kevin mcvay
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Hello there. First things first, thank you for stopping by my brief profile. I emigrated with my family from the Middle East in the early 70's. As a young boy my first hobby was photography. This would become a lifelong passion. My first camera was a Nikkormat FT with a 50mm f1.4 lens. I also worked with large 4x5 format. I studied photography at the School of Graphic Art, Sydney. Worked as a Technical Assistant Photographer for NPWS & various news publishing companies. I served with First/Nineteen Battalion ROYAL N.S.W Infantry. I am just another ambitious photographer. For me, photography means stopping and preserving time for a split second. Capturing the beautiful, and sometimes the ugly moments of life, is all part of my work. These aren't just photos, but moments in my life. I was inspired to get involved in photography by my uncle who would use creative methods in photographing my family that animated the traditional family photo. The challenge to capture the fleeting moment was what I enjoyed the most. Being able to share those special moments with others is a bonus. I want everyone who looks at my photographs to know that your enjoyment is my goal. I appreciate all your comments, and am glad to bring some small vision of places special to my heart to you. My most recent work is at the top of my portfolio, but do take time to look at all my work. Thanks again for spending time to look at my photos.

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Dear Friend, Very glad that you visited my gallery and offered very nice comments and Likes and Ys.....Thank You......

Очень красивый вид! L+

Dear ssSUH ,

Thank you very much for your appreciated comments and For LIKE: 12

Greetings, elakramine

Beautiful shot from daily life. YSL

Best greetings from India, Anand.

Great focus point as well excellent night photography, my best regards from Miami Fl. (Like & Favorite)

Hi Rudy thank you!

thank you Claudio, greetings, charles

If there is Justice, all Armenian landz will be free from azeri occupants and returned to Armenians (Artsvashen, Shahumyan, Gyulistan, Shamkhor, Zaglig..... and all all our lands). There wasn't such a country named Azerbaijan till 1918. Read History, then write your coments isikamanar

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