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Marvelous Female Portrait Photography By Nathaniel Gerdes

Gorgeous female portraits by Nathaniel Gerdes (previously featured), a gifted photographer, retoucher and visual artist currently based in Petaluma, California. Nathaniel focuses mainly on female portraiture.

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