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~~~ I ain't afraid of No Ghosts! ~~~
Model Assignment: Looking for a Damsel in Distress! ~~~ Spooky Spring Fling in the Haunted Forest along the Gunpowder River in White Marsh, Maryland! ~~~ Anyone interested please contact me here or email at email@example.com. To see some of my work go to ~~~ http://ulocal.wbaltv.com/stanwoodswalker
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I have been involved in photography for over 10 years and have developed my own style and technique, see below for details. If you wish to build on or update your portfolio, or even if you're just starting out, then please feel free to get in touch with me. This is about being creative and having fun. I prefer shooting outdoors since I love the woods and natural settings.
A little bit about myself: I worked in the mental health field for over 20 years, working with the mentally retarded and mentally ill/substance abuse adult population. I have a degree in Psychology at Towson University. I also worked over 10 years in the computer field. I rode motorcycles for 10 years throughout the year discovering the wonders and majesty of our country. In 1971, after serving 4 years in the Navy, I traded my 1969 Rally Sport Camaro in for a 750cc Norton motorcycle. I only rode motorcycles for the next 10 years. During that span of time, I owned two Nortons and two BMWs.
I am currently establishing a new approach to Photo Enhancement. I call it Photo Enhancement Technology ~ (P.E.T). My work involves focusing not just on the photograph but setting up a special background effect whether natural or computer generated. In essence, creating an atmosphere to complement the subject. The photograph is not the final product for me. Its just one piece of the work. I believe my submitted work will clarify what I am trying to convey. A Photograph is worth a "thousand words"...(smile).
I expect the model to work with me as a team and I will consider your opinion before~during~and after the shoot.
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