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Joshua Inayat (#47159776)
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Bio Photo My name is Joshua Inayat and I am a Professional Photographer. I haven't always been a hot shot camera whiz, but I have always been in love with visiting cemeteries. The reasons are numerous and personal, as are yours I am sure.

I first fell in love with creating artistic images from a cemetery landscape by accident. I was conducting a paranormal investigation in the midwest. I was processing the images in Photoshop and low and behold, nothing otherworldly came out. Bored and frustrated, I tried playing with Photoshop's built in artistic filters and learned that I don't need ghosts to have amazing images!

The very next day I was out at the cemetery with an Olympus C-5500 snapping away. All I knew about that little 5 megapixel camera was how to turn it on and make it take a picture.

That was 2005 when my inner photographer was born.

Today I'm using a Canon 5D full frame dSLR and a wide assortment of lenses, filters and photoshop techniques to create the images I love.
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Carrie and Allen
Deidre Paulino headstone
Gorgeous photos of Deirdre's headstone. I saw the stone for the first time yesterday when we were in Juniper Haven... we've been taking mundane, straightforward photos documenting headstones (Juniper Haven is almost complete, now comes the tedium of uploading!) for entire cemeteries. How delightful to get another perspective! Welcome to FindaGrave, I'm sure that your photos will be a valuable addition.
Added by Carrie and Allen on Aug 06, 2009 7:33 PM
 

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