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My name is Toni, but you can call me Tony or T.
I'm self-learned hobbyist photographer from eastern Finland.
I don't have any specific style, but I like to photograph nature sceneries.
You can see all kinds of photographs in this page, mainly sceneries and places from my hometown Imatra, but also from other parts of Finland.
I used to do digital picture manipulations too, but I don't have an interest in them anymore. You can view my old digital pictures in this page.
I have a small interest in drawing and painting.
I play drums and guitar.
And I collect music records.
My current wantlist of records: www.discogs.com/wantlist?user=…
My current collection of records: www.discogs.com/user/-TMR-/col…
While arts are my hobbies, my future job is going to be surface processor.
I.e. I paint and reconstruct interiors and exteriors of buildings.
After I finished comprehensive school, I tried to get to media school couple of years with no luck. I wanted to be a cameraman for tv and/or film productions.
Apparently it's very popular field of occupation in Finland with many applicants, but it has very low employment situation.
House painter was my second interest and it started to sound better option.
However, I have been a trainee on video company. I have filmed and edited commercial projects. I also had there courses in both video and photography.
As a person other people describes me quiet and shy, helpful and friendly.
Feel free to take contact here. I'm very easy going and I don't mind a little chat.
I speak Finnish, English and Swedish.
I have an interest in Russian language and I'm currently studying it by myself.
Respect the artist, do not copy, re-produce or re-submit my photos without my permission.
Simple note or comment with a mention of what photo and where you are going to use it, is fine.
I use reverse pic search tools to check my photos occasionally to find unauthorized use.
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