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Walter Otto K.
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David M.
La Mesa, CA
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Hello -

Here's my website:­

I'm new to the group and look forward to meeting everyone!
Dallas, TX
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<A HREF="http://www.SecondGlan...­ target="_blank">Glamour Photography and Boudoir Portraiture</A>
<A HREF="http://www.LAshooter....­ target="_blank">Fashion/Mod­eling and Headshot Photography</A>
<A HREF="http://www.MortonVisu...­ target="_blank">Commercial/­Advertising Photography</A> (undergoing renovation)

<A HREF="http://www.asmp-sd.or...­ target="_blank">ASMP San Diego</A> - American Society of Media Photographers

A former member
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Here ya go. Another site to browse.

I've been snaping photos for over ten years now. I started out working as a broadcaster (camera operator, producer, editor, director), and moved on to photojournalism. I've had the pleasure of photographing Ray Charles (backstage after a concert, just me two body guards and a lady friend of his, that was an experience).
I've photographed plays and performances, people and places. I have photographed pretty much anything in sight. Part of my journalism training was that a photojournalist always has two things with him, a camera and a pen. So, I'm never far from either.
Photography has become a hobby. I think I enjoy it even more now. I can photograph what I like and don't have to worry about the money side of things.
I work in the Information Technology field for the US Navy. It's a living, and will get me some cash ($36,000) for college when I'm done. I think I'll keep photography as a hobby. Maybe after I retire I'll open a studio. Who knows.
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