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==Armenian Photographers==
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Karsh, etc...
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==Armenian Photographic Archives==
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Yerevan, etc...
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*http://www.armenianphotography.com - Stock photo library by Matthew Karanian & Robert Kurkjian. This gallery of photographs includes images from Armenia and Karabagh from 1995 to the present. The photos on the site are available for license for commercial use, and are also sold as custom original prints. Karanian and Kurkjian are the photographers who created the coffee table book "Out of Stone," (pub. 1999) and the country guidebooks "Edge of Time: Traveling in Armenia and Karabagh," (Pub. 2001, 2002) and "The Stone Garden Guide: Armenia and Karabagh" (Pub. 2004).
 
*http://www.armenianphotography.com - Stock photo library by Matthew Karanian & Robert Kurkjian. This gallery of photographs includes images from Armenia and Karabagh from 1995 to the present. The photos on the site are available for license for commercial use, and are also sold as custom original prints. Karanian and Kurkjian are the photographers who created the coffee table book "Out of Stone," (pub. 1999) and the country guidebooks "Edge of Time: Traveling in Armenia and Karabagh," (Pub. 2001, 2002) and "The Stone Garden Guide: Armenia and Karabagh" (Pub. 2004).

Revision as of 11:29, 27 May 2005

Armenian Photographers

Karsh, etc...

Armenian Photographic Archives

Yerevan, etc...

External Links

  • http://www.armenianphotography.com - Stock photo library by Matthew Karanian & Robert Kurkjian. This gallery of photographs includes images from Armenia and Karabagh from 1995 to the present. The photos on the site are available for license for commercial use, and are also sold as custom original prints. Karanian and Kurkjian are the photographers who created the coffee table book "Out of Stone," (pub. 1999) and the country guidebooks "Edge of Time: Traveling in Armenia and Karabagh," (Pub. 2001, 2002) and "The Stone Garden Guide: Armenia and Karabagh" (Pub. 2004).