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8-23-2009 @ 5:31PM
First off, I have loved your coverage of Blizzcon '09. Many, many great articles and information that I have been craving for a while. Hopefully you can stand a bit of constructive criticism.I'm a filmmaker and photographer and read all your class/systems/dev, etc... panel discussions. I have loved the minute by minute blog format also and I've been patiently waiting to see the panel slide photos for a while now. When you released them onto their respective places in the panel articles I was a bit disappointed. Most of the photos are out-of-focus and not framed very well, although many of the photos are very nice.Do you ever need anyone to photograph for you? I could send you some of my work and see what you think! :DLet me know! I work cheap also... :D
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