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Lightstalkers Update

Hey everybody — just a quick note to let you know about some stuff we’ve got coming up…

In order to deal with growing traffic (1m+ pageviews/month), we are moving to a new server and installing some new server code; we’re in testing now, and will post when we have a date picked out for the necessary downtime. I’m hoping it’ll be in the next couple weeks, and the site shouldn’t be down for more than a couple beers.

The update is now tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, March 29, at 10pm EST. Downtime should be 90 minutes. (Unforeseen complications may prolong the downtime but we’ll try to keep it to a minimum.)

Once we’re back up and running on the new server, we’re full-steam-ahead on new features, improvements, and announcements. Thanks for your support!

by Shinji Kuwayama at 2006-03-19 13:56:27 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Chicago , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→

29 Mar 2006 00:03

How is Lightstalkers connected with Digital Railroad? Is it hosted by them? Are you now moving to another ISP/host?


by Terry Kane | 19 Mar 2006 16:03 | Cheshire, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Two beers? I’m a fast drinker!

Shinji, may you never have to pay for a beer ever again.

You’re a brilliant man.

by Paul Treacy | 19 Mar 2006 17:03 (ed. Mar 19 2006) | | Report spam→
Shinji, may God (or a Goddess) bless you for all the effort you put in this site.

by Luis E. Andrade | 19 Mar 2006 18:03 | Philadelphia Metro Area, United States | | Report spam→
Shinji, a big thanks to you and the whole crew.


by Wayne E. Yang | 19 Mar 2006 20:03 | | Report spam→
I’ll second those thanks — and wishes for beer — on behalf of all us rubes out here.  Good luck with it, and cheers.

by Jonathan G. Williams | 19 Mar 2006 20:03 | | Report spam→
Let me also add a thanks for a great resource, a great group of admins and also a great bunch of like minded individuals helping to navigate the pea soup that is photojournalism these days.

by Nayan Sthankiya | 19 Mar 2006 22:03 | Seoul, Korea (South) | | Report spam→
Thanks for a awesome forum. If ya ever in Japan I owe ya a beer or 5. Thanks again.

by Bruce Meyer | 20 Mar 2006 05:03 (ed. Mar 20 2006) | Tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→
…and a bottle of wine when you would like to come in Rome! Congrats for your work here.

by Andrea Ruggeri | 20 Mar 2006 07:03 | Rome, Italy | | Report spam→
we’ve got more than 900 different beers in Belgium…waiting for you…they are not all bad…congrats for making this photogs’ home so comfortable…

by [former member] | 20 Mar 2006 15:03 | working like mad in Brussels, Belgium | | Report spam→
though I prefer wine and whiskey, one lovely thing i say about Toronto: the beer’s everywhere and what extraordinary quality, diversity, fecundity (;)))) and, shit, all the rest: just like the masterwork u have put together for this wicked world sown together by cameras (and probably inexorable loneliness, or drunkeness;)) )…

as always, hats off, big time for U Mr. Shinji…


by [former member] | 20 Mar 2006 21:03 | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
Shinji: Hoping that it all goes well & with the least amount of stress & strain on you ’n yours as is possible! Looking forward to whatever else you guys have up your marvelous sleeves…

by Didi S. Gilson | 21 Mar 2006 05:03 | Port Stephens, NSW, Australia | | Report spam→
Thanks very much, and my thanks to Teru, Eugene, and the rest of the core crew here. Much respect.

Terry, to answer your question — no, we’re not affiliated with Digital Railroad. We do try to cooperate, like showing a DRR feed in your profile, but that’s about the extent of the relationship.

More updates to come…

by Shinji Kuwayama | 21 Mar 2006 10:03 | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→

how about polling members about selling a single, well-placed ad spot, e.g. top-right of screen above the Participants/Network list? If no one objected and the wasn’t (a) moving Flash animation (b) too disturbingly ugly (i.e. annoying), wouldn’t that a reasonable way for you to cover some of your costs? Just a thought.

by David Gross | 21 Mar 2006 11:03 | Istanbul, Turkey | | Report spam→
Yeah, we’re actively developing ideas for funding. Ads like you describe are possible, but we’re considering a range of options, and will probably settle on a multilateral approach to funding. Will post more when I know more!

by Shinji Kuwayama | 21 Mar 2006 13:03 | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→

This is my virgin post as I’ve only been a member for about an hour now but I just want to congratulate you,and your team, for creating an amazing community. Well done!

by [former member] | 21 Mar 2006 23:03 (ed. Mar 21 2006) | Montreal, Canada | | Report spam→
Shinji, I ’don’t know how we are going to survive 90 minutes without LS!!!!

by [former member] | 26 Mar 2006 23:03 | Phnom Penh, Cambodia | | Report spam→
Shinji, may God (or a Goddess) bless you for all the effort you put in this site


by [former member] | 29 Mar 2006 14:03 | | Report spam→
It’s the BEST here!!! Keep up the amazing work. There’s not enough beer in Belgium to pay all of you.

by Rick Edwards | 30 Mar 2006 05:03 | New York City, United States | | Report spam→
Ok folks — we’re now on the new server and things are going ok so far. DNS is still propagating, which means some people are now seeing the site, and others may still see the “upgrading” page. If you find any errors or oddities, send me a note at support@lightstalkers.org. Thanks,

by Shinji Kuwayama | 30 Mar 2006 06:03 | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→
New look! I like it. Well done. But looks like (as of 7.30 am London time) all the user photos have gone (nothing in profiles or galleries).

by John Perkins | 30 Mar 2006 06:03 (ed. Mar 30 2006) | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Yes, images are moving over at a slower rate, but they are coming…

by Shinji Kuwayama | 30 Mar 2006 06:03 | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→
There’s also a 404 link from the front page.


I think this is because the title has a slash in it, so it’s maybe not related to the move. I think we all owe you several beers!

by John Perkins | 30 Mar 2006 06:03 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Thanks for the tip, John, it’s fixed. I think I must own a brewery by now…

by Shinji Kuwayama | 30 Mar 2006 06:03 | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→
The text formatting ability has been removed from “post a reply” area. I am using firefox on a mac (os x 10.3.9)

by david bram | 30 Mar 2006 07:03 (ed. Mar 30 2006) | New Mexico, United States | | Report spam→
Yes, unfortunately, the formatting toolbar is no more. It worked ok in Firefox, but browser compatibility was a constant headache. It also introduced complications at the server level which weren’t worth the time to manage. The good news is that we now have full Textile support; the “formatting tips” link has more information on that, and we’ll plan on fleshing that out soon.

by Shinji Kuwayama | 30 Mar 2006 08:03 (ed. Mar 30 2006) | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→
Hej Shinji,
It’s not possible to mail support@ – the mail is returned. Also when you click on someone in the network panel, the profile opens in that panel.
Some Danish beer here for you too!

by Simon Anstey | 30 Mar 2006 08:03 | Copenhagen, Denmark | | Report spam→
I’m getting a small error in recent posts section… Time is listed “1549 days ago”… Possibly this is just a time error and there is still much info to transfer but I thought I would point it out to you…

And about the beer… I am really sorry, There isn’t any good beer here in India. Oh the days of the North Western U.S. Micro Breweries. Beer is definatly a drawback of living in India, so, if you come here, I would be glad to buy you a beer but would better recomend you to B.Y.O.B.


by Jeremy Rushane | 30 Mar 2006 11:03 | Dharamsala, India | | Report spam→
Hey Shinji
I’m not able to see members photo galleries anymore and miss some information in the publication list Do we need to reupload all images?


by Alessandra Benedetti | 30 Mar 2006 11:03 | Rome, Italy | | Report spam→
yeah, no images anywhere to be seen yet, and clicking on the manage gallery link just takes me to a search page. Aside from that everything looks great. plenty of good beer in england but i imagine i’d have to fight off a host of lightstalkers members to buy you one. maybe we should hire a pub for the night.

by [former member] | 30 Mar 2006 11:03 | wiltshire, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Shinji. Just a little one to add… I’m always seeing that I have unread messages, even though I have read them all and exited the page. I’m using Mac/Safari. Cheers. Colin.

by Colin Dutton | 30 Mar 2006 12:03 | Conegliano, Italy | | Report spam→
Shinji Too be honest I am so far unimpressed. The overall look is better but the formatting bar was essential. At least let ue have an option for font change & critically SPELL CHECK My spelling is pretty good but I like so many other people rely on spell check just for the speed so we can type thoughtfully without having to go to the book shelf for the Oxford heavy book(Dictionary) & where are all the gallery images? & the member profile images? I’m sure it’s all in hand but a whinge every now & again keeps us all on our toes.

Love Mark

by [former member] | 30 Mar 2006 13:03 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
By the way the English still make some head spinning real ales drunk in copious amounts by Cromwells army & real beer drinkers ever since. Not for you guys who like “Cold Beer”… anyway you probably would’nt let me buy you a pint now I have whinged in my previous posting. Good drinking whatever you guys (& Girls) like & remember to do it moderatly.

by [former member] | 30 Mar 2006 13:03 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Mark, apart from the spell check function, the other functions of the toolbar are now automatically performed when you type in the text. I just tested it and the diacritical marks I need to write Spanish all come through fine — and I dont have to interrupt the flow by clicking on the annoying toolbar and searching for the correct character. The bold function is created when you bracket the text with asterisks, the italic by bracketing with two little underlines, and a link is created by putting the name or text describing the link between quote marks followed immediately (no space) by a colon and the URL, like this: Here is where you will find the Textile site.

by Jon Anderson | 30 Mar 2006 13:03 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | | Report spam→
And as you can see it all works! Genius!! All you have to do to perform these tasks is learn the formatting rules, which are simple enough (if I can do it, any of you can).

by Jon Anderson | 30 Mar 2006 13:03 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | | Report spam→
Shinji I apologise unreservedly for being an arse. I realised how it all worked after I made previous posts & was about to retract my whinge then the phone rang & I got side tracked.
Thanks for explaining everything Jon but if I had taken the time to read the “Formatiing Tips” posted by Shinji I would not be writing this.
Anyway if any of you guys are ever in the UK get stuck in to some real ales & get drunk like Cromwells army. Have a good day!


by [former member] | 30 Mar 2006 14:03 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
errr..I cant login under my account.

i type my name and password and nuthin happens.

however, I have two bottles of Bishops finger in the fridge.

by [unverified member] | 30 Mar 2006 15:03 (ed. Mar 30 2006) | | Report spam→
Hi everyone, thanks for the feedback. I have my hands full at the moment, as you can imagine, but I want to let you know we’re still working on the transition. In particular, photos are coming back today — it’s just taking longer than anticipated.

With regard to the other issues you’ve mentioned, they’ll be taken care of soon. In the meantime, try to bear with us… managing seven thousand accounts and over 75,000 photos has its challenges!

by Shinji Kuwayama | 30 Mar 2006 15:03 | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→
Excuses, excuses… :-)

Seriously though, you guys deserve sainthood or something in those general lines (willing and able virgins included) :-)


by Luis E. Andrade | 30 Mar 2006 15:03 | Philadelphia Metro Area, United States | | Report spam→
75,000 photos? Wow.

by John Perkins | 30 Mar 2006 16:03 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Hey Shinji !! This is getting better by the minute. The “inner circle” thing is very cool. I am exploring to see if I find something new.
Thank you Shinji . Great work !

by Alex Reshuan | 30 Mar 2006 17:03 | | Report spam→
rss feed ist not working yet. i guess you guys will get that sorted that out too.
nevertheless, great job!

p.s. i am a opera user. before ls wasn’t working that well with opera but now it does!! thanx again ;-)

by Oliver Dietze | 30 Mar 2006 18:03 (ed. Mar 30 2006) | saarbruecken, Germany | | Report spam→
Shinji, the site is a joy, just as it’s always been…

-Chet Gordon.
New York.

by [former member] | 30 Mar 2006 21:03 | NYC, United States | | Report spam→
Shinji, the site is a joy, just as it’s always been…

-Chet Gordon.
New York.

by [former member] | 30 Mar 2006 21:03 | NYC, United States | | Report spam→
Hi Shinji,

no pics in my gallery and personal image is missing as well.
Thanxs for your big efforts on this site.

by Roger Koeppe | 31 Mar 2006 00:03 | La Paz, Bolivia | | Report spam→
Hi Shinji, as of 8.30am Friday London time, I’m getting alot of pages come up dark grey, including this one. Looks like the page has 2 HTML elements, 2 body elements, etc. Also, I get redirected after a few minutes.


This page also has “System error, staff has been notified and will address the issue immediatly” on the right where people’s names are usually listed. Is anyone else getting this?

UPDATE: one hour later and things seem to have gotten back to normal. Hurrah!

by John Perkins | 31 Mar 2006 07:03 (ed. Mar 31 2006) | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
hi shinji,
i have just tried the new rss feed address for “recent posts”. it works well, only can’t i see the posters name. ‘from’ is always “recent posts at lightstalkers”.

by Oliver Dietze | 31 Mar 2006 08:03 | saarbruecken, Germany | | Report spam→
Hi everyone, thanks for your support and feedback during the transition. Normally I would try to respond to everyone individually, and address all your notes — today it’s not possible, so sorry if I haven’t responded to your email.

Looking through this thread I see many things mentioned which have now been fixed, and some that haven’t. (In particular, we’re researching some odd login issues, some general text formatting issues.) Photos are back, though, and the site is already faster, which is nice.

Anyway, we’re stabilizing. When I have a bit more time I’ll try to post a Lightstalkers update update, and try to address some of the feedback we’ve received. Thanks again everyone…

by Shinji Kuwayama | 31 Mar 2006 08:03 | | Report spam→
I didn’t write that above!!! Why is my name there?! I even have access to edit the text!

by Davin Ellicson | 31 Mar 2006 09:03 (ed. Mar 31 2006) | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Hi everyone!
i still can’t see part of the photos, just to let jou know.

by Quique Kierszenbaum | 31 Mar 2006 13:03 | Jerusalem, Israel | | Report spam→
This is an interesting bug. How come Gary Knight is in my inner circle now? I’ve never said more than 3 words to him in my whole life. Can’t say lightstalkers doesn’t bring people closer together!

by John Perkins | 31 Mar 2006 14:03 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
second that John, it’s a new form of cyberintimacy!

by Simon Anstey | 31 Mar 2006 18:03 | Copenhagen, Denmark | | Report spam→
Shinji, you are the man! You have an open beer account in Brussels…but you knew that already! It seems to stabilize itself very nicely in the last few hours…
7000 members? 75000 pictures? isn’t this slightly more than the World Press Photo? In a year and a half?
Will the 900 original different Belgian beers ever be enough to thank you?

by [former member] | 31 Mar 2006 20:03 | working like mad in Brussels, Belgium | | Report spam→
John, you think that is intimate: everybody on LS is in my inner circle suddenly, and I had just finished deleting everyone from the original list in order to begin with a fresh slate. I mean all of you are now showing up with an inner circle tag! I had no idea we have been friends for so long. LS brings us together like no other website.

by Jon Anderson | 31 Mar 2006 21:03 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | | Report spam→
Everybody is in my inner circle too (happy), but only on a post page such as this. On the LS home page, I have no inner circle peeps (Sad). Not that I had many to begin with.

Thanks once again for your brilliant work Shinji.

Will a paragraph break now work in Safari without coding?

by Jethro Soudant | 31 Mar 2006 21:03 (ed. Mar 31 2006) | Buffalo, NY, United States | | Report spam→
Almost I guess. Won’t skip line.

by Jethro Soudant | 31 Mar 2006 21:03 | Buffalo, NY, United States | | Report spam→
Adding a publication works…except if you want to edit it, then the photographer CHANGES, I just became TWO different LS photgraphers from California!!! (including a GIRL!!!)

by [former member] | 31 Mar 2006 21:03 | working like mad in Brussels, Belgium | | Report spam→
The drag and drop is great in the gallery, but seems like the 30 image limit doesnt work, site seems to allow you to upload as many as you like.

Thanks again for a great place to hang

by Nayan Sthankiya | 31 Mar 2006 23:03 | Seoul, Korea (South) | | Report spam→
  • We’re actually phasing out the term “Inner Circle”, in favor of “private network”. For sanity’s sake I’m going to take the tab off member badges for right now, until we can find a very clear way to illustrate the concept. (Just click on “My Networks” to see your setup, in the meantime.)
  • Bruno, that bug is fixed — can you tell me which publication records got messed up, so I can fix them?
  • I’m working out a better solution for text formatting in general, which will also address the line breaks issue.
  • Nayan, thanks for the tip on the galleries.

Thanks everyone,

by Shinji Kuwayama | 01 Apr 2006 00:04 | Chicago, United States | | Report spam→
How come I can’t add publications to my profile?

by Lina Haskel | 01 Apr 2006 01:04 | New York City, United States | | Report spam→
Hey Shinji, thank you, thank you, thank you. Amazing job you did and thank you for this network. I’m hooked and always advertise it to others I meet.
In the previous version clicking on a thread always brought me to the last message entered, the bottom of the page, now it stays at the top. Is it possible to enable that again?
The other quirk I noticed is that when clicking on the gallery button the window opens not to the full size to show the whole image.
I discovered a lot of little things that I never noticed before, great stuff. I love the map feature in the Member Directory, that’s so cool. One question for you, what is the public/private key in the profile for? Really couldn’t ever figure that one out. While I’m at it, is it possible to add a feed fom my photoshelter account into the box for the drr link. I’m not sure what a javascriptfeed is.
Thanks, Andreas

by Andreas Kornfeld | 01 Apr 2006 04:04 | NYC, United States | | Report spam→
Hi, Just thought I’d mention that the publications on profiles don’t list the title of the piece or the link that goes with it. Also the option to select which ones appear on your profile isn’t there.

Sure you know this anyway but thought I’d mention. Great site, been very useful to me so far this year, long may it continue. Best wishes, Phil.

by Phil Coomes | 01 Apr 2006 06:04 | Kiev, Ukraine | | Report spam→
1. I noticed the rss doesn’t really work. I use netnewswire lite, the incoming messages are random.
2. I always have to log in. In the previous version I stayed logged in, which was a lot easier. Happens on Safari and Firefox.
3. Links in threads open in the same tab/window, pleeeeease, can you fix that. It works in the member profile correctly and opens a new window.

How can we, the LS members, help out. I noticed that November Eleven is a non-profit. Are you a registered 501c, or whatever you have to be for taking tax deductible donations? I for one would be totally ready to fork over some money for this great community. I know we would be a lot less on this list, if a fee would be required, but I also believe a lot of us would support keeping this community well and ad-free.
EP charges $50, I just signed up with Mediabistro for $49, my website costs $20, photoshelter $6, DRR $50. DSL $16, etc.
The tought of having ads on here is a real turn-off. I hope I didn’t create to many enemies just now.


by Andreas Kornfeld | 02 Apr 2006 21:04 | NYC, United States | | Report spam→
Hey Shinji, thanks for all the hard work on the site. I know everyone appreciates it!

The publications list on my profile seems a little wonky, missing mm/dd/yy and such – as well as the two most recent publications, which were there a few days ago (before the migration.) Is this something I can fix myself? Or should I shut up and be more patient? :)

by [former member] | 02 Apr 2006 22:04 | New York City, United States | | Report spam→
Hey, LSS team!!
Thanks a lot !!!!! If your are not too drunks héhé , the next round will be mine !

by [former member] | 02 Apr 2006 22:04 | | Report spam→
I, absolutely, am willing to pay for a “membership”. $50/year is peanuts compared with the information, knowledge, friends and yes people, the business opportunities which this community affords ALL of us! :)))…i think you and teru should consider this. November 11th should receive help for everything that happens here. If i knew anything about programing I’d pitch in. I think we should consider this! Im with Andreas…and I’ve said it before. Small fee is nothing compared with the risidual benefits I (as a person and photographer)receive by being a “member”…..:)…its an option we should consider :))…if i was a young photographer, i think a year here would benefit more than a semester of listening to lecturers ;))))…or this: its the cheapest text book i know ;)) bob

by [former member] | 02 Apr 2006 22:04 | Toronto, Canada | | Report spam→
Shinji: Great job on a great website—but you know that by now.

I’m having some difficulty re-organizing my gallery. It’ll let me drag and drop my images into order—and they appear to be sorted. But if I leave LS and come back, then the gallery has been scrambled again. Is this a new feature to make us think twice about leaving lightstalkers : ) (btw: I’m using Safari)

I wouldn’t mind paying a small fee either—the lower the fee the greater our diversity. But how do you work out payment with so many countries and currencies represented? Do you say that everyone must have 50 bucks and a credit card regardless of the economy that they’re a part of? I’d love to see Shinji & co. generously rewarded—Is there a way to do that without making it costly to many of the photographers that are from the countries that we travel to to shoot? Sliding scale?

by Mark Manger | 03 Apr 2006 00:04 | Denver, United States | | Report spam→
I’ll pay $50 too, but only if Bob posts more poetry and offers us more of his esoteric ponderings .:))) The board has been getting a bit lopsided towards the gear and fixer queries.

Oh yeah, email notification of new posts doesn’t seem to be working properly. Other than that, transition seems to be smoothing out.

by Jethro Soudant | 03 Apr 2006 00:04 | Buffalo, NY, United States | | Report spam→
Shinji, this site has changed my life man. Much appreciated.


by Bryce Krynski | 03 Apr 2006 02:04 | Calgary, Canada | | Report spam→
Just out of interest how is this site currently funded? I only joined last summer but i’d love to know the original idea behind lightstalkers and whether anyone thought it would get as large as this (7000 odd members is a lot). However, as much as i don’t want ads plastered all over the site, it’s possible that by paying a fee we would lose some of the diversity and make it more elitist: less students, less non-photographers and so on. How about a two tier membership? Normal membership is free but a small fee for a gallery page or the ability to send private messages perhaps? Something like that.

by [former member] | 03 Apr 2006 10:04 | wiltshire, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
And Bob Black, you’re absolutely right. I’ve learnt more here reading posts than i did in three years at university. I always recommend it to young students. Jon Anderson’s recent lengthy tutorial posts should be mandatory reading at the place i studied. Thumbs up, thanks and future beers to all involved in making this site what it is.

by [former member] | 03 Apr 2006 10:04 | wiltshire, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Since I brought it up,
I was thinking in terms of donations, and if November 11 is a 501c (my wife says the correct IRS naming would be 5013c, I’m not sure) it would be tax deductible for us in the US (only). If there were a set membership fee I agree that there would be less diversity, less editors (which I always invite when I write, talk and see them, I might print a lightstalkers.com link on a separate business card). And of course the problem with billing and different economies, which paypal could be used for. Just throwing it out there.
This is by far the most useful and fun online community for me.

by Andreas Kornfeld | 03 Apr 2006 11:04 | NYC, United States | | Report spam→
Donations could be an answer. My ex-girlfriend belonged to some indie music forum site. It was vaguely similar to Lightstalkers: threads, forums, member profile pages etc, and with about 6000 members. It was entirely funded by voluntary donations. On the front page was a box showing how much cash they needed to keep afloat for the coming year and i guess that people donated accordingly. I, for one, won’t mind throwing cash at Lightstalkers when i have some and i imagine that many people here would feel the same, but a flat fee could prove problematic and ultimately blunt the site.

by [former member] | 03 Apr 2006 11:04 | wiltshire, United Kingdom | | Report spam→

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Paul  Treacy, Photographer Paul Treacy
London , United Kingdom ( LGW )
Luis E. Andrade, I shoot and I write Luis E. Andrade
I shoot and I write
Philly Metro Area, Jersey Side , United States
Wayne E. Yang, Writer/Photographer Wayne E. Yang
Kaoshiung , Taiwan
Jonathan G. Williams, Jonathan G. Williams
Washington D.C. , United States
Nayan Sthankiya, Visual Journalist Nayan Sthankiya
Visual Journalist
Saskatoon , Canada
Bruce Meyer, Photog/teacher Bruce Meyer
Tokyo , Japan
Andrea Ruggeri, Photographer Andrea Ruggeri
Roma , Italy
Didi S. Gilson , Writer, Photographer Didi S. Gilson
Writer, Photographer
Anna Bay, Nsw , Australia
David Gross, Photographer David Gross
Los Gatos , United States ( SJO )
Rick Edwards, Photographer Rick Edwards
New York City , United States
John Perkins, Photographer John Perkins
Cairo , Egypt ( CAI )
david bram, Photographer david bram
New Mexico , United States
Simon Anstey, Photographer Simon Anstey
Malmö , Sweden ( X )
Jeremy Rushane, Web Dev, Photographer Jeremy Rushane
Web Dev, Photographer
Seattle , United States
Alessandra Benedetti, Photographer Alessandra Benedetti
Rome , Italy
Colin Dutton, Photographer Colin Dutton
Conegliano , Italy
Jon Anderson, Photographer & Writer Jon Anderson
Photographer & Writer
Ocala Florida , United States
Graeme, Graeme
Out There Somewhere , Afghanistan
Alex Reshuan, Photographer Alex Reshuan
Guayaquil , Ecuador
Oliver Dietze, Photoreporter Oliver Dietze
Saarbruecken , Germany ( FRA )
Roger Koeppe, Freelance Photojournalist Roger Koeppe
Freelance Photojournalist
Munich , Germany ( MUC )
Davin Ellicson, Photographer Davin Ellicson
New York , United States
Quique Kierszenbaum, Photographer, Journalist Quique Kierszenbaum
Photographer, Journalist
Jerusalem , Israel
Jethro Soudant, Photographer Jethro Soudant
Buffalo, Ny , United States
Lina Haskel, Photographer Lina Haskel
Wichita , United States
Andreas Kornfeld, Photographer Andreas Kornfeld
[undisclosed location].
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Photographer/Photo Editor
London , United Kingdom
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Istanbul , Turkey
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Dominical , Costa Rica


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