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Varnishing by Chandler

A marvellous shot.

Leeds Town Hall

Leeds Town Hall by ade_mcfade

A fine architectural study.

Gibraltar runway

Gibraltar runway by NeilS

I've done that: a unique experience.

Bygone days

Bygone days by Kwosimodo

Is it an Avro Anson?

Beginish Island

Beginish Island by andriyphotography

A good, strong image.

Kimmi 1

Kimmi 1 by jwc66uk

A marvellous portrait, very well lit and with gorgeous colours.

Shelter Home

Shelter Home by iancrowson

A very sad and important image. I think of when they were born into the world and what their parents would feel if they saw this picture. And these unfortunates always land themselves with a wretched dog, when they can scarcely take care of themselves.

Technical considerations are largely irrelevant with a subject like this, but I'd still crop off a chunk from the left which would focus attention on the poor woman.

Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird

Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird by arhb

Terrific shot. Most effective processing.


Berber by iancrowson

This is a superb portrait, full of grace and character.

You gave asked for comments so, without wishing to be churlish, it has to be said that the highlights are blown, albeit in a relatively unimportant place. I reckon these highlights would have been easily recoverable from a RAW file taken with my K5. The visible film grain in the sky is, to me, like digital noise, distracting and unacceptable.

I do admire people who persist with film and would hate to see it die out completely and I am sure that printed on a good fibre-based paper and hung on the wall the results would be very pleasing (particularly with such a fine camera and lens) but I am equally sure that digital sensors have now reached the point where detail, noise control and dynamic range are consistently good and probably superior to even fine-grain 35mm film.

Bengal Lancers

Bengal Lancers by Dixxipix

Excellent detail and colour. A fine picture.

Tyana Perez

Tyana Perez by dnlk_london

A lovely spontaneous feel to this beautiful portrait.


pointe by Uppercut

Unusual and very effective.

St Bees Beach in Winter

St Bees Beach in Winter by racheldunsdon

A fine and stylish image.

Walk the Bridge

Walk the Bridge by Mike43

A stunning image.

Gallop In The Dust

Gallop In The Dust by missmoon

A marvellous image.


Together by EmmaMariePhotographyuk

That's so wonderful. I bet they don't pose-up so well when they're awake!

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