My Progress in Photo Manipulation
Portrait manipulation from 1998 to February of 2013. Proof of the value of practice and persistence.
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The year something clicked with me, and my practice started to look less like practice and more like art.
The year I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer
Art helped me survive chemotherapy. I used my bald head as an opportunity for art.
I worked with her again earlier this month
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About Kamina KapowI have dimples and friends
I'm a survivor of a list of things, the greatest of them is being diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer at age 29. I've got my head in the clouds. I'm stubborn. I love to elevate the people around me. I still foolishly dream of being discovered as an artist.