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Saturday, February 16, 2008
The Washington Post site has a beautiful and interesting collection of "panoramic" images from Tokyo, Japan. Actually, they are interactive, 360 degree captures of twelve unique locations. To see the full collection, click HERE.
I'm a Lexington native who has studied and worked in photography since the late 90’s. I began working with the camera as a college student at Asbury College, finishing a BA in Art. Later, I attended the Savannah College of Art and Design where I earned an MFA in photography.
Currently, I am a full-time Assistant Professor at Georgetown College, teaching photography and digital media. Outside of the classroom, I also work as a freelance photographer.