Photography Teacher Recreates Iconic Anaheim Photo
Terry Reinbold, photography teacher at Rosary High School, recently helped to discover a bit of Anaheim history! This past winter he climbed aboard one of the Anaheim Fire Department's tallest ladder trucks (about 90 feet) to recreate a photo taken of Anaheim in 1913.
"We were at the exact same spot, at the same height, and at about the same time of year to recreate this historic photo. It was actually done in several pieces that Donna (Mr. Reinbold's wife) helped me to splice together on computer. We then had our lab print the image to the same specs as the original." Donna and Terry Reinbold have owned and operated Reinbold Gallery in Anaheim for over 30 years.
Joining Donna and Terry at the photo presentation at a recent Anaheim Council meeting are (pictured left to right) council members Jordan Brandman, Gail Eastman, Mayor Tom Tait, Anaheim historian Steve Faessel, and council members Kris Murray, and Lucille Kring.
The two historic photos are on permanent display at Anaheim City Hall.
"What a great view from up there; and how cool to be involved in a bit of local history!"
About Mr. Reinbold
Mr. Terry Reinbold joined the Rosary faculty in 2007 with more than 30 years experience in professional photography as a photographer and studio manager. He teaches Intro to Photography, the Digital Darkroom, and Advanced Photographic Art. Mr. Reinbold is the school's official photographer and works to cover more than 80 events and assignments each year as well as leading a team of school parent photographers affectionately called the Parent Paparazzi.