User talk:Bee Cliff River Slob

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File:Rep.MatthewHill.jpg[edit]

Hi. I am puzzled by the image information you uploaded for File:Rep.MatthewHill.jpg. That image appears to me to be a scanned copy of a photo that was published in a newspaper, but your info and the metadata indicated that you took the picture yourself (with a camera model that apparently is a camcorder). How did you get the photo, anyway? --Orlady (talk) 13:22, 17 November 2009 (UTC)

  • I personally photographed Hill in the above mentioned reference with a Canon DC220 digital camcorder mounted on a tripod under florescent lighting at the 2008 Republican primary debate (between Hill and Todd Smith) at a small and crowded room located in the back of a local pizza parlor in Jonesborough, Tennessee. I can recall that the debate was in July 2008, but I would have to dig back into my camera files to pull out a specific date.Bee Cliff River Slob (talk) 13:33, 17 November 2009 (UTC)

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