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alansnap's Gallery Comments

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Then & Now by prabhusinha

Then & Now

That 1.8 Planar was a fabulous lens. I had on on my first SLR and it certainly gave stunning results,

By: prabhusinha

Jaguar E-Type by EddieDaisy

Jaguar E-Type

Very nice. I'm off in my brother's V12 on Thursday to Spa for the Classic weekend.

By: EddieDaisy

Wasdale Evening Landscape by BobShaw

Wasdale Evening Landscape

Very beautiful. I was there a couple of weeks ago and I couldn't see the mountains let alone get a shot like this. Mind you it did clear up by the time we got to the top of Scafell Pike Grin

By: BobShaw

A pair of Plum headed Parakeets. by Dead_habits

A pair of Plum headed Parakeets.

A nice shot of these lovely birds - I posted a shot in 2012 - but be careful that your watermark doesn't interfere with the subject. You could leave it on but at the bottom of the shot. Where it's placed takes away from my enjoyment of the image.

By: Dead_habits

Pleased to meet you by M_squared

Pleased to meet you

A superb series.

By: M_squared

Love Of My Life...........Where Are You?? by NaturesHaven

Love Of My Life...........Where Are You??

Have my user award for an excellent shot. It is rare to have birds captured in full flow so well done.

By: NaturesHaven

Johnathan Seagull by rontear

Johnathan Seagull

Brum, Brum as ever was.Grin Enjoy Sicily and watch out for the lava and Inspector Montalbano!

By: rontear

Brown Bear, Finland by rontear

Brown Bear, Finland

Another cracker Ron. Same about Slovakia.

By: rontear

Family Group, European Brown Bears by rontear

Family Group, European Brown Bears

Another great bear shot Ron. I hope you got some more on your recent trip.

By: rontear

Grebe Courtship by NeilS

Grebe Courtship

A beautiful series. Well done.

By: NeilS

E-Type by AndyGreenway


Very nice. In ten days I'm off with my brother and some friends to Spa and the classic racing. We're travelling in his red E-type V12 roadster. Great fun as long as the rain stays off.Grin


By: AndyGreenway

Little owl coming into land by hibbz

Little owl coming into land

Well caught and a fine image.

By: hibbz

Swallow by rontear


I saw a couple in Cumbria on Saturday, as well as some Martins. Keep looking.

By: rontear

farmer in Rajasthan by sawsengee

farmer in Rajasthan

That's what I love about India, the sense of colour even among the very poorest people.

By: sawsengee

Box Clever by NDODS

Box Clever

A lovely set of pictures. I hope you have a great day in London with your daughter.


Count the Stars by nishant101

Count the Stars

A lovely image completely spoiled by your watermark.

By: nishant101

Pippa & Freddy by John_Wannop

Pippa & Freddy

Great shots John. To answer your question you need to make sure that the background is further away from the lights than the dogs. You want it to be 1/2 a stop darker so that there's separation. It looks like your lights are set quite high so that the angle is steep and the dogs and background are too close to the same distance from the lights. The result is that background is illuminated to the same extent as the main subject. The result is the whites are identical. Drop the lights and bring the dogs forward a bit and you'll start to see the separation you're looking for.


By: John_Wannop

"Buchon," by colin beeley


I always think it's funny to see and Emil with a Merlin on board. Grin

By: colin beeley

Cape Otway Lighthouse by yosicom

Cape Otway Lighthouse

I loved Cape Otway and the rain forest at Mates Rest. This is interesting treatment.

By: yosicom

Mr Right and Mrs Always... by alansnap

Mr Right and Mrs Always...

Thanks for the comments guys. High praise indeed Ron.

By: alansnap

African dawn mist. by rontear

African dawn mist.

I always loved the dawn in Africa. In the highlands of Nigeria it could be quite cool like this and then suddenly warm. In the dry season in December in one game park the temperature range was 42F to 42C in one day.Grin

By: rontear

Digging European Brown Bear by rontear

Digging European Brown Bear

A fine shot as ever Ron. Looking forward to seeing this one's Canadian cousin on Vancouver island next month - only 6 weeks to go!

By: rontear

Paying Attention by rontear

Paying Attention

Another great bear shot Ron. Enjoy yourself in Slovakia.

By: rontear

Vibrant waterhole in Etosha by pf

Vibrant waterhole in Etosha

This is certainly colourful, but there isn't anything to rest the eye on. When you have an image our brains try to find something to concentrate our attention, in other words to be the focal point. Here we have bands of animals. So, while this is very interesting it won't attract many viewers I'm afraid.

By the way you don't have to tell us your camera, exposure and aperture - the site picks these up automatically from the metadata on the file.


By: pf

The Alps by Ady_E

The Alps

Nice walk up isn't itWink. One of my favourite views, and well taken.

By: Ady_E

AMR No 96...Stuart Hall by lawbert

AMR No 96...Stuart Hall

A nice shot and well panned, but the camera has underexposed it because the car is white in bright sunshine. Increase the exposure by about a stop and you'll transform the image. I downloaded the image and changed the exposure. something between 2/3 and 1 Stop makes all the difference.

By: lawbert

Desolate by rontear


Brrr. I'm glad the lecture went well Ron. You certainly have enough excellent images.

By: rontear

Passing Trams by rontear

Passing Trams

Nice on Ron. The light smears make it look like they're attacking the building and it has recoiled.

By: rontear

Sky Larks on the Ground by NeilS

Sky Larks on the Ground

A lovely series of one of my favourite birds. Must get out to Fleetwood - it's only a few miles.

By: NeilS

Flour by cattyal


Better not let our bears see. They have been known to misbehave too.Grin

By: cattyal