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Marcel Eni

I live in Seattle with my lovely wife and our 3 amazing kids. Occasionally doing some amateur photography. Started about 10 years ago after reading a book – with digital cameras it is so easy. I shoot all type of photos: from babies to city night skylines. As long as the photo has a story to tell and a correct amount of light – it is worth capturing it. I am passionate about technology and working in a software company.

www.betterphoto.com

Michelle Alton

Michelle Alton

I'm an amateur photographer. I shoot mostly landscapes and wildlife, but will try anything...including infrared. Professionally, I have been a clinical researcher for the past 38 years...hope to retire soon -- there just is not enough time in any day!

www.betterphoto.com

Daniella Puente

I live in Lima, Peru. I'm a mother of two who inspired me to enter into photography. Im doing freelance works now, I love black & white photography and now most of my work are family or children portraits and also like to do some works for decoration.

You can see more of me in this page
www.betterphoto.com

Adam Cowart

I live in Northwest Arkansas with my wife Trista and I am a high school band director and love it just as much as photography. My love for photography started with my parents. There is not one place they will go without a camera. This has now happened to me.

You can see more of Adam's work at www.betterphoto.com

Denise Aulie

The little Instamatic camera given to me as a child was intriguing! Yet as time passed and I grew, this avenue of expression (eventually with a tad better camera :) began to open up my expressive world more and more than I ever thought it would as a 9 year old with a point and shoot.

I primarily take images in Mexico. The people, the culture, the country with all its beauty and needs, is home to me in every sense of the word. It has been a blessing for me to live here for 33 years.

My goals are varied. There is a not so hidden photo-journalistic aspect of what I shoot. I love to document life, work, and family in a story telling way with a special emphasis on rural life and work. The real joy has come in giving photos to those who may never own a camera, or afford to develop prints, or have the time or energy to record their daily lives. This recording of their memories has been especially meaningful to them and me. The increasing modernization of rural areas means that within a few years there will be an absence in many towns and villages of what we see today. I want to record it before its gone and provide it to the local people for a document of their heritage. Also, it is just plain ol' fun, to make friends and see the doors open to homes in many places all because of an image on paper that proceeds to make a lasting friendship-imprint on their hearts.

I have one incomparable husband and 5 delightful children who have been more than supportive of this pursuit. I give many thanks to them and the awesome Lord I serve. It's been a great life!

Visit Denise's website at www.deniseauliephotography.com

Cindy Cavanagh

Cindy L. Cavanagh

I simply love photography. It has changed the way I see the world. I am always pointing out the beauty that is right in front of us everyday. Now, I pause to see this beauty, and I see things that I never noticed before. I have always loved being creative, whether it was the extra effort on the title for a school poster, making endless amounts of paper flowers, or baking cupcakes, or creating mosaics.

I love capturing the everyday: moments that pass and we look back with nostalgia. I love capturing life's unique moments. I love being with families and capturing their bond for each other. I love children and their sweet faces, their silly faces, and the moments when they pause. I love to adventure into different cities or the countryside and capture the beauty.

I love enjoying coffee with friends, cooking a yummy cake, and visiting the markets to buy fresh fruits and veggies.

Visit Cindy's website at www.image421.com

Jill Flynn

Jill Flynn

I love animals and love photographing them. Nothing brings me greater joy. I share my home with a pack of three dogs and two cats. They keep me smiling every day.

I also love traveling and photographing people.

To view more of my work, please visit my website: VisualHarmonyPhotography.com and Blog

Matthew Bamberg

Matthew Bamberg

Matthew Bamberg was born in Miami. His mother, a writer, and father, a CPA, were New Yorkers who moved to Florida to escape the brutal Northeastern winters.

After graduating Coral Gables High School, Bamberg attended Miami Dade College and Florida State University. During that time he worked as a meteorologist. In 1980 he moved to California to attend San Francisco State University and became a public school teacher. After teaching for 14 years, Bamberg went back to school get a masters degree. He studied art and technology education.

In the late 1990s, Bamberg moved to Palm Springs to become a writer and university professor. His writing career began with a series of articles for the alternative paper, the "Desert Post Weekly." His writing focuses on popular culture: essays about topics from the Santa Cruz, California surf culture to the mid-century modern architecture revival around the world. Curious by light striking his lens (direct and bold or soft and willowy) and the sounds (especially of the shutter opening and closing), he struck a relationship first with film and then, like so many, with the digital camera's sensor.

Bamberg has authored a number of photography books, including his latest, "New Image Frontiers--Defining the Future of Photography." Aside from writing about f-stops, shutter speeds, and the fabulous job the digital camera manufacturers have done that permit photographers to take almost noiseless pictures in the dark at high ISO speeds, Matt teaches education courses at National University and writing courses at the University of Phoenix.

Visit his website at www.matthewbamberg.com


Kathleen Parker

Kathleen K. Parker

Cameras are my magic eyes. My Nikons go everywhere with me.

You know, I think being a photographer changes the way a person sees life. All of a sudden, even the most ordinary things take on special significance. Everything has a unique essence which I hope to capture!

In Feb. 2008 I moved back to my hometown New Orleans, LA where I have lived most of my life. After Hurricane Katrina I relocated to Atlanta for 1 1/2 years and met a number of photographers who are members of betterphoto.com. I am so glad I had the opportunity to meet such nice people and to live in this pretty area. But it was time to return home.

Let me tell you a little about my photography related experiences. I have served as a contract venue photographer for AOL-Time Warner, Live Help Support for Betterphoto.com, and a virtual tour/still photographer for VR National. I photograph special events (weddings, parties, etc.), produce fine art images, shoot panoramic digital photographs for virtual tours of hotels, restaurants, and large rentals, and would love to photograph more areas outside of the USA. I am also currently employed as the New Orleans City Guide Writer for Examiner.com and teach a photography class at my church.

In 1997, I realized that life is to be lived doing the things I have/had been so blessed to receive. Overall, I seek to improve my skills in every thing I do. To learn something new each day is one of my goals.

My BetterPholio (website) can be viewed at www.kathleenkparkerphotography.com Also, please see my articles and photography at Examiner.com

Mark Cox

Mark S. Cox

I am a professional musician (tuba professor) who has been an amateur photographer for years. I finally started taking the other parts of my artist's life seriously and began devoting more energy to my photos. Most of my work comes from either my home in Michigan or at my inlaws house in New Hampshire. I enjoy all forms of photography and feel like a child discovering a new world. Find out more about my musical background at: http://mctuba.com
Jojie Alcantara

Jojie F. Alcantara

I am a newspaper columnist and magazine writer for 15 years now and have been traveling around the country and in Asia to document life as I experience it. As a journalist, artist and photographer, I scribble, paint and capture my memorable moments. I discover new and exciting places armed with my dental floss, cameras and asthma inhaler.

I maintain several websites and blogs, contribute for local and international magazines and have a lifestyle and travel column in a local paper since 1994. I also host big events on television for several years now. I have had several art and photo exhibits, and my images have been published in newspapers, magazines, brochures and a coffee table book.

I used to be afraid to go out of my box, literally. One day after a rude awakening in my early years, I decided to live life on the edge and never looked back.

Welcome to my photo gallery showcasing my experiences as a photojournalist, crazy artist and an adventurous spirit who will do almost anything to hunt for stories and images of human interest. Do enjoy your stay while browsing through my memorable stuff. I hope it is worth the journey. Mine is.

I am using a Canon EOS 5D and a 7D.

MY OTHER PORTFOLIO WEBSITES:
www.pbase.com/jojie_alcantara
jojiealcantara.multiply.com
jojiealcantaraphotography.com

Usman Bajwa

Usman Bajwa

ITS ALL ABOUT LIGHT ...........!!

Each and everyone of the things in this wonderful planet fascinate me. Photography has helped me SEE the world in many new ways. IT HAS OPENED UP MY HEART FOR THE LOVE OF GOD AND HIS MARVELOUS CREATIONS. PHOTOGRAPHY HAS BECOME REFRESHING, INVIGORATING AND REVITALIZING FOR MY BODY AND SOUL.

I very much share the below statements (reproduced here with permission) from fellow BPer Ms. Joyce Rose.
“I began looking at God's creation from a different perspective. I started seeing nuances I had never before noticed. I believe that God's fingerprints can be found throughout His amazing creation. I am seeking to find them and share them via digital pictures. My goal is to bring glory to the One who created it all!!”

Have a wonderful day and God bless.

VIsit Usman's Photo Gallery at
www.betterphoto.com

Shelline Watts

Shelline Watts

I love shooting everything from infants to NASCAR. I enjoy photographing people as well as being outdoors capturing anything and everything nature has to offer.

Visit by blog - www.photographybyshelline.blogspot.com

Visit my web site - www.shellinewattsphotography.com

Brenda Tharp

Brenda Tharp

Brenda Tharp is known for her inspirational and informative workshops. She is the author/photographer of the book Creative Nature and Outdoor Photography that has been receiving excellent reviews. Brenda has also written how-to articles for many photo magazines, including Outdoor Photographer.

Brenda followed her passion many years ago when she quit her corporate job to pursue a career in outdoor and travel photography. She has llama-trekked, sea-kayaked, flown in helicopters and hot-air balloons, cycled, and hiked to create her photographs. Those images have appeared on the pages of Alaska Airlines, Audubon, Discovery, National Geographic, Northwest Airlines, Sierra, Sunset and Travel Holiday magazines, along with many others. She has images included in books produced by Chronicle, Michelin, National Geographic, and Sierra Club.

Her keen eye for design and use of natural light and color are a signature in her work. Her photographs are regularly published in calendars and greetings cards for a variety of international companies. Brenda markets her own stock photographs, and is also represented by Workbookstock.com. She has co-starred in episodes of Canon's Photo Safari television program, and appeared on San Francisco area news shows to discuss photography techniques. She has developed a reputation as a teacher of unlimited energy with a compassionate yet honest approach to critiquing.

Visit her site at www.BetterPhoto.com

David Grawrock

David Grawrock

I travel for work, on the road usually at least once per month, and I have large family. That means lots of pictures. I love to take landscapes, architecture, family, and anything else that I have an eye for.

Well i've upgraded my camera to a Canon 30D. I love the camera. Now all I need is a few more lenses.

I would like to become a good enough photographer so that when I retire I can do photography fulltime.

Visit his site at www.BetterPhoto.com

Kyaw Kyaw Winn

Kyaw Kyaw Winn

I am photographer from Myanmar.My native is small village at country side. I started taking photos at the age of 12 when I have got a present from my grandpa.It is small view finder camera (OLYMPUS).I take many photos but I get anyone photo because of I don't know how to take and how to use it.So I learned,tried and red many photography books.At the end of this year my father give me a small camera (SEAGULL KJ1).This camera has no exposure meter.So experience is my teacher for to get a best exposure and perfect photos. At the end of high school Exam,I leaved from my native and I go to YANGON (Capital of my country ) for learn and study photography. I started to become interested in photography art at the age 17.This time I get a course at Myanmar Photographic Society at 1998.I have learn a lot of, about COMPOSITIONS, RULES, EXPOSURE, SETTINGS OF CAMERA and so on from the Photographic Society. I learn about 4 months at this photography class.At the end of year 2000, I Can buy a SLR camera. It is NIKON FM10.It is my best camera.I traveled around my country from EAST to WEST and from NORTH to SOUTH the whole year.And then I participated to many photo contests. Now I am Nikon user and I used Nikon DSLR series.I love photography art so I need some advices and comments on my photos and photography. Comments are warmly welcomed and I need comments to improve my further photography skills.Regards to all photographers.

Kyaw Kyaw Winn
MYANMAR PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
No.27/29,1st Floor,35th Street,
KYAUKTADA Township,
YANGON,MYANMAR,TEL;95-1-373167.

Vist Kyaw's site at BetterPhoto.com

John Dunne

I live in Ireland. I'm still trying to learn technique. I have a Canon Eos 1v, a Canon Eos 300D Rebel and a Canon Eos5 and an Eos 1ds MkII which I love. I have been awarded my Licentiate from IPF and hope to go on and achieve my A distinction over the next few years.

Visit John's website at BetterPhoto.com
Sue CUllumber

Sue Cullumber

I grew up in the Chicago area and moved to Arizona in 1978 to attend college at ASU. After receiving my Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, I returned to get my Master’s degree in Education. In 1990, I started teaching at a special education school and continue to teach science and Spanish to adolescents at the Howard Gray Education Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. I am married and have a 18 year old son.

All along, I have been interested in photography. I have studied black and white, landscape, and digital photography. Several years ago I received my first digital camera and my photography really progressed after that. Through constant experimentation and education, my photographs continue to evolve. I enjoy photographing landscapes and wildlife, focusing mostly on the natural world. I also teach classes in photography and often bring photography into many of the lessons I teach at school.

www.auniqueviewphotography.com
Sherri Ash

Sherri Ash

Photography is a passion, that for me has grown into a love affair in the last 10 years. I had always enjoyed taking photo's and when I was a child my father was rarely without his camera. I like to think that this is something that gets passed down from generation to generation. The beautiful thing about a photograph is that it has the ability to say so much without saying a word. This is what I strive to do with my photography, to evoke some kind of emotion in my photo's. I just love the way a picture can capture a moment in time. The way it can tantilize your imagination with a simple expression or view point. I have my own photography business in Leesburg,VA. Sherri L. Ash Photography www.sherrilashphotography.com. I feel very fortunate to be able to follow my passion and I look forward to exploring all the places that my lens will take me in the years ahead.
Lynne Fried

Lynne Fried

The art of photography has grabbed me. I love to shoot just about anything, but I find the most rewarding part is taking pictures of people. I particularly love taking photos of children because they grow so fast. We need to preserve these special moments.
I live in Pacifica with my husband and daughter, love to garden, take walks (always with my camera) and generally keep busy. I shoot with a Nikon D3 and D200. I also own several lenses, a tripod and loads of accessories.

Visit my website at BetterPhoto.com
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Jennifer Dirvianskis

My name is Jennie D. I am 23 years old, and I have created two life goals for myself that pretty much sum up who I am:

1) I want to see as much of the world as possible, and
2) I want to help others as much as I can in the process of doing so.

My first goal includes bringing my camera with me at all times and capturing every moment I spend exploring the world. I love experiencing new cultures and ways of life, and whenever I do my camera is right there with me. I have travelled to Italy, France, Greece, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Ghana, and many places within the United States. I want to keep travelling, and will always have a passion for photographing different places around the world.

The second goal has been reaffirmed by the recent years I have spent volunteering my time to others. From building houses in Mexico to volunteering at an orphanage in Ghana, I have tried, and will continue to try, to put a smile on others' faces in any way I can. I feel incredibly fortunate for the life I have, and to give just a little piece of that happiness to others makes me feel like I'm living my life to the fullest.

The last thing you need to know about me is that my friends and family are my life. Without them and their support, I would not be who I am today.

www.jenniedphotography.com
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Peter Burian

Peter K. Burian

Peter K. Burian -- co-author of the National Geographic Photography Field Guide -- is a freelance photographer/writer based in Toronto, Canada. His outdoor, travel, nature and active lifestyle photographs are available as stock for editorial and advertising use. He markets his work direct to photo buyers via this Web site and is also represented by three stock agencies: Corbis, Alamy and The Stock Connection.

Burian is a regular contributor with several magazines: PHOTO LIFE, AUSTRALIAN PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTO SOLUTION, MARKETNEWS, HERE'S HOW and www.Photocrati.com . (His articles and test reports appear in nearly every issue of these publications.)

In February 2007, both VanityFair.com and the Toronto Star newspaper published articles about one of Burian's photographs (Autumn, a Windows XP screen background.) See http://www.vanityfair.com/ontheweb/features/2007/02/autumn200702

Burian was the editor of Outdoor & Nature Photography magazine for three years and is the author of 15 Magic Lantern Guides (Lark Books) to camera systems, including all of the Sony and Pentax digital SLRs; he recently completed Guides to the Pentax K-7 and the Sony a500/a550.

His book on all digital aspects received numerous favorable reviews: Mastering Digital Photography and Imaging (Sybex) covered the technology, equipment and techniques, providing 270 pages of practical advice for photo enthusiasts. His other major book, Photoshop Elements 5 Workflow (Sybex) was co-authored with Tim Grey.

He also provides editing and technical editing services to publishers of books on photography and digital imaging.

Finally, Peter K. Burian is an instructor with BetterPhoto.com teaching two highly rated on-line courses: a four week course, Mastering the Canon EOS Digital Rebels - (re: all Digital Rebel cameras, including the latest EOS T1i or EOS 500D) and an eight week all-inclusive course: Digital Photography. Sign up today to learn how to make great photos with your digital camera.
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Yazeed AlGhuraibi

At the dawn of 1989 i saw the light of this wide world, a simple childhood lived between friends and relatives, the start of my art, especially photography since eleventh, the picture has a strong meaning to me, carrying a message of noble, whatsoever photojournalism or art.

In general, I liked art in so much, My first time in photography were with my family's camera, until that day i buy a film camera, grown and become sixteen i buy my own digital camera (sony cayber shot) and from that moment my journey with photography begin.

In today's Junior, in the near future professional photographer
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Soledad Zabala Ortiz

I like photography, I enjoy it and feel it like a time just for me!

www.betterphoto.com
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Min Htike Aung

I am a Photographer from Myanmar. I am a Student and Photography is my hobby.i am 20 years old and has been elected as an Associate Of Photographic Society Of Singapore.

For more, visit minhtikeaung.org
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Jim Nelson

Jim Nelson

Jim Nelson's photography reveals the way he combines his love of nature with his background in art. With a degree in Art Education, he taught in the public school system while also coaching track and football. Later, he utilized his skill in photography throughout a career as a corporate pilot, recording his international travels through a camera lens. Turning photography into a full-time pursuit brings together his wide experience, his many interests, and his view of this fascinating planet. Jim currently has photographs on exhibit at various galleries and shows in Ohio & Florida. His photographs are in Private Collections throughout the World. He is a member of The National Association of Nature Photography and The National Association of Photoshop Professionals.

www.jenelsonphotography.com
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Shontel Judge

Shontel Judge

www.betterphoto.com
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Donna Stansbury

Donna Stansbury

I am Donna, a stay at home, homeschooling mom, to my 3 girls. My husband of 15 years, and my girls, are my heart....photography is my soul. I love taking pictures, GREAT pictures. I continually strive to better myself as a photographer, and look forward to my next great picture.

www.betterphoto.com
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Linda D. Lester

Linda D. Lester



www.lindadlester.com
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Wende Trew and family

Wende Trew

Hello Everyone!!! Thanks so much for stopping by an viewing my gallery. I have been taken pictures for as long as I can remember. My real passion came when I had my children. I have been in business now for 3 years and love taking pictures of Children and also Weddings. I love being able to capture a true emotion from a child. Children are so original they are going to give you exactly what they are feeling which makes photography so much fun!! I really focus on the eyes because the eyes are the window to the soul!

www.betterphoto.com

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Clifton Mair

Clifton Mair

Clifton photographs primarily the natural world as he finds it in his home country of Scotland. Mainly shooting on vivid colour slide film using a manual camera and natural light, he captures the simplicity of nature’s design, texture and colours.

He has a strong sense of composition & design reflecting his years of experience as an Engineering Designer for the Offshore Drilling Rigs operating in the North Sea.

After 10 years of occasionally taking pictures as a creative outlet, Clifton decided in early 2001 to pursue his art of photography with the aim of turning professional. With the help of teachers and members at Betterphoto.com, the aim of being a full time photographer is closer to being realised.

www.cliftons-images.com

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Jessica Hughes

Jessica Hughes

Photographing children is my specialty. I love capturing the timeless moments of childhood to preserve the memories for generations to come. My company, Timeless Images, specializes in portraiture of these special moments.

Please visit my website at www.jessicahughes.com and my jewerly site at www.charmingjewelrydesigns.com

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Joann Tomaselli

Joann Tomaselli

I count as one of my blessings the honor to have studied with renowned landscape photographer Joel Sternfeld and Pulitzer Prize winning poet Stephen Dunn. Nestled in the Pine Barrens of southern NJ, Stockton State College provided the perfect environment to pursue a degree of my own creation in photography & creative writing. A member of IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) Atlantic City Local 917 and New York Local 1 from 1981 - 1995, I had the opportunity to work in the exciting and glorious world of stage lighting, television and movies.

Retirement from 60+ hour work weeks and a move to coastal North Carolina in '96, led me back to an old love and the new field of digital photography. These days I'm shooting with a Canon Rebel XTi and although I enjoy the instant gratification of digital I must admit feeling nostalgic for the days of darkroom work sessions!

Drop in every once in awhile to view new photos and read my travel logs. I can be reached through the contact link at www.joanntomaselli.com.

I'm glad you could come along for a look at the world through my eyes - Have fun and enjoy the view!

www.joanntomaselli.com


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Antonio Amen

António Amen

born in Oporto – Portugal on the 16th of August of 1946.
He has a lemma in photography that says:
“Photography is light, is passion is emotion fixed on time”.
He starts very early on photography, with the age of 10, he gets his first camera, and it turns his hobby for life.
For the last ten years photography is his major work.
Trough time he already won a lot of national and international prizes and participate in a lot of individual and collective exhibitions in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany and Poland.
His webpage is dedicated to his hometown, Oporto, called Porto in Photography.
www.amen.no.sapo.pt
There you will find more 4.000 photos about Oporto by themes and a lot of history. Almost all major subjects are in Portuguese and English, but you always can use the Google translator tool if you want.

On the main page you will find a link to other sites with photography by António Amen. There you will find another kind of photography.
If you are interested on António Amen photography, and you are a reader of:
www.internationalfamilymag.com , then you can send an e-mail – amen@netcabo.pt to him and you will get a very special and lower price for his photography.

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Facing the Racial Wall

Michael N. Gehm


"Facing the Racial Wall"

My photos comprise of a wide range of different works - color, b/w, and digital darkroom work. My subjects run from nature to studio work. If interested in purchasing, please contact me for prices. Please feel free to offer comments, suggestions and creative criticism.

Please visit my site at www.snapshotwillie.com for more of my work.

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Al Armiger

Al Armiger


I was born and live in New Zealand, a country of immense visual diversity and am also fortunate to have a career that takes me around the world.
My wife and I enjoy adventure travel on our vacations, both abroad and on our yacht here in New Zealand. My location, vocation and vacations combined allow me a huge platform of photographic opportunity.

I'm always on the lookout to catch those precious moments in time. It might be the expression on a face, the cast of light on a vista, the form of anatomy, the splendour of nature itself or the juxtaposition of all of these.

Occasionally I like to digitally manipulate and filter photos to an enhanced level.

www.alarmigerphoto.com

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Keny Converse

Kent Converse


Kent Converse was born and reared on a farm 14 miles northwest of Larned KS. He met Linda Galliart at Larned High School. They married in 1962 while both were attending the University of Kansas. Kent graduated in 1963 from KU with a BS of Education. He entered the US Army as a 2nd Lt. in 1964. He served in Korea and Viet Nam and was promoted to Captain. While in the army Kent was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart, six Air Medals. After he was honorably discharged from the Army he taught school for five years. In 1972 Kent left teaching for full time farming. He currently farms 2300 acres of wheat, alfalfa, milo and soybeans. Kent joined Kinsley Rotary in 1992. Kent brought the first Vietnamese Exchange Student to the US in the history of both countries in 1999. In 2001 Kent headed a drive to build the Unification Library in Viet Nam. In 2007 Kent received Rotary International’s highest award “Service Above Self.” Kent’s biggest dream in Rotary is to bring Rotary to Viet Nam. Kent and Linda have two sons, Dan and John, one daughter June, three grandsons and three granddaughters three step grandsons and two Rotary daughters Trang Nguyen and Ngat Dao of Vietnam and a Rotary son Arturo (Ed) Quintero of Panama.

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Francisco

Francisco Aliwalas


Francisco Aliwalas is a Manhattan based filmmaker. His documentaries, series, and promos have aired on MTV, Discovery Asia, and AZN. For the Travel Channel series, 5 TAKES, he had been the Director, Videographer, and Series Producer for four seasons. In addition, he is a host/producer of YOUR TRAVEL GUIDE for that same cable network. In the realm of music videos, he directed, shot, and edited six. Francisco has made web content for New York Post, Current TV, Google Travel, Ford Models, Aviation Week, General Electric, and Dress for Success. Two of his latest documentaries, as Videographer, have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and Hot Docs in Toronto. Recently, he won Best Picture, Director, and Editor at MTV World's 72 Hour Short Film Shoot-Out and his series for Conde Naste’s Concierge.com titled 24 Hours in…won Best Online Video Series as voted by Magazine Publishers of America.

http://current.com/studio/people/franciscoaliwalas

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Tina Doane

Tina Doane


I speciailize in maternity and newborn photography. I have two studios in Southern California where I live with my husband of 15 years and our four kids ages 6 to 13. I started photography about 5 years ago and am self taught. Newborns are my favorite subject to shoot.

www.tinadoane.com

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Jodi Hague

Jodi Hague


I love taking pictures of people, especially close-ups. I enjoy the challenge of capturing the character in people’s faces, to see their souls shining through their eyes. It feels so breathtaking when you've made a connection with the person your photographing, the pictures just start to flow. Being there to capture those moments is a privilege. I have a studio in my home and run my photography business from there, 'Moments by Jodi" photography. It is my dream come true to be doing something I love so much for a living. Thanks for your interest in my passion!
Sincerly, Jodi
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Timothi Graham

Timothi Jane Graham


Timothi was born and raised in New York City. While living there she studied at the prestigious International Center for Photography. She instantly fell in love with the art of black and white photography and the process of creating a beautiful archival print by hand in the darkroom. Prior to developing her skills as a photo artist, Timothi spent many years as a professional dancer in New York City, modeling and living in France, England, Germany, Italy and Japan and honing her acting chops in New York and Los Angeles on stage and in film and television productions. All these experiences developed her instincts as an emotionally intuitive artist as well as her understanding of movement and composition, giving her a very unique and complete approach to portraiture.

Timothi believes a portrait should be more than just a pretty picture. It should tell a story and reveal the simple truths that touch us all. Timothi believes in creating the most relaxing environment possible for those she photographs. She likes to meet with them before the shoot so that they can discuss, wardrobe, location and so she can spend some time developing a rapore with her subjects. She finds that when the client is relaxed and comfortable, thats when the magic happens. Timothi's style is intimate yet dramatic. She strives to create images that move and inspire.

Visit her website at www.timothiphoto.com

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Jim

Jim Kinnunen


Photography for me is the art of seeing the unique within the commonplace.

I remember looking at our family photo album and being drawn into those images. I saw photos of my dad at a lumber camp and as a crew member on a Great Lakes iron ore boat. Pictures of my mom and dad before I was born and after..pictures of myself before I had any memory. They expanded my sense of being in this world as well as the very size of the world I lived in.

Starting with an old fold out black and white camera my dad gave me..to Nikon SLR's and now my digital SLR's, I've always enjoyed photography! I am currently using a Canon EOS 5D and a 1D Mark III. I also have the following lenses: a Canon 24-105mm f/4.0 L IS, a Canon 100mm f/2.8 Macro, a Canon 180mm f/3.5 Macro, a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS, Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS and a Canon 500mm f/4.0 L IS.

I really enjoy working with Photoshop. It's like magic compared to working with Cibachrome in my old darkroom. In the digital darkroom, I can easily see what the image will look like before I print it. I currently use an Epson R2400 printer and a Canon Pixma Pro 9500.

For more, visit KinnunenPhoto.com

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K Accisano

Kristen Accisano

Manasquan NJ Childhood and Lifestyle Photographer. I specialize in capturing those moments we want to last forever. Candid on-location photography.

www.GardenLanePhotography.com
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Sandra Schlesinger

Sandra Schlesinger

I have always liked photography, but for many years raising children and teaching literature/writing at a local college were my priorities. However, in the last several years I have focused on developing my photographic skills.

I also love to travel and in the past few years have spent five months in Mexico traveling in my camper with Sophie-the-bichon, another two months in Baja traveling in the same mode and also exploring the western and southwestern states. Recently I've also been lucky enough to visit Africa several times, travel in Southeast Asia, Bali, Belize, and Peru.

I recently acquired a Canon 5D, and use my Canon 24-105 L lens most frequently and the 100-400 for wildlife.

I would love feedback of any sort on my images. I expect to be learning about photography-- and everything else-- for a long time.

For more, visit whitepelicanphotography.com

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Kellee Laser

Kellee Laser



www.kelleelaserphotography.com
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Karen Kessinger

Karen Kessinger

Photography has always been my passion. As a child I would get in everyone's face and try to get "memorable" shots. After years in the corporate world, I read a book entitled, "How Not To Come Home From Work Exhausted." It advised to pursue the things you truly love and success will follow. Shortly there after, my company "Muddy Faces Photography" was born. Well, and a third and fourth child.

I have had the privilege of earning money doing what I love best for the past two years. I am self-taught and credit fellow photographers for my growth. I regularly study other people's work and try to grow by asking a lot of questions and getting inspired by unique perspectives.

Thanks for looking at my work!

Karen Kessinger
www.MuddyFaces.com
404.317.5711

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Rebecca Kendall

Rebecca Kendall

Rebecca Kendall is a freelance writer living in New York City.
Her two children were adopted from South Korea in 2004 and 2005. 



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Brooke Allen and his kids

Brooke Allen

Brooke Allen was born in 1952 when "Brooke" was primarily a man's name. Times change and now he enjoys being nominated each year to Who's Who of American Women. He is a husband to Eve, a father of Glen and Davis and a manager of money for Maple Securities, USA, Inc.

His grandmother and father both loved to tell stories. His father had on his computer a list of over a hundred stories he intended to write but he had completed only a quarter of them when he died. It was then that Brooke decided to start writing. When people ask Brooke if all the stories he tells are true he responds, "Hmmm… let's just say they are based on true stories. But just as a poet needs license to transform facts into truth, I have taken liberties"  

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S P Mukherj

S. P. Mukherji

I first felt the need of a camera while on a holiday trip. I wasted no time and bought an Asahi Pentax K1000 SLR camera on coming back. And the journey began.

I remained totally submerged in photography until professional hazards slowly separated me from my hobby. This trend seemed to change a bit with the advent of digital camera regime and I bought a point and shoot 2MP Nikon Coolpix during the end of 2003 (the camera was soon replaced by the present one) to pursue my lost passion. The journey now has begun again.

By profession I am a full time engineer and a part time “freelance” designer
(who works for free :-) ).

www.betterphoto.com

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Ernest Tieman

Ernest F. Tiemann

I want to document my life.
I teach both English and business classes for the University of Maryland - University College. Currently I am living and teaching in Japan, but in the last four years I have taught in Germany, Belgium, Spain, the Azores, and England. Being assigned to various locations has given me the opportunity to travel and broaden my experiences of other cultures and people. Photography is a natural outgrowth of that curiosity. I relish a good image captured well for it refreshes the experience whenever I look at it.
I am married with four children (three women and one man), all of whom are currently living in Chicagoland.

For more, visit erntie.com

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Emily E. Bem

Emily E. Bem

I'm a stay at home mom of three sassy little ones. They are a real handful, but I love them. When I have more time and resources, I wish to pursue more dramatic photography. I love lighting that tells a story and shadows are as important to me as the light. I'm always looking for something a little different. I mostly use my daughters as models...sometimes my sisters and brothers are good sports too.

www.betterphoto.com


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Jessica Long

Jessica Long

Writer
I have always lived my life for the moment. As a competitive equestrian growing up in Rhode Island, I spent most of my time traveling the east coast gaining independence and making friends. After high school I went on to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Communications at Boston University, while continuing to nourish my passion for horses as captain of the BU Equestrian team. Immediately following graduation, my boyfriend and I moved across the globe to experience life in the South Pacific. I have recently returned to the States and I am now working as the Sales and Marketing Coordinator for the Rhode Island Convention Center.

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Scott Stulberg

Scott Stulberg

I've had many gifts in my life ... but maybe the best one of all was the camera my father gave me when I was ten years old. A few years later a whole new world opened up for me when my parents built a darkroom for me in our basement. Under the safelights, smelling chemicals and listening to music, I lost all track of time watching my images come to life. Although I've been using Photoshop for many years, it was the countless hours in the darkroom that made me fall in love with photography.

Scott is a photography instructor at UCLA and a stock photographer. His site is at www.asa100.com

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Ellen Blaustein

Ellen Baron Blaustein

Ellen Baron is a wife, mother and grandmother who has had three distinctive careers:
1) as an editor at an educational laboratory;
2) as a businesswoman who ran a private-label group at Black & Decker, and then served as Director of Marketing for a consumer electronics start-up company; and
3) as an academic administrator who was director of a post-baccalaureate business program.

Her 'Just Jobs' (as opposed to "Careers") included piano teacher and French tutor (her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis having been in French).

Now retired from both careers and jobs, Ellen serves on the Maryland State Attorney Grievance Commission, as well as the Boards of several non-profits. She has lived in England, Switzerland and Germany, as well as St. Louis, Boston, a suburb of Washington, D.C., and, now, Baltimore, MD.

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Rea Miranda

Rea de Miranda

I was born and raised in South Africa and started as a journalist at a small newspaper in the country where I mostly wrote about farmers and their interests. After a few years the city called and I moved to greener pastures. I have been a crime reporter for a few years as well as entertainment reporter. For a while I also wrote a lot about teen issues especially problems teenagers face like drugs, Satanism, sex, homosexuality and a host of other subjects. I write short stories, paint and read novels as a hobby. I have another son, Marco who is 15 years old.

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Tina Lai

Tina Lai

The Global Gourmet is an unique food concepts company founded in 2007 by Tina Lai. Tina Lai is a global food traveller. In her words, a food traveller is a person who goes around the world in a journey expressly for food discoveries. “My work is a travelogue of the aromas, colors and sounds that inspire me”. She takes an unique standpoint on food deriving her cooking inspirations from history, culture and personal experience.

Before becoming The Global Gourmet, Tina Lai worked for 10 years as an interior architect in New York City. By the way of her fondness of food, design and people, Tina became involved in special events and catering.

She had her start organizing a fundraiser for international multi-media artist Ibrahim Qraishi in conjunction with The Asia Society New York (June 2004). Subsequently, this event led to other cultural organizations, LANSA (Lawyers Association for South Asians, May 2005), The U.N.C.A. (The United Nations Correspondents Association, September 2005) and Chowrangi a literary and arts magazine (November, 2005).

In May 2006, Tina Lai completed the design for Pratima, an upscale ayuverdic Spa in SOHO New York. As part of her unique vision of total environment, Tina also organized the opening party with classical Indian entertainers and spectacular food presentations.

At the moment, Tina continues to travel the world to create events with cultural and corporate clients. She created “Cooking with Friends”, an intimate and interactive “cultural theme dinner party” with great success in New York, Paris and Hamburg. She hopes to take her grassroots food and wine seminar to other countries giving people the chance to experience new tastes and cultures.

Tina Lai adds to her roster of talents, a fondness for languages as well: she speaks Mandarin, Portuguese, French, Italian, Spanish, English and is now of course, learning yet a new language-- German. She is also the mother of ten-year old Emma who is French-Chinese-American who is also learning German.

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Tess

Tess Almendarez Lojacono

I am a writer/teacher/business owner, living with my husband and two small daughters in western New York. My father was Mexican, my mother, German/Irish. This mix yielded a blend of Spanish soul and peasant spirituality. It inspires me daily.

Originally from Pittsburgh, PA , I received my BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and immediately began teaching an art workshop at a nursing home that I passed each day, to and from the bus stop. Today, I run my own company, Fine Art Miracles, which specializes in fine art classes for inner city kids and for the elderly, particularly those in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Our goal is to bring fine art education to those who otherwise may not have the chance to experience it.

Because I have children and run a business, I have to find ways to eke out time for writing. I get up early. I stay up late. I take my laptop with me, everywhere I go. If I have five minutes between classes to polish a paragraph, I do it!

My stories are an attempt to illustrate the challenges and triumphs of the Hispanic American experience, struggles which are surely recognizable to us all.

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Linda Behrens

Linda Behrens

As a photographer I specialize in Heirloom Portrait Photography, studio and location. However, I take photographs everywhere I go. My goal is to not only please the eye, but to evoke emotion and touch the heart. I love photo journalism mixed with portrait photography, especially where children are concerned. I like to watch them play, and I am thrilled when I see their joy and capture the moment. Many times you don't see joy, you capture a look, or an expression that only a parent would recognize, yet defines the personality of that child. They are all expressions that are fleeting, but if caught with a camera, make it possible to create artwork that can be shared, enlarged, matted, and framed for your home, or becomes one frame in a series of photos that tell a story . All are frozen moments in the life of your child or family member.

www.lindabehrensphotography.com

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Pia Harden PIA -Passion In Art

Pia Camilla Harden

is a full-time mother of two daughters age 2 and 4, and has been writing her whole life. Pia squeezes in time here and there to work on her writing and acting career after first being Mom.

Originally from Sweden, Pia was always very attracted to both business and art. After working as an account executive for an art gallery, she left her home country at nineteen years of age. Pia lived in Switzerland, Lausanne, for two years where she for a worked and lived with children that had been through very traumatic life experiences. After that she traveled around the world, i.e. Australia,Tasmania,Thailand,Antarctica,Spain,United Kingdom and most of Europe.

Finally Pia settled in the United States and had a good artist career, got married and had two daughters with singer Bobby Harden. Pia worked as a make-up artist for nearly 20 years and did faces like Dr.Bill Cosby, Lee Iacocca, Richard Branson, and Heidi Klum, worked for for Chanel, Bobby Brown, Laura Mercier, and Frederic Fekkai. She attended NY clown school and studied with talented clowns like Dick Monday, Tiffany, Riley and Grand-ma from Big Apple Circus. Pia has also taken 10 years of acting training in NYC.

She has a Scientific education from her home country Sweden, Pia’s hobbies include Bonsai's, languages, skiing, horseback riding, martial arts, scrapbooking, and anything water.

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Cheryl Paley

Cheryl Paley

Cheryl Paley is a theatre director and writer. She is Artistic Director for The NiteStar Program, a theatre ensemble sponsored by St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center's Center for Comprehensive Care. NiteStar produces a repertory season with shows for 5th and 6th grade, middle school, high school, college and adult community outreach audiences, with a sexuality and AIDS prevention mission. She adopted her daughter Zoe from Guatemala in October, 2001.

Currently writing a book based on her own experiences as a single, adoptive, transracial mother called "She's Not Yours, Is She: Parenting Out of the Box", she is currently interviewing single moms, gay parents, transracial adoptive parents and mixed race parents for inclusion in the book. Interested contributors can contact her at CPaley1050@aol.com.

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Robert Ganz

Robert Ganz

I've been pursuing photography as a hobby for the past 5 years. I am a contest junkie, but have also been published and even had a few book covers....Betterphoto has played a large role in my success!

I will shoot just about anything and am constantly trying new things (ya gotta love digital for that)

I shoot with a 30D now, but have kept my Canon 10D as a backup.
The 1D MkII is still on my wish list...oh that and a 300 f2.8! :)

www.betterphoto.com

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Leigh-Anne Curry

Leigh-Anne Curry

Leigh-Anne realised at a young age that writing was in her blood. She started writing for a local community gazette while still at school, and at the young age of 16 already had her own opinion column in the publication. After graduating from Rhodes University with a Bachelor of Arts degree (majoring in Journalism, English and History) she went on to pursue a career in the communications industry, writing and managing an array of publications. Today, Leigh-Anne is a freelance writer, and, as a true people-person, her writing forte lies in profiling people.

For more information on Leigh-Anne and the services she offers as a freelance writer and subeditor, visit www.sayingitwrite.co.za


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Aung Myat

Aung Myat

I attend Touro College in New York City. My place of birth was Yangon, Myanmar. My dad is a doctor and a clinical coordinator for the Silberstein Aging and Dementia Research Center. I also work part-time as a clinical tester for Alzheimer's Patients at my dad's center. My mother is an auditor in the United Nations, working in the Internal Auditing Department. We moved to the United States in 1997 when I was 7. My hobbies are drawing, reading stuff of interest and philosophy and discovering new music.

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Patrick Bilder

Patrick Bilder

is a post-doctoral researcher in biochemistry at
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY.





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Eti Swinford

Eti Swinford

My art is a representation of those sites, sounds, and smells of the imagery I see around me.  Photography is a method to capture those moments.

I am a native of Florida and have long since enjoyed my surroundings and the creatures I share the world with. Florida has changed dramatically through the years. The beauty changing as well becoming subtle and dear. When it is found it must be captured!

Many things I have seen are long gone. Changed by mankind or nature herself. My regrets, I did not have the insight to take the image and preserve it.

www.etiswinford.com

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Chuck Inglefield

Chuck Inglefield

My interest in photography started in my teenage years. My great-, great-grandfather was a photographer, so I must have inherited his creativity gene. Only recenly have I resumed my hobby after almost 10 years off.

All of my work is done with digital equipment. My subject interests vary and I am always grateful for comments and straight forward critiques of my images. I hope you enjoy my gallery.

Read more about Chuck Inglefield at www.betterphoto.com

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Jim Zuckerman

Jim Zuckerman

Few people are able to spend most of their time pursuing their passion in life. I'm one of them, and I feel blessed to have had a love affair with photography since I began taking pictures.

In 1970, I decided to abort my intended career as a doctor in favor of photography and have never regretted it. Photography has enriched my life more than I can tell you. My career has taken me to over 60 countries, and I've seen and photographed wondrous things.

I specialize in wildlife and nature, international travel, and digital effects. In addition, I also shoot nudes, photo- and electron microscopy, children, and other subjects that stimulate my visual or emotional sensibilities.

www.corporatefineart.com

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Michael Wayland

Michael Wayland

Michael is a professor at Methodist University in Fayetteville NC where he teaches Business Policy and Strategy. Michael is also a Civil and Domestic mediator. His specialty is Divorce Mediation. Michael believes that trial based divorce is the most destructive and out-dated way for a couple to divorce. He is a strong advocate of Divorce Mediation, and often cites Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, (Ret.) U.S. Supreme Court who said, "Traditional litigation is a mistake that must be corrected... For some disputes trials will be the only means, but for many claims trials by adversarial contest must in time go the way of the ancient trial by battle and blood. Our system is too costly, too painful, too destructive, too inefficient for really civilized people." Michael’s overwhelming objective is to assist divorcing couples in reaching a fair out of court settlement that achieves all of their goals, is cost effective, quick, non-adversarial, protects the best interests of the children, and the parties will be comfortable living with. If you have children, high conflict court litigation most likely will affect them for the balance of their lives. If you don't have kids, it will still wear on you. Michael wants to help you avoid that. Michael will travel across the country to mediate and has offices in Columbus OH and North Carolina.

Michael can be reached at CDSOhio@yahoo.com

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Gwyneth Leach

Gwyneth Leech

A native of Philadelphia, Gwyneth Leech was educated at the University of Pennsylvania and Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland where she received her BFA and graduate degree in drawing & painting. Ms. Leech has exhibited her paintings and videos widely in Britain and in the United States, including solo exhibitions in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Philadelphia and New York City. Her work has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery in London and is included in private, corporate and public collections.

The artist's current project of Perfect Family portraits tackles same-sex parenting, mixed race marriage, trans-racial adoption and raising a child with special needs in the depiction of her New York City neighbors and friends in oils on wood panel.

The portrait series grew out of "the experience of suddenly finding myself in a Conspicuous Family after my daughter was born with Down Syndrome in 2003. I was astonished by the warmth shown by so many people towards my child, and have found myself hearing many stories about families feeling different or unusual in some may. I decided that such diversity was in need of commemoration in a formal and permanent way."

Perfect Families was first exhibited at Franklin 54 Gallery in New York City in October, 2006. The exhibit moves on to Southwest Minnesota State University Art Museum from January 23 through February 23, 2007.

Ms. Leech lives and works in New York City.

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Travis RUse

Travis Ruse

I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
I work in midtown Manhattan.

42nd & Lexington Ave., to be exact, right across from Grand Central Station.

As the crow flies, that's just 6 miles. But on the tracks, it can be three trains,
11 stops, and 45 minutes each way.

This is what I see every day commuting to and from work.

www.travisruse.com

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Susan and Neil Silverman

Susan and Neil Silverman

Susan and Neil forever seek "the Image, the Light and the Moment" through their camera lens. Together they teach workshops, photograph a multitude of subject matter: people, nature, landscape, weddings, travel, commercial and industrial sites.

Their work is represented by stock agencies both national and international and has appeared in a variety of publications including the cover of Outdoor Photography, Elle Magazine, Sierra Club, Microsoft, Pacific Rim Magazine, Cure Magazine, der Spiegel, Tamrac International Catalogue Cover, Nikon World, The Wooden boat, Sierra Club, Nikon International Catalogue, and Proceedings among many others.

www.thesilvermansphotography.com

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Donna Moratelli

Donna Rae Moratelli

"I am a Stock & assignment photographer located in Central New Jersey and specialize in creative graphic photography. I am most inspired when shooting clean, simple, graphic images with a lot of color& symbolism.

To me, photographs can instantly define an idea, a subject, or a layout.

I currently shoot with a Canon EOS 20D & Canon EOS D60 and us a variety of Canon L series lenses. I am hard-working and willing to spend as much time as it takes to capture the right angle, the best light, and the best images."

"Creativity can't be rushed"

www.donnaraephotography.com

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Howard SChatz

Howard Schatz

The photographs of Howard Schatz are exhibited in museums and photography galleries internationally and are included in innumerable private collections. He has received international acclaim for his work.

In Character: Actors Acting Schatz's sixteenth book of photographs, was published this spring by Bulfinch. Schatz photographed 100 actors of stage, screen and television, directing them in one-on-one improvisation. Botanica (Bulfinch 2005) and Athlete, (HarperCollins, 2002) were Schatz's two other most recently published books of photographs. Schatz's books are known worldwide; other titles include: Nude Body Nude; BodyKnots, Passion & Line, and Pool Light. Schatz's editorial work has been published in magazines around the world, including Time, Sports Illustrated, Vogue, Vogue Italia, GQ Italia, The New York Times magazine, The New Yorker, Stern, Life, Black/White, American Photo, Photo France, and Photo Italia. His work as been featured on the Today Show, Good Morning America, NPR, Fox Sports Network, the Discovery Channel and widely in Europe.

He has made extraordinary images for such advertising clients as Escada, Sergio Tacchini, Nike, Wolford, Etienne Aigner, Sony, Adidas, Finlandia Vodka, MGM Grand Hotel, Virgin Records, Pantene, and Mercedes-Benz.

Howard Schatz's fine art work is represented in Denver by Gallery M www.gallerym.com, in Los Angeles by the Apex Gallery www.apexfineart.com which will feature the premiere gallery exhibition of In Character: Actors Acting, opening on April 7, 2006. In New York, Schatz is represented by the Staley-Wise Gallery www.staleywise.com. A full listing of other galleries in the United States and abroad can be found in the Galleries section of Schatz's website, www.howardschatz.com

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Laurie Lesser

Laurie Lesser

Laurie is a Psychotherapist and Healer who has a private practice in New York, Los Angeles and Florida. Her Book ADULT CHILDREN OF MADNESS will be published soon, and the introduction is presented here on World of Talent.

Click here to read more about Lauren and the Introduction to her book Adult Children of Madness.



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Nancy Rosen

Nancy Rosen

i am a painter.
for me this does not require much thinking, it's like breathing.
what you see in these paintings is your own reflection, like a mirror.
to me they are quite simple; instinctive and essential.

You can view Nancy's work at her website - www.nrosen.com

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Bobby Harden

Bobby Harden

Bobby Harden began singing in church at the age of thirteen in Youngstown, Ohio.  He moved to New York City in 1989 and made his mark at the Village Gate.  He has performed everywhere from Munich to Hong Kong, and across the US.  Bobby has been featured in the Calgary Stampede Grandstand Show, performing for over 16,000 people each night for ten days. Bobby has earned international acclaim as "New York's Soul Man." Bobby's CD, 'Soul Pupose," is a project built on rich lyrical subject, generous melodies, solid grooves, and powerful vocals.  The influence of traditional R&B and soul are woven throughout this album.

Go to www.bobbyharden.com, CDBaby.com for performance dates and to purchase CD.

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Gail Dennison

Gail Dennison
Judy's House


Click here for all of Judy's stories.
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Tara White

Tara White

Photographer, Filmmaker, and Illustrator
Click here to read more about Tara and view her
photographic work.
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Jenna Reedy

Jenna Reedy

Babies, Bed Pans and the Seventh Sense

I didn't know a thing about babies. I had never fulfilled that teenage rite of passage of babysitting and I certainly didn't have any interest in it as an adult.
Diaper change? What on earth were all those tabby things for?

Click here to read the rest of Jenna's article.

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