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bwlchmawr's Gallery Comments

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Kika by chandler1

Kika

Extremely well lit.

By: chandler1

little ballerina by emmlou

little ballerina

How very sweet.

By: emmlou

autumn in the park by zdumus

autumn in the park

I'd crop this a bit to get rid of the clutter on the left. Otherwise it;'s a nice shot. Most attractive woman.

By: zdumus

Best Friends by Fidget

Best Friends

A terrific shot.

By: Fidget

Tatarului Keys by rusudan

Tatarului Keys

A lovely landscape.

By: rusudan

On Shed by bwlchmawr

On Shed


Quote: Great point of view and capture. However I might have been tempted to remove the rather distracting figure...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

Yes, I did consider that as it would have been easy to do but felt it added something.

By: bwlchmawr

THE ORDINARINESS OF NORMALITY by youmightlikethis

THE ORDINARINESS OF NORMALITY

But out of the ordinary, quality-wise.

By: youmightlikethis

Still holding strong by ArtyArt

Still holding strong

Great shot. Very impressive.

By: ArtyArt

Goit Stock by Norma

Goit Stock

A magical landscape.

By: Norma

Wells Cathedral by jason_e

Wells Cathedral

I think one of the finest architectural experiences in the country.

By: jason_e

Varnishing by Chandler

Varnishing

A marvellous shot.

By: Chandler

Leeds Town Hall by ade_mcfade

Leeds Town Hall

A fine architectural study.

By: ade_mcfade

The Tomb of George Wynter (d.1581) and his wife, Anne by bwlchmawr

The Tomb of George Wynter (d.1581) and his wife, Anne


Quote: A strange image...

Peter

Not for the Old World, Peter. All medieval cathedrals and a number of parish churches have tombs similar to this one. Of course, those being commemorated were generally pretty well heeled members of the congregation and often titled.

Kind regards,

Andrew

By: bwlchmawr

Enjoying the View by bwlchmawr

Enjoying the View


Quote: Is this the little island the one across from Weston?
Good mono
Patty

It is indeed, Trix. Actually a Welsh island called Steep Holm.

By: bwlchmawr

Gibraltar runway by NeilS

Gibraltar runway

I've done that: a unique experience.

By: NeilS

Bygone days by Kwosimodo

Bygone days

Is it an Avro Anson?

By: Kwosimodo

Beginish Island by andriyphotography

Beginish Island

A good, strong image.

By: andriyphotography

Kimmi 1 by jwc66uk

Kimmi 1

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

By: jwc66uk

Shelter Home by iancrowson

Shelter Home

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.

By: iancrowson

Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird by arhb

Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird

Terrific shot. Most effective processing.

By: arhb

Berber by iancrowson

Berber

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.

By: iancrowson

Bengal Lancers by Dixxipix

Bengal Lancers

Excellent detail and colour. A fine picture.

By: Dixxipix

Tyana Perez by dnlk_london

Tyana Perez

A lovely spontaneous feel to this beautiful portrait.

By: dnlk_london

pointe by Uppercut

pointe

Unusual and very effective.

By: Uppercut

St Bees Beach in Winter by racheldunsdon

St Bees Beach in Winter

A fine and stylish image.

By: racheldunsdon

Walk the Bridge by Mike43

Walk the Bridge

A stunning image.

By: Mike43

Gallop In The Dust by missmoon

Gallop In The Dust

A marvellous image.

By: missmoon

Together by EmmaMariePhotographyuk

Together

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

By: EmmaMariePhotographyuk

* by TheWanderer

*

A marvellous portrait.

By: TheWanderer

d by Dismorfic

d

Wholly delightful in both concept and execution.

By: Dismorfic