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Summer camp fun!

Here are some portraits of my students at the China Times Study Services English summer camp in Ilan.

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3 Responses to “Summer camp fun!”


  1. July 21, 2010 at 10:33 am

    Hi Joanna!

    I can’t honestly find a contact form for you anywhere! I’ve been reading a lot of photography sites recently hoping to find some good links for my links page, in particular good blogs.

    Do you think you’d be interested in swapping links, I’d love to put your site up in my links if you’d be happy to put me ( http://www.dmd-digital-retouching.com ) in your blogroll. I’m going to be writing up a lot more articles on digital post-processing that I hope photographers will find interesting.

    If not, don’t worry, and the best of luck with your PhD studies. My partner is hoping to start hers this year.

    Kindest Regards,
    Danny

    You can contact me via my website if you’d like to, unfortunately spammers jump all over emails in blog posts :/

  2. July 22, 2010 at 2:29 am

    Hi Danny, I added the link. Your site is very helpful with information and pointers concerning photoshop. It would be good to see examples of your re-touched work which must be very time consuming.

  3. July 22, 2010 at 5:17 am

    Hi Joanna, thanks! It’s appreciated, although it’s the wrong link!

    I don’t really update that wordpress site anymore, I just use the account to keep up with a few blogs. My blog is now at http://www.dmd-digital-retouching.com , would you mind changing it for me?

    On my new site the old wordpress posts are all present, along with more articles with tutorials, tips and a piece on ethics I’m currently writing should be up soon. There are also before and after examples in the portfolio section.

    On the subject of time-consuming, absolutely! Around 3-8 hours per image usually.

    Thanks again for putting me up there, I’ll be sure to make the content worth a visit for your readers and send some of mine back here 🙂

    All the best,
    Danny


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