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December contest update

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  January 7, 2009 02:02 PM

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The initial judging for the December "'Tis the Season" contest will be done this afternoon. The judge is Melissa Robotti, a former producer who now is a professional photographer. She specializes in boudoir photography; that's where women pay her to take sexy photos of them that they give to their boyfriends, fiances, husbands. So before you look at her website, make sure there are no young'uns around.

The other major part of Melissa's business is wedding photography. She also takes portraits, landscapes, etc. -- a wide variety of photos. She's successful enough at the wedding and boudoir business that she's about to pursue it full-time.

By the way, I added three more photos to the December gallery that were uploaded to Flickr before Dec. 31, but weren't found by Flickr's search until this past week. They will be part of Melissa's review.

Once Melissa cuts the entries down (she'll trim to 25 since we have just 82 entries), I'll track down Jared Novack to write the Voting Machine code for me and I'll post it as soon as I can.

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