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Topic # 43764 21-Oct-2009 23:51
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Hey,


My name is James Stringer and I have been around here for a long time, but I have never thought to officially introduce myself.


So yea, my name is James/macuser and I am an 18 year old photographer based in Auckland.  I love photography and tech...


I do photography for a living and I have a studio available to do things like portraits, fashion and product shots for magazines/websites/marketing companies etc but my specialty is doing "Photo Stories" which are used more for fashion than anything.

Here are some of the images I take and also take a look at my website if you like which is http://www.jamesstringer.co.nz


Thanks


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  Reply # 265937 22-Oct-2009 08:18
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Welcome James! Nice photos. :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 265941 22-Oct-2009 08:26
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  Reply # 266036 22-Oct-2009 12:10
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  Reply # 266073 22-Oct-2009 13:11
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Welcome. Awesome photography skill. Do you do HDR photography? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_dynamic_range_imaging




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  Reply # 266141 22-Oct-2009 16:20
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chiefie: Welcome. Awesome photography skill. Do you do HDR photography? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_dynamic_range_imaging



Although I know enough about it and I love some of the things people have done with it (especially Flickr user asmundur who shoots in Iceland) I haven't devoted any time to it as I don't feel its my "thing"

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