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Light protector by ZanetaFrenn

Light protector

A shining example of creative photography, keeping it simple.

Nice bokeh, and a clever use of props.

Lovely image, very well done!

Tom

By: ZanetaFrenn

Adder... by Greyheron

Adder...

Sharp, direct, and striking! Adjectives that can be applied to both subject and capture.

Tom

By: Greyheron

Ear ear? by Ray12

Ear ear?

I've just had a look through your very interesting portfolio, and although it seems churlish to single out just any one capture, I particularly like this one.

It resembles someone's cantankerous old grandfather, who's just been disturbed while in the midst of doing a favourite pastime, and he's not best pleased!

Tom

By: Ray12

Snooker Loopy..... by boov

Snooker Loopy.....

A really interesting set that I've managed to miss somehow. I particularly like V1, v5 & v8, very well captured.

Tom

By: boov

Forth Railway Bridge by fificat100

Forth Railway Bridge

A very interesting angle to capture an iconic structure. You've managed to show a lot of intricate detail, and the frame highlights the sheer enormaty of the Forth Bridge. The hanging archway in the right, and the sailing boat top this off nicely- love the colours too!

Tom

By: fificat100

Mayakovskaya Metro Station, Moscow by thegrimfandango

Mayakovskaya Metro Station, Moscow

Excellent perspective, and fantastically vivid - is there a touch of HDR involved?

By: thegrimfandango

Cheetah by Brian_Scott

Cheetah

Fantastic portrait of my favourite animal, well done - I'm immensely jealous on both counts, being in the Masai Mara and of the photo,

Tom

By: Brian_Scott

Bullrush & Reeds by budapestbill

Bullrush & Reeds

Thanks for the comments.

Herman, I also take photo's as seen - I would only photoshop blemishes caused by lens aberrations, or to possibly take out something errant that takes away from the composition.

Yes Jennn, at first glance it does look a bit skew wiff, but I assure you it's just the lay of the land!

Tom

By: budapestbill

Big Spring Mailboxes by taggart

Big Spring Mailboxes

There's so much variation in your work and choice of subject matter. It also seems that the lighting is very condusive to capturing excellent pictures, as always.

Tom

By: taggart

Wish in the wind by K_T

Wish in the wind

KT, i came across this image via your facebook page during it's conception - wow. Very interesting to see how it evolved, and the different variations.

Superb, what more can you say, keep spoiling us with your offerings!

Tom

By: K_T

View from above the Corinth Canal Greece by YoungGrandad

View from above the Corinth Canal Greece

Excellent perspective, and well captured subject.

Tom

By: YoungGrandad

The pose by TomCoetzee

The pose

Great to see Mum and cubs in full view, Cheetah's are my favourite cat.
Would love to go on safari some time.

Tom

By: TomCoetzee

Quayside Reflections by budapestbill

Quayside Reflections

Thanks Nathan for your kind words.

Tom

By: budapestbill

Mutiny by K_T

Mutiny

Love the creativity - certainly an attention grabber.

Tom

By: K_T

... by ABstudio

...

What's there not to like? Stunning Italian? girl, sympathetically done in B&W.

Tom

By: ABstudio

A break in the fog - Holy Island by ascott

A break in the fog - Holy Island

Depicting Lindisfarne Island at it's best, fantastically ethereal. This early morning capture really emphasises the solitude of this place. I always enjoy visiting here, it holds many happy memories. Extremely well done.

Tom Smile

By: ascott

"Full Frontal" by RonnieAG

"Full Frontal"

Absolutely stunning in every way Ronnie, vibrant, fresh and colourful - do you know the only thing that's missing? The aroma - oh for the joys of smelly vision!

Tom

By: RonnieAG

Beguiling by ronp

Beguiling

Beautiful portrait Ron, had to have a second glance, because it's very reminiscent of Chris's work (Imagephotographics) often seen on this site.

Very well done.

Tom

By: ronp

Beauty Bathed in Light by kbtimages

Beauty Bathed in Light

A wonderful portrait Kevin, a beautiful model, exquisite lighting, with a lovely tone. I agree with DaveU regarding cropping, either as a square format, or take out the empty space to the right.

Really well done.

Tom

By: kbtimages

2012 by dmhuynh72

2012

I have just fallen in love, wow!

Yung, what a great way to start the New Year, a lovely gift for all EPZ readers. This portrait is just wonderful, very well captured. Have number 50 on me.

Tom

By: dmhuynh72

Oz Duck by goso

Oz Duck

Bill, it can't be an Oz duck - It's not upside down!!! Grin

Beautiful colours and detail captured in this picture.

Tom

By: goso

Nominated for Pet Photographer of the year with SWPP by Angi_Wallace

Nominated for Pet Photographer of the year with SWPP

I missed this first time around Angi, wonderful composition, contrast in colours, and subject matter. Congratulations for the SWPP nominations, but really - what's taken them so long!!! Good luck!

Tom

By: Angi_Wallace

Parasol specimen by Scutter

Parasol specimen

This mushroom is Magic ( no, not the psilocybe variety - just the quality), absolutely wonderful work.

Tom

By: Scutter

Autumn light by AnnChown

Autumn light

This is just wonderful Ann, and no - nothing needs to be changed. You've captured loads of detail, the bokeh sets the tones and the colours, and the depth of field is spot on.

Tom

By: AnnChown

One Yellow Cosmos by taggart

One Yellow Cosmos

Attractive, bright and star quality, (no, I'm not talking about myself!) - I knew it was yours Jennnn as soon as I seen this. Have a great Thanksgiving day.

Tom

By: taggart

EINSTEIN'S THEORY by Imagephotographics

EINSTEIN'S THEORY

Einstein's theory of relativity never looked so good! Mind you, if my maths/science teachers looked anything like Robyn, not only would it distract me, confusion would take over. I don't know if I would be dealing with the Law of Universal Gravitation (What goes up must come down) - Newtonian and Einstein theories for gravity explaning of the how, while the law simply stating, what. Or if it was E=MC2. In physics, mass–energy equivalence is the concept that the mass of a body is a measure of its energy content. In this concept, mass is a property of all energy, and energy is a property of all mass, and the two properties are connected by a constant. This means that the total internal energy (E) of a body at rest is equal to the product of its rest mass (M) and a suitable conversion factor to transform from units of mass to units of energy. Me thinks E=MC2 is just about the right conclusion for Robyn, well done Messrs Einstein and Newton for your astute observations. Once again Chris, a great offering to us humble amateurs.

By: Imagephotographics

Light by AliceLuisePhotography

Light

A really well thought out and executed self portrait Alice, well done! I agree with woolybill1 and accipiter's comments, but it is a mixture of them both. If the original image is larger than the one that you have posted, then there is nothing wrong with the composition at all - it just needs the picture to be tweaked in post production (cropping) - to your own taste. Technically it is sound. Remember, photography is all about self expression, and if you are happy with what you have set out do and achieved, then it's job done.

Tom

By: AliceLuisePhotography

WICKED WIDOW by Imagephotographics

WICKED WIDOW

I always enjoy your work Chris. I would love to aspire to do quality portraits like this. The tight crop enhances everything that needs to be highlighted. Absolutely superb.

Tom

By: Imagephotographics

Katie Green by dudler

Katie Green

I love your portfolio John, always experimenting and producing interesting results. Thank you Hasselblad, thank you John, and most of all, thank you Katie. A real model and not a skinny Minnie - following your campaign with interest, more power to your elbow girl!!!

Tom

By: dudler

Female Bearded Tit by ianrobinson

Female Bearded Tit

An absolute corker Ian. Lovely warm tones, also displaying exquisite detail - what's not to like?

Tom

By: ianrobinson