Wikipedia:Wikipedians/Photographers

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A great many people have contributed photographs to Wikipedia. Many of those photographs were found on the Net; others were created by the Wikipedian. To appear on this list you must be a Wikipedian who has contributed your own work to the project.

Please include a link to your User page and also to a Wiki gallery of your work, if you maintain one. You may also want to add yourself to Wikipedia:Photo Matching Service.

If you would be happy to respond to requests for photographs, please add your location and details of the type of photographs you can contribute. If you have specific skills or technical equipment that enables you to take difficult or technical pictures, please specify as that helps users to direct requests to the appropriate place.

Add yourself in alphabetical order and please keep any comments very short.

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