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Act Art - 3rd photography seminar with Nacho Kamenov
Bulgaria

A photographic seminar with renowned nude and potrait photographer Nacho "Kubeto" Kamenov was carried in Alex Stand Studio, Plovdiv, Bulgaria on 20-21.Nov.2010.

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Uploaded: 22/11/2010
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