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Canon Rebel 400D (XTi)
Kodak DuaflexII for TTV images
Holga
Olympus underwater
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    Richard Bateman  says:

    "She seems to have that ability to just capture moments in such a compelling way with a camera that makes you want to try harder the next time you push the button.

    A perfect mixture of inspiring, captivating and at times just plain silly pictures that makes her the first contact you check for updates whenever you come to visit flickr.

    Also a very pleasant lady too!"

    September 1st, 2007

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    beebo wallace says:

    "Easily one of the coolest on Flickr. I had the fortune of getting to snap a few photos with her on a couple of occasions and looking forward to getting to take more.

    She's got the eye, a great photographer she is ... but she's a good person too.

    I am glad she's a friend ..."

    February 23rd, 2007

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    ~james~ says:

    "grace*c* is one of my earliest contacts on flickr and a regular "must see" on my priority list. part alterna-chick, part eco-warrior, working gal, mom, wife, and Baltimore "hon", I go to her photostream whenever i want to see an amazing nature shot, a great candid snap, or something just totally random and weird. grace*c* is funny, smart, and real -- what you see is what you get. she's someone you would want to sit out by the campfire with, beer in hand, and watch the stars in the big night sky. oh, and i like her politics-- if she ever runs for president, she's definitely got my vote ;)"

    September 18th, 2006

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    Alt.Frames says:

    "Grace*c* has a keen sense of the macro, the ability to delve into the macrolandscape of infinity. Flowers are no longer flowers, but organic explosions. The occasional creature is now a 1950s horror movie special effect. With textures, the sense of touch is accentuated by simply looking at her compositions. Peruse her photography and you will learn. There is no way around that simple fact."

    July 10th, 2006

Joined:
January 2006
Hometown:
Upper Marlboro
I am:
Female and Taken
Occupation:
Digital Imaging and Asset Specialist
Website:
Cory Grace