Login or Join Now

Upload your photos, chat, win prizes and much more

Remember Me

Can't Access your Account?

New to ePHOTOzine? Join ePHOTOzine for free!

Join Now

Join ePHOTOzine, the friendliest photography community.

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more for free!


Connect to User


gajewski's Gallery Comments

gajewski > gajewski Recent Activity > gajewski's Gallery Comments
Dreamer by pentony


Wonderful use of light (as others have noted) and a very nice pose as well.

By: pentony

Patch Work by nonur

Patch Work

Great capture, Nezih. I love the colors and gritty detail.

By: nonur

cheeseburger by lude69dotcom


Wow -- cardiac city. Where is this?
PS Anywhere near me in Long Beach, California?

By: lude69dotcom

Woodland Pond by BarbaraR

Woodland Pond

This one certainly does it for me. I understand what you mean about not being able to do justice to a landscape with a photograph but this one makes me want to be there right now.

By: BarbaraR

Processing Grade by Joline

Processing Grade

I enjoy taking this sort of tour of industrial facilities. I'm glad you are sharing this with us. I find it fascinating.
PS So all of our potatoes don't come from Idaho? Smile

By: Joline

Calendula by taggart


Very clever use of the 300mm end of that lens -- creating an interesting oof bg and a nice bokeh.

By: taggart

Walter Reads the Will by Daisymaye

Walter Reads the Will

All appropriately spooky, Sandy.

By: Daisymaye

Free bird. by mikbee

Free bird.

Ugh, Mick.
Now I can't shake images of that long beak diving into my bath. As they say -- "you can't un-ring that bell."

By: mikbee

Gone Fishing by marktc

Gone Fishing

You definitely got this right. It looks great.
PS I recently started going through some of my old images to correct for the exact same problem. The Photoshop lens distortion make it so easy nowadays.

By: marktc

big-eyed beastie! by CarolG

big-eyed beastie!

Holy cow! Talk about up front and in your face.
Nice one, Carol.

By: CarolG

poppies in the moat, by Paree

poppies in the moat,

The perfect image to accompany this text.

By: Paree

New Orleans by Daisymaye

New Orleans

You've really captured the spirit of the night life down there, Sandy. Bon ton roulet.

By: Daisymaye

Climbers at Aiguille du Midi by millaross

Climbers at Aiguille du Midi

A fantastic shot. Great work keeping the whole image in proper exposure -- not easy in these circumstances (including the bright snow outside and the shadows of the ice enclosure.

By: millaross

Ghosts on the Spanish Steps by millaross

Ghosts on the Spanish Steps

The perfect use of motion blur. This one deserves more attention.

By: millaross

Fountain in Split 2 by millaross

Fountain in Split 2

I'm a big fan of shots done in low light. This one works for me.
Nice one, millaross.

By: millaross

Catch in the light by Richsr

Catch in the light

Yes, that look of hers really does enhance the drama of your shot, Richard.
Nicely done -- both of you.

By: Richsr

Retro show by Split

Retro show

Your B&W tones are perfect for the retro subject of your image here.

By: Split

Faith by Richsr


Richard, I'm amazed at the lighting here. You created a masterfully lit shot using natural light outdoors. Not an easy task.

By: Richsr

Maine Coone in classic mouse pointing posiition by annettep38

Maine Coone in classic mouse pointing posiition

Look at that concentration in the eyes. No way any mouse is getting away today.

By: annettep38

Mouldering by woolybill1


Nice capture, Bill. Lots of nice gritty detail and I like the juxtaposition of the rusting equipment with the colorful plant life taking over.

By: woolybill1



I love these rich colors -- especially that deep blue sky.

By: Tish1

Sales pitch by mrswoolybill

Sales pitch

If ever a shot should not be mono -- this is it.
Nice one.
PS How many men have said to their wives "just because I visit a strip club, doesn't mean I look at women?"

By: mrswoolybill

Let there be light by mrswoolybill

Let there be light

Interesting what can present itself when you least expect it. This is the perfect comp., Moira and I love your B&W tonalities and gritty detail here.

By: mrswoolybill

Sitting Pretty by banehawi

Sitting Pretty

Wonderful lighting.

By: banehawi

Central Provisions by banehawi

Central Provisions

Nice low light shot -- lots of character.

By: banehawi

Happy Chickens by gajewski

Happy Chickens

Thanks, Lynne. I think it's the lighting that attracts me to night markets as a subject.

By: gajewski



I can certainly see why so many picked V3. However, for me, V2 edges it out as my favorite.
As to the long process you went through. I suspect there is an easier way. If you are getting Photomatix, as mentioned by Trev, you will be able to have it do all the heavy lifting for you.
The other thing to be aware of is that a lot of photos that look untouched are, in fact, the product of a lot of work.

By: Tish1

Annette38's Bugs Part 1 by LynneJoyce

Annette38's Bugs Part 1

Wow -- a year's worth of French bugs all in a single series.
V11 and V12 are my favorites -- absolute masterpieces.


By: LynneJoyce

the next generation. by annettep38

the next generation.

Very nice shot, Annette -- with a particularly pleasing bokeh here.

By: annettep38

Tschonoski's Maple by taggart

Tschonoski's Maple

Great autumnal image, Jenn. Sometimes putting the subject smack in the middle of the frame is the perfect thing to do. This is one of those times.
I like how the tree bark acts as a natural frame.

By: taggart