February 29th, 2004


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Models Wanted
for long-term portrait photography sessions

I am looking for someone who is not typical model material and whom would be comfortable sharing portions of their everyday life and routine with myself and my camera. I am very interested in people who are not phased by a clicking shutter and someone quietly tagging along behind them, documenting various moments of their day.

Gender - not important, location negotiable, compensation would be regular visits by yours truly - excessive artistic discussions/field=trips - and online access to all of the photos.

Again, I am looking for people who are comfortable sharing their everyday routine with a photographer at odd points in their day. Why don't we meet up for coffee and talk about our ideas/feelings towards the project. I have come up with a few concrete ideas of series I wanted to do if models are interested in single projects specifically.

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I might point out...

In refrence to this post

Bill Reed joined K-ROCK, so the new station that your all so happy doesn't have DJs now does. However he's on Afternoons.

And are we sure it's owned by Clear Water? Etercom seems to own all the stations areound here. 99.9, 1077. I was convinved that Entercom owned 104.9 but a quick check on the site and it notes Clear Water.

Anyway just thought I'd point that out. Mostly because I heard it this morning when I drove my landlord to the airport.
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Anyone know where I can find one for cheap, or does anyone have an extra one they can sell me? I don't care if it holds one or three, I just want one, and soon.

Your help is appreciated! :)
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