Theano Nikitas
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Theano Nikitas is a freelance journalist and photographer who has been writing about photography for more than 20 years. Her profiles, reviews and tutorials have appeared in dozens of magazines and websites. When she's not writing about photography, she can be found aiming her lens at runway models during New York Fashion Week, dancers in the studio and kite surfers along the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Follow Theano on Instagram at @TNikitas.

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