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Photo Essay: Halloween On Courtenay Place

Photo Essay: Halloween On Courtenay Place


Images by Fernando Ramirez


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Fernando Ramirez studied journalism at the Diego Portales University, and published many stories in several newspapers. Only in the last three years has he has been dedicated to photography in a professional way. His photography career started with a story related to Chilean bands in which he took the photos and. From that moment on, he started to work in a pub, covering every event and band for nearly two years. Meanwhile , he also started working in weddings with great success. Finally he got to work in press at the independent research journalism website www.CIPERCHILE.cl , where he works at present. He continues to occasionally do weddings or band photos. He can be contacted on contact@fernandoramirezphoto.com

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