... existance....for lack of a better word. Your photos show both and more. Get some rest!!!

Debs said...

Thank you for sharing these phots, and I look forward to the next set. It's an interesting behind the scenes glimpse of what went on. I especially like the second one of Fr. bob praying. There's just some sort of ettheral...did I spell that right, it's too early to think...quality to it that really draws me into the moment.

OK, you guys need to get some rest! What's up with being up all night and online creating havoc?? Well, unless you were digging thru all of your photos looking for stuff to share!!

Always enjoy hearing from you!

WatchingStars said...

Very moving...her family is in my thoughts and prayers...looking forward to seeing the rest. Yes, you are definitely a night owl :)

Lara said...

Very interesting pictures, Serg. That's a story that's intriguing from the get-go.

Anonymous said...

Excellent photos! Especially the silhouette of the father and the the one of his raised hand. They say so much about what went on. How did you even remember to photograph any of it? It was so emotional just to watch I couldn't even imagine being there. You guys must have been exhausted.

Doolz said...

When I look at these pictures, I feel as though I am witnessing a very private moment in these people's lives, like I'm seeing something I shouldn't be seeing, something I'm not a part of or a participant in. I'm intruding on their innermost thoughts, fears, and hopes. It's like I'm watching the show all over again.

I think it takes a talented photographer to capture those intimate moments that evoke such raw, strong emotions.

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Jenn said...

Hey Serg,
Thanks for sharing the amazing pictures. The one of Father Bob kneeling in prayer is stellar! Take it easy and play nice in the sandbox. :)

irishrose38pa said...

thank you serg for sharing these pictures. i really cant add anything new to what everyone else has said. it rings true from my view point as well.hope everything is going peaceful for lara and her family finally. and as for you, have fun and enjoy the spring time.

Megs said...

First I'd like to say, it was touching during that episode to see the love you have for Ryan and his safety. I don't know how many people would be able to stand up to their friends that way.

Secondly, those are amazing shots. I especially love the shot of Father Bob praying. It just seems so calm and powerful.

You definitely have a great talent and all your shots emit the passion you feel for your craft. Well done!

lol so thats my 2 cents worth. God bless and take care!


ncchapman said...

That was one of the most moving episodes I have ever seen. I hope things end well for the family.

I think that these photos lack the general emotion your photos portray. I'm wondering why?


Kris said...

The end of The Return of Six was very touching for me, to see so many people (myself included) come together to pray for that family. I pray that the family continues to live in peace. This was an extremely emotional episode. I wish Lara the very best. Thanks for posting these photos. I actually blogged about that episode myself. :)

Jasmine said...

These are great photos Serg, I think what you did best is you managed to convey the emotion and intensity of the situation through the pictures. I'm always impressed by your work :)

Brittany said...

Mr. Sergey Poberezhny

It has been brought to my attention that there is now a group on facebook depicting your roommates infamous tie.

If you have time, feel free to check it out and join.

here is the link in "copy and paste" formation.

Thank you for your time. comment on your blog...
Thank you for the three updates recently! it has been a treat.

I really liked the pic of the cross being held in the air.

If I may...I think your about due for a video blog update with some interesting/unheard of band playing in the background. AKA-The Grates. awesome, my friend. Awesome.

Esther said...

these are really powerful. It must've taken a lot of courage to be behind the lens!

Mari said...

You have some very interesting photos. I love how you capture images that, to tell the truth I never really see in photos.
I’m looking forward to the next group of images.

Have a good day ^_^

Teeky said...

I really like the one of the family with their heads down. I find it quite lovely. Lara seems like a beautiful girl. I'm really praying that this dark chapter in her life will be over soon. Thanks for sharing.

AaronM said...

Serge, you are such a true friend to Ryan, he is so fortunate to have you as a friend. The genuine caring you expressed to him was so moving. I really hope to meet you at an event one of these days, just to say Hi and shake your hand. It would be a great pleasure and a memorable time for me.
The pics are awesome.

Lyssaboo said...

I think I cried in the Return of Six episode.. I know I teased my father because he got goosebumps :P

Nina said...

Wow, powerful pictures. I saw the episode and it was pretty intense. Thank you very much for sharing your pictures.:)
Stay safe!!