Photographers speak in tongues

Started Mar 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Veritas

I wonder too how photography language has changed in Swahili or any other foreign language.

I would be suprised if they changed or modified words as much as we do in English.

We even have 3 versions of how we say Nikon in English.

I like the flexibility of English,as I recently registered a business name ''Kicked Arts''.....sounds like!!

Regards

Roger

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