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De studio van fotograaf Rens Plaschek
Netherlands

Fotograaf Rens Plaschek werkt al 24 jaar op de locatie in de Pauwstraat. U kunt er terecht voor portretten, bruiloft reportages, zakelijke fotografie voor bedrijfs brochures. Neem contact op om uw wensen te bespreken.

www.rensplaschek.nl

dagboek: http://www.plaschek.nl/potd/

Pauwstraat 7

026-44356645

rens@plaschek.nl

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Uppladdad: 08/08/2012
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