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Rado Australia/Alaska Collaboration
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Posted by Loptos (46.029.401.292) on March 05, 2004 at 11:32:45:
I have gone through your photographs, and I am impressed, great content. Thank you.
There appears to be a number of good photographs, however, as you ask in one of your pages I am willing to give you a helping hand with editing, this work deserves it. While you have an excellent construction and photography skills, your written English is not natural (PLEASE DO NOT BE INSULTED!!!). I propose that if you help me by answering my questions (by email) as I go through the construction process, I will create a document that you can distribute with your photos to your English speaking clients. As I mentioned to you before, my hope is to be in Alaska in Autumn of 2004 to check out the scene to see if such a venture is viable. That means that my construction would not be starting until sometime in October or November, obviously it's inside (or maybe even later in spring 2005).
By the way, your price for your work is FAR TOO CHEAP! Ask for more money for your CD and photos! It is clear saving time - money - hassle.
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