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  1. 1 Julien
    June 19, 2007 at 5:12 am

    Hi Joanna,
    I’ve got some questions!
    The pictures you uploaded to your blog are really beatiful and since I am really interested in photographing, I hope you could give me some advices.Are you using any other programs beside Photoshop? And what camera are you using?
    Nice greetings,
    Julien

  2. 2 Joanna Rees
    June 19, 2007 at 4:25 pm

    Hi Joanna,

    Just found your interesting website. It’s interesting to me as we share the same christian name and surname!
    I am to be married in November this year to a man of Indian origin and my new surname will be Joseph.
    Anyway, I just thought I’d share my amazement at discovering these similarities. Its a strange feeling finding someone else with the same name.

    Keep up the blog entries,

    Best wishes,

    Joanna

  3. September 8, 2007 at 9:03 am

    Hey Julien, my wife has a Fuji S2 Pro. She’s had it for a few years and is pretty happy about it. She’s got a 18-70mm and an 18-35mm. She plans to upgrade soon to another Fuji. Joanna almost exclusively uses Photoshop, since it’s so ubiquitous with post processing.

    I have also used Adobe Lightroom, Panorama Plus and some noise reduction programs such as Noise Ninja for High ISO shots.

  4. March 6, 2008 at 4:48 am

    Dear Joanna,

    Nice to see you in class!

    The link I post here is to upload assingnments and presentations. Please take a look and every advice is acceptable so as to make progresss of my blog.

    Most important of all, some topis will be named in English; thus, you can find what you prefer to know with ease.

    By the way, please reply this message through e-mail. Thank you very much!

    All the Best!

    Benny

    http://blog.udn.com/tgot

  5. March 6, 2008 at 4:50 am

    Dear Joanna,

    Nice to see you in class!

    The link I post here is to upload assingnments and presentations. Please take a look and every advice is acceptable so as to make progresss of my blog. Most important of all, some topis will be named in English; thus, you can find what you prefer to know with ease.

    By the way, please reply this message through e-mail. Thank you very much!

    All the Best!

    Benny

    http://blog.udn.com/tgot

  6. May 30, 2008 at 10:07 pm

    Le estoy escribiendo desde la Patagonia Argentina… entre es esta pagina buscando el apellido Rees y me ha gustado muchisimo tus fotografias…. Yo tambien tengo muchas fotografias porque tambien soy fotografo pero me gusta mucho mas lo paisajistico. Un abrazo desde muy lejos…

    Translation:

    I am writing from Patagonia, Argentina… between this page is looking for the surname Rees and I liked much your photos…. I also have many photographs because I am a photographer but also much more what I like landscape. A hug from afar…

  7. July 22, 2010 at 5:26 am

    Hi Joanna,

    My name is Richard and I’m the site administrator for Cruisy (http://www.cruisy.com.tw), a brand new website for English speakers living in Taiwan. It’s up and running and I’m inviting Taiwan bloggers to contribute. At present this offer is only open to WordPress bloggers, so I really welcome you to try it out.

    The overall aim of the Cruisy website is to give people living in Taiwan a place to read and comment on the latest of Taiwan blogs, browse and comment on Taiwan Flickr photos, and catch up on international news. Featured blog entries will be promoted on the homepage, other pages throughout the site, and through the site’s facebook page.

    In the case of your blog, Joanna Rees Photography, the blog would be in the Photography section of the Blogs page, with links the Photos page and the article page. Blogs get plenty of links to the originating site and all internal links, including comments, remain in tact.

    How do you contribute your blog? Just register and click the “Yes, I want to contribute” button and, once your blog has been approved, your blog entries will automatically be grabbed and displayed as an article on Cruisy. And if, for any reason, you find it’s not right for you, you can just hit the “No, I don’t want to contribute button” on the user profile page at any time.

    You can read more about becoming a contributor at http://www.cruisy.com.tw/ and clicking the “Contribute” link at the bottom.

    I’d be interested to hear what you think!

    Regards,
    Richard Lovell
    Cruisy Site Administrator

  8. 8 sasha
    March 23, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    Hi Joanna,
    I would be forever grateful for the address of the beads store you photographed. I live in Hualien, Taiwan and am heading to Taipei to try to buy beads…but finding addresses is difficult. I’d love some help ; )
    Thanks,
    Sasha

  9. August 4, 2013 at 6:21 am

    Thank you a lot for sharing this with all people you actually know what you are talking
    approximately! Bookmarked. Please also talk over with my site
    =). We can have a link change arrangement among us


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