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Very interesting, Kathryn.  You've found a niche that in enviable and seems to offer nonstop subject matter as archaeology continues to finds new sites. Not to mention nonstop mental stimulation :).  Makes me wonder how this might apply to architectural photography.

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On Sat, Jan 30, 2016 at 2:46 PM, Kathryn Killackey <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I published two guest posts in January on the blog Savage Minds, a popular sociocultural anthropology blog. I discuss how I use analogue and digital techniques in my archaeological illustrations. If you're interested in reading them you can find the posts here:

http://savageminds.org/2016/01/21/analog-to-digital-and-back-again-part-i/

http://savageminds.org/2016/01/27/analogue-to-digital-and-back-again-part-ii/

best,

Kathryn

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