Testimonials02 - Julia Anna Gospodarou Black and White Fine Art Photography

TESTIMONIALS


"Photography is my hobby for several years. For a while, I was looking for new inspiration because I had the feeling that there was no progress and development in my work. On the internet, I stopped on Julia`s website and was immediately fascinated by her work and interpretation of light and shadow. Around Christmas I purchased her and Joel´s ebook "From Basics to Fine Art" which gave me a real inspiration to go forward with my work. Especially the chapters about creating your own vision and Photography Drawing gives me the motivation to create something beyond documentation in my photos.  When the workshop was announced I registered immediately even I thought it was a bit strange to fly only for two days to Athens. But I regret nothing, it was a very inspiring weekend, rather it was the starting point for me to go a step further with my work. It was a good balance between theory and practical work. Julia is a great photographer, artist and teacher. I learned a lot about post-processing which wasn't so far the focus of my work, but I learned that it is essential for creating one's personal style. Also, the post-workshop assistance was very helpful for me, a great tool to go more precisely to the needs of every student. It was a fantastic experience and I enjoyed to work with other photographers from all over the world. I can highly recommend this workshop to everyone who wants to learn more about Fine Art Architecture."

- Stefan Höltge -  Germany  http://zoomyou.de/


"In a pre-workshop questionnaire, Julia Anna asked which photographer inspires me. My response was that she and Joel Tjintjelaar had done so with their excellent book, "From Basics To Fine Art – Black and White Photography”. The same still holds true after having attended her workshop and I  speak as a teacher and therapist of 30 plus years when I say that I found  Julia Anna  warm, professional, generous, inspiring and wise beyond her years. Artistically I found the workshop and her encouragement liberating.

I highly recommend her courses and they are also an exceptional value.

Again thanks for everything Julia Anna.

Kind regards, John."

- John Glavey - Ireland  


"I'm a photographer for the last 3 years. My level of photography is Enthusiast but with a view of being a professional fine art photographer. I took Julia's workshop because I admire her work and because she is one of the people that make me believe in my work and vision with passion. From the beginning, I always wanted to shoot the architectural and landscape of the city I live in black and white. I met Julia and her amazing work through the social networks. In addition to the very important things that I learned at the seminar, I have to say that Julia inspires you to do your own original work and find your identity as a photographer and artist. I'm sending her a big "thank you" for believing in me, which made me decide to join the (en)Visionography Contest where I won the publication of one of my photos in a special issue of "Camerapixo”, a great photography magazine. Julia, thank you for everything and keep up your great job as an educator and artist."

- Angelos Konstantinidis - Greece https://500px.com/angeloskonstantinidis


<i>"Julia is a true professional in her approach to photography. Julia's in-depth expertise and energetic dedication are especially evident in her B&W Fine Art Photography courses. Her Workshop includes comprehensive in-class presentations and discussions as well as exciting internships. Julia's goal is to see every one of her students excel in both technical and creative aspects of photography and to be proud of their accomplishments, while always striving to continue learning and getting better. Without question she is at the top of the list of the best.
Being a beginner to the world of Architecture B&W Fine Art and long exposure Photography, I attempted to “teach myself” with manuals and self-help guides but it was just a lesson in frustration. Taking Julia's workshop was the best thing I ever did: her natural teaching style gave me the confidence I needed to take the kind of photos I always dreamed about. I highly recommend Julia Anna Gospodarou for your next photography course, workshop or any tutorial. Julia has a real gift for “keeping it simple”, cutting through the technical jargon and leaving her students with an understanding of what it takes to get those great shots. Thanks to Julia, I now look at photography as an absolutely joyous passion, and I love the results!
Thoroughly enjoyed the Workshop! Julia is relaxed and sets comfortable, cheerful tone. She helps you learn from whatever level you are at. Her pedagogy considers adult learning needs, making everyone feel good about what they have accomplished while pointing out what needs to be corrected. Also appreciated having the opportunity to have my shots critiqued and better understand how computer software can enhance one's photos. Julia is a dynamic and knowledgeable instructor.
She incorporates theory as well as enough hands on practice so you can immediately apply the theory. You learn about how to compose photos, and then how to crop and adjust them so that you end up with the best photo. She also keeps the classes small so that you have lots of individual teaching.  In addition, it was a fun workshop too.
I thoroughly enjoyed the Workshop I attended in November in Athens. You created an exciting learning experience and educated my "eye". I'm shooting every day from then. Your passion and critical vision have energized me. Thank you!"</i>

- Panagiotis Chatzistefanou - Athens, Greece -
Fine Art Photographer
<i>(Panagiotis  has attended the Athens Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013 and won 3rd Prize at Athens Architectural Photography Contest with this photo)</i>

Panagiotis is a very talented Greek photographer that is moving with a fast pace towards the world of fine art photography. He has an original view over the world that translates in his artistic vision with the result of creating striking images. Panagiotis has won the 3rd Prize at the Architectural Photography Contest organized by the Athens Workshop and Formatt Hitech https://www.formatt-hitech.com/ in November 2013 with photos taken during the architectural workshop in Athens, the winning photo being the one exhibited here. You can find out more about Panagiotis' work on his Flickr gallery http://www.flickr.com/photos/pchatzi/ and on his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pchatzi

"Julia is a true professional in her approach to photography. Julia's in-depth expertise and energetic dedication are especially evident in her B&W Fine Art Photography courses. Her Workshop includes comprehensive in-class presentations and discussions as well as exciting internships.

Julia's goal is to see every one of her students excel in both technical and creative aspects of photography and to be proud of their accomplishments, while always striving to continue learning and getting better. Without question she is at the top of the list of the best. Being a beginner to the world of Architecture B&W Fine Art and long exposure Photography, I attempted to “teach myself” with manuals and self-help guides but it was just a lesson in frustration.

Taking Julia's workshop was the best thing I ever did: her natural teaching style gave me the confidence I needed to take the kind of photos I always dreamed about. I highly recommend Julia Anna Gospodarou for your next photography course, workshop or any tutorial. Julia has a real gift for “keeping it simple”, cutting through the technical jargon and leaving her students with an understanding of what it takes to get those great shots.

Thanks to Julia, I now look at photography as an absolutely joyous passion, and I love the results! Thoroughly enjoyed the Workshop! Julia is relaxed and sets comfortable, cheerful tone. She helps you learn from whatever level you are at. Her pedagogy considers adult learning needs, making everyone feel good about what they have accomplished while pointing out what needs to be corrected. Also appreciated having the opportunity to have my shots critiqued and better understand how computer software can enhance one's photos. 

Julia is a dynamic and knowledgeable instructor. She incorporates theory as well as enough hands on practice so you can immediately apply the theory. You learn about how to compose photos, and then how to crop and adjust them so that you end up with the best photo.She also keeps the classes small so that you have lots of individual teaching. In addition, it was a fun workshop too.

I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop. You created an exciting learning experience and educated my "eye". I'm shooting every day from then. Your passion and critical vision have energized me. Thank you!"

- Panagiotis Chatzistefanou - Athens, Greece https://www.flickr.com/photos/pchatzi/


"Julia Anna Gospodarou is simply one of the best black and white fine artists of our time. When I first discovered her work, it took my breath away. Her use of light perfectly cascades over beautiful, simple curves throughout her architectural photography.

As an architect herself, she has a unique vision and ability to capture what must be the pinnacle of each architect’s design, ultimately memorializing it in photographic history. But Julia’s work is only surpassed by her gentle spirit and kindness as an instructor. She willingly and patiently imparts her gifts to other photographers, sharing how to see and then execute a vision. If you are considering attending one of her workshops,

I highly recommend you take advantage of what will likely be for you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to shoot architecture with and learn from one of the world’s best photographers."

- Janice Nelson, Chicago, Illinois, USA

<i>"Julia Anna Gospodarou is simply one of the best black and white fine artists of our time. When I first discovered her work, it took my breath away. Her use of light perfectly cascades over beautiful, simple curves throughout her architectural photography. As an architect herself, she has a unique vision and ability to capture what must be the pinnacle of each architect’s design, ultimately memorializing it in photographic history. But Julia’s work is only surpassed by her gentle spirit and kindness as an instructor. She willingly and patiently imparts her gifts to other photographers, sharing how to see and then execute a vision. 
If you are considering attending one of her workshops, I highly recommend you take advantage of what will likely be for you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to shoot architecture with and learn from one of the world’s best photographers."</i>

- Janice Nelson, Chicago, Illinois, USA -
Portrait, Product & Architectural Photographer
<i>(Janice has attended the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013 and won Second Prize at Priz de la Photographie Paris PX3 2014 with this series from the workshop)</i>

Janice has a passion for photography and this shows in her work, either she is photographing architecture, people or products. She is based in Chicago and is working as Photography Manager. Visit Janice's websites to find out more about her work: http://jdnarchitecture.com/ http://jdnportraits.com/ http://jdnphotos.com/ . This image is an example of the work Janice is creating after attending the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop 2013.

<i>"Julia came to my attention when I saw her ‘Waves in the sky’ image.
I tried to figure out how she did this, this was so beautiful… Then came her version of the Calatrava bridge in Athens… again a masterpiece… I was sold, I fell in love…
Julia has an unique way of looking… Since those masterpieces I started to look up, tried to see her way… no luck, big frustrations…
Our holidays were planned in Greece so I contacted her and ask for a workshop… I wanted to learn from a ‘master’.
Luckily, she could fit me in after her Chicago-workshop… I was over the moon, so excited, scared… could I really learn this?
Our contacts (mail) were very easygoing, It felt like I knew her for a while, Julia is very accessible. She had a bunch of questions so she could really personalize the workshop.
The 2 days in Athens were intense, got a lot of information, learned to see ‘the negative space’, saw beautiful architecture… The workshop fitted like a glove… Julia is an ideal guide, a great teacher, has a special vision… I found it a privilege to be in her companion.
Efcharisto poly, miss JAG!"</i>

- Dina Van Damme, Belgium - 
 Fine Art Photographer 
<i>(Dina has attended a private workshop with me in Athens on B&W Fine Art Architectural Photography, 2013)</i>

Dina not only has a passion for photography, but she is also a very sensitive artist and a person that sees the beauty around her and tries to express herself using that beauty. She has a love for architectural shapes that can be seen not only in her images but also in the way she looks at the buildings she sees around her. She is not working only with architectural subjects but she is well on her way to becoming a very good fine art architectural photographer.

"Julia came to my attention when I saw her ‘Waves in the sky’ image.

I tried to figure out how she did this, this was so beautiful… Then came her version of the Calatrava bridge in Athens… again a masterpiece… I was sold, I fell in love… Julia has an unique way of looking… Since those masterpieces I started to look up, tried to see her way… no luck, big frustrations… Our holidays were planned in Greece so I contacted her and ask for a workshop… I wanted to learn from a ‘master’. Luckily, she could fit me in after her Chicago-workshop… I was over the moon, so excited, scared… could I really learn this? Our contacts (mail) were very easygoing, It felt like I knew her for a while, Julia is very accessible. She had a bunch of questions so she could really personalize the workshop. The 2 days in Athens were intense, got a lot of information, learned to see ‘the negative space’, saw beautiful architecture… The workshop fitted like a glove…

Julia is an ideal guide, a great teacher, has a special vision… I found it a privilege to be in her companion. Efcharisto poly, miss JAG!"

- Dina Van Damme, Belgium 


"Julia is the kind of person that is in love with her work. She is organized and passioned. Noone from the students left with questions, but she taught us how to question ourselves and search inside us in our artistic quests.

She allowed and guided us on how to acquire a personal inner will for learning, how to be creative and have an alternative mindset. This is the way she did, does and will do with all her students in order to help them evolve. It's not at all difficult to write about the work Julia did with us.

She did her work with purpose and zest and the result was a beautiful experience that still continues and that was a big artistic satisfaction for me. Thank you for the beautiful journey!."

- Theocharis Karamanis - Athens, Greece

<i>"Julia is the kind of person that is in love with her work.  She is organized and passioned. Noone from the students  left with questions, but she taught us how to question ourselves and  search inside us in our artistic quests. She allowed and guided us on how to acquire a personal inner will for learning, how to be creative and have an alternative mindset. This is the way she did, does and will do with all her students in order to help them  evolve. It's not at all difficult to write about the work Julia did with us. 
She did her work with purpose and zest and the result was a beautiful experience that still continues and that was a big artistic satisfaction for me. 
Thank you for the beautiful journey!."</i>

- Theocharis Karamanis - Athens, Greece -
Fine Art Photographer
<i>(Theocharis  has attended the Athens Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013)</i>

Theocharis is a very enthusiastic photographer and artist. His mind is working very fast and he is always willing to learn something new. This shows in his photography, the images he took and processed at the workshop, but also in his other work. He can see architecture in a particular way and can identify very interesting angles in structures not easy to photograph. Theocharis is a very promising fine art photographer that will have very interesting things to say.

Taking Flight

"I attended Julia's fine art architectural photography workshop in November. The workshop gave me valuable insight into what goes into producing some of the award-winning photographs I admire.

It left me with an expanded range of artistic tools to use in my own photography, and with new ways to think about my subjects and turn them from simple captured images into expressions of an artistic idea.

If you wish you could produce some of the beautiful long-exposure images you see in galleries and on the web, one of Julia's workshops will give you a solid start down that road, and you'll have fun along the way!"

- Steven Grimm - Sunnyvale, CA, USA


"It was a pleasure meeting you at the Chicago architecture workshop. I found your presentations to be quite thought-provoking. You raised two important questions about vision that really struck me: · How do I feel about what I see? · How do I communicate that feeling?

You not only helped me answer these questions, you encouraged me to create the world I want to see. I find that to be a freeing idea and I’m going to explore what this means for me personally as I photograph my own city.

Thank you for sharing your personal vision and experience with me. I look forward to seeing you again in a future workshop.”

– Bob Beaverson – Madison, WI – USA 

<i>“It was a pleasure meeting you at the Chicago 2013 architecture workshop. I found your presentations to be quite thought-provoking. You raised two important questions about vision that really struck me:
· How do I feel about what I see?
· How do I communicate that feeling?
You not only helped me answer these questions, you encouraged me to create the world I want to see. I find that to be a freeing idea and I’m going to explore what this means for me personally as I photograph my own city.
Thank you for sharing your personal vision and experience with me. I look forward to seeing you again in a future workshop.”</i>

– Bob Beaverson – Madison, WI – USA -
Portrait & Commercial Photographer
<i>(Bob has attended the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013)</i>

Bob is a part-time portrait and commercial photographer who also finds time to experiment with pinhole cameras, expired film and Caffenol-C development.  Bob's B&W photography has a special charm showing artistic sensibility and a very good eye for identifying interesting scenes. To get know Bob and his art better, please visit his website www.robertbeaverson.com . This image is an example of the work Bob is creating after attending the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop 2013.

<i>"I recently attended the Vision Explorers' Chicago Long Exposure Architectural workshop and Julia was one of the instructors. I was well aware of her work and it was great to meet the person behind some absolutely stunning imagery. Although I have dabbled in some architectural long exposure work previously, I felt I was still a bit weak in my approach toward it and Julia was always at hand to help, be it compositional or theoretical. She has a great eye to identify what would work in a photograph and is not afraid to abstract if necessary.
Julia definitely seems to be someone with both the passion to create as well as to teach and I highly recommend her architectural photography workshops."</i>

- Ajit Menon, New York City - USA -
Artist Photographer - Landscape & Architecture
<i>(Ajit has attended the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013 and was awarded in international fine art competitions afterwards)</i>

Ajit is a very talented artist photographer based in New York City, whose work covers landscape and architectural subjects and who is always in search of new subjects to challenge his creativity. Visit this link to admire more of Ajit's work and get an idea about his style  http://www.flickr.com/photos/inagitation

"I recently attended the Vision Explorers' Chicago Long Exposure Architectural workshop and Julia was one of the instructors. I was well aware of her work and it was great to meet the person behind some absolutely stunning imagery.

Although I have dabbled in some architectural long exposure work previously, I felt I was still a bit weak in my approach toward it and Julia was always at hand to help, be it compositional or theoretical.

She has a great eye to identify what would work in a photograph and is not afraid to abstract if necessary. Julia definitely seems to be someone with both the passion to create as well as to teach and I highly recommend her architectural photography workshops."

- Ajit Menon, New York City - USA  http://www.flickr.com/photos/inagitation


"I recently attended the Chicago workshop and it was a great learning experience. I’ve never attempted long exposure photography, other than night shots, which is entirely different.

Julia was very patient with me, helping me to understand how to set up a shot and walking me through the process. She was also very helpful on the post processing suggestions and critiques, giving me suggestions I fully intend to incorporate within my workflow.

Not only is her work a testimony to her artistic brilliance she is a very kind and thoughtful person willing to share her expertise and help you grow within your own personal vision."

- Angie McMonigal - Chicago, Illinois - USA   http://www.angiemcmonigal.com/

"I recently attended the Chicago Fine art Architectural workshop and it was a great learning experience. I’ve never attempted long exposure photography, other than night shots, which is entirely different. Julia was very patient with me, helping me to understand how to set up a shot and walking me through the process. She was also very helpful on the post processing suggestions and critiques, giving me suggestions I fully intend to incorporate within my workflow. Not only is her work a testimony to her artistic brilliance she is a very kind and thoughtful person willing to share her expertise and help you grow within your own personal vision."

- Angie McMonigal - Chicago, Illinois - USA - 
Fine Art & Commissioned Photographer
<i>(Angie has attended the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013 and was awarded in international fine art competitions afterwards)</i>

Angie is an award-winning Fine Art and commissioned photographer based in Chicago, whose work features architectural and urban themes, often with a minimalistic or abstract perspective. Angie has a very good eye for architecture and her Chicago portfolio is wonderful. Visit Angie's site to learn more about her work. http://www.angiemcmonigal.com/

<i>"I met Julia for the first time during the Visionexplorers workshop in Chicago. I already knew some work from her before meeting her in Chicago and she was a great inspiration to me. 
Julia does wonderful things ... Her strength is her "eye" and her vision in how to create art ... I was very pleased to be able to follow a workshop with her and the rest of the Visionexplorers team. 
It was a great experience and it really gave me a new "vision" also ! I would recommend everybody who has a passion for art and photography to follow a workshop with Julia ! "</i>

- Thierry Vanhuysse (Art-Unique) - Belgium - 
Fine Art Landscape & Architectural Photographer
<i>(Thierry has attended the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013 and won Second Prize at Prix de la Photographie Paris PX3 2014 with images from the workshop)</i>

Thierry has an original and very particular voice in the field of fine art photography, his beautiful work being oriented mostly towards minimal abstract and semi-abstract compositions covering both color and B&W interpretations. Thierry's photography brand is called "Art Unique" and his art covers subjects belonging to both nature and urban environments, his aim being to express the emotion he finds in studying his subjects. See more of Thierry's work and get to know him better on his site http://www.art-unique.be/

"I met Julia for the first time in Chicago. I already knew some work from her before meeting her in Chicago and she was a great inspiration to me. Julia does wonderful things ... Her strength is her "eye" and her vision in how to create art ... I was very pleased to be able to follow a workshop with her and the rest of the Visionexplorers team. It was a great experience and it really gave me a new "vision" also ! I would recommend everybody who has a passion for art and photography to follow a workshop with Julia ! "

- Thierry Vanhuysse (Art-Unique) - Belgium http://www.art-unique.be/


"When I first saw the stunning long exposures images created by Julia Anna Gospodarou, I was filled with envy that someone could produce such artistry with a camera. When I learned that she would be teaching at a Chicago workshop, I quickly signed up and I was not disappointed. I was struck by the compositions she found and the subtlety of the transitions in tone that she rendered. Julia was most helpful in recommending compositions and generous in explaining techniques. I have not photographed architecture before, but my experience with Julia has opened new possibilities for creating art."

- Stephen Rostler, Massachusetts - USA  http://www.stephenrostler.com

<i>"When I first saw the stunning long exposures images created by Julia Anna Gospodarou, I was filled with envy that someone could produce such artistry with a camera.  When I learned that she would be teaching at a Chicago workshop, I quickly signed up and I was not disappointed.  
I was struck by the compositions she found and the subtlety of the transitions in tone that she rendered.  
Julia was most helpful in recommending compositions and generous in explaining techniques.  I have not photographed architecture before, but my experience with Julia has opened new possibilities for creating art."</i>

- Stephen Rostler, Massachusetts - USA  -
Fine Art Photographer, Ophthalmologist
<i>(Stephen has attended the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013)</i>

Stephen is both an artist and a scientist, both his qualities being aimed to making the world a better place. He is a talented fine art photographer whose work has a dreamy painterly feel to it and an Ophthalmologist, cataract surgery being his specialty. He spends his days restoring sight to his patients and also creating beautiful images that express his own vision about the world. Meet Stephen and find out more about his work on his site  www.stephenrostler.com

<i>“It was an amazing experience being in Chicago surrounded by so many talented people. 
The instructors were great and they really know how to express their ideas. 
Julia's insights about composition were very objective. It definitely expanded my horizon, for it gave me new tools for experimentation with my photographs." </i>

- Fernanda Ramos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 
Fine Art Photographer, Cinematographer
<i>(Fernanda has attended the Chicago Fine Art Architectural Workshop, 2013)</i>

Fernanda is a fine art photographer and a cinematographer living and creating in Rio de Janeiro. She  is an artist just as gifted for photography as for cinematography. Her images, videos and time-lapses speak about an imaginary world that captivates the viewer right away. Visit Fernanda's site to find out more about her art:  http://www.jugularfilmes.com/

“It was an amazing experience being in Chicago surrounded by so many talented people. The instructors were great and they really know how to express their ideas. Julia's insights about composition were very objective. It definitely expanded my horizon, for it gave me new tools for experimentation with my photographs."

- Fernanda Ramos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil   http://www.jugularfilmes.com/


"I had the pleasure of taking a long exposure architecture photography class  taught by world renowned experts, including Julia. I came away with a new appreciation for this art, a deeper understanding of the craft, and a new found enthusiasm. Julia was patient, talented, and a great communicator. Without being the least bit condescending, she was able to help turn my camera a few degrees to the left, and help me frame a better composition. She has a deep understanding of what makes a good image, and is able to impart this effectively to her student. And she does this with a smile! Her talk on composition was comprehensive and insightful, drawing from her deep understanding of architecture and art. It was a pleasure and honor to get to know her. I wish her continued success in her brilliant career."

- Arun Patel - Sacramento, California - USA 


“My architecture photography workshop in Athens with Julia Anna Gospodarou was a wonderful experience for me. I subscribed to this workshop willing to learn more about this type of photography, keen to enrich my post-processing skills with new techniques and to have fun shooting Athens modern architecture. All of this have been achieved: Julia prepared a large material, covering all that can be talked about architecture photography from regular images to fine art, presented us her complete post-processing workflow and chose some really beautiful architectural sighseeings of Athens. I spent excellent time doing both long-exposure and normal photography, having various one-to-one discussions with Julia and understanding her passion and vision. I definitely recommend this workshop for both people willing to dive into architecture photography but also for more advanced photographers interested to advance to a new level and experience new techniques.”

- Dragos Ioneanu - Copenhagen, Denmark  http://www.ioneanu.com/


"The workshop was very well organized and the locations carefully selected. Julia Anna was very friendly and always open to discuss any subject.

From deciding what to shoot to processing the final image she was very generous in sharing her vision and her way of doing things. After the workshop her feedback and suggestions helped me to improve my images and take them to the next level.

I would recommend it to anyone interested in architecture and photography. It is an opportunity to shoot some of the best modern architecture and broaden your approach to photography."

- Petros Christidis – Athens, Greece 


"The workshop led by Julia Anna Gospodarou was a busy and inspiring experience. First thing in the morning was a theoretical presentation. On day one we were welcomed in a nice location where we got an impressive presentation on architectural photography and in particular long-time exposure (LE) applied especially architecture, how to look at it and how to experience it and of course about the technical equipment and technical side of the architecture / LE photography. After all these we shoot at nice and impressive locations in and around. On day two we were introduced to the expertise of a great artist and became a glimpse of her secrets revealed as for the creation of a work of art, after which we went shooting around the Olympic Complex. This workshop was certainly a wonderful experience and I found a lot of inspiration acquired to handle in my style of photography.”

- Patrick Van Puymbroeck - Belgium 


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