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nickjohnsondotnet, Photographer

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eugene,  Oregon

A few things you should know about me:

I am a published fashion, beauty and commercial shooter.  I live in Eugene Oregon.

I have an extensive portfolio that spans more than a dozen years of professional experience.  Please do not assume that I wish to build yours for you for free.  Concepts outside of my own artistic pursuits will require payment.

That being said, when shooting with me expect to have...   read more
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