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Photos:117
Forum Topics:5
Forum Comments:129
Photo Comments:1145
Competition Entries: 0
Modification Uploaded: 2
Connected:9
Jurrasic Rocks

Jurrasic Rocks by ianrobinson

Great sky and perspective. Corking fella.

Oops upside ya head

Oops upside ya head by digitalfingers

I can't understand why this hasn't got more attention. It was very well thought out, and nicely executed.

Ian

Pines and Red lines

Pines and Red lines by MrBlueSky

Well spotted and post processed. Great image.


Ian

Stone walls do not make a prison nor iron bars a cage.

Stone walls do not make a prison nor iron bars a cage. by Gp350

A very provocative image there Gavin. Don't see that often enough. Great stuff.

Ian

Minimalistic landscape

Minimalistic landscape by Diggeo

Sometimes less is more, and this is definitely the case here! Wink Inspiring stuff, nicely done.


Ian

Untitled

Untitled by darrenwilson41

Hi Darren,

Nice composition & the B&W makes it better. The only down side is that it's a touch noisy & there's no prop blur.

Noise Nija or similiar, will sort out the first problem, & photoshop et al will probably help with the latter, but it would been better to get it right in camera. You can get decent aircaft shots at ISO 100 in TV (shutter priority mode). 1/100 - 1/200s will do for choppers, 1/320s - 1/500/s for warbirds & other prop jobs, and 1/800 - 1/1250s for jets old & new.

You'll only need to up the ISO as the weather deteriorates, or if the plane is really big in the frame - the camera will select a large aperture, giving shallow depth of field, and so everything won't be sharp back to front.

Also shoot RAW not JPEG. The RAW file is bigger with more info, so you've got more to play with, or tweak!


Ian

Churnet Way

Churnet Way by ArtyArt

Hi Ian,

I'm a fan of version 2, although both work well. I understand what you mean about the vapour trails, but they could've been removed or attenuated in V2. Just my two-penneth. Wink

Ian

Take off

Take off by Ricky808

Oh very well done. Smile You must've been quick off the mark Wink

Josh Brookes Milwaukee Yamaha

Josh Brookes Milwaukee Yamaha by cgp23

Nice to see a few other bods in the background. Nicely spotted, & of course done Wink

Durdle Dorset

Durdle Dorset by sut68

A refreshingly different take on this much photographed spot. Nicely executed too.

Ian

Life's Reflection

Life's Reflection by Gp350

Classy one sir. Superb.

Ian

Paris by Night

Paris by Night by edrhodes

Very well thought out Ed. Another corker.

Ian

craggwildlife

craggwildlife by craggwildlifephotography

V2 is definitely special, but they're both great shots.

Ian

Between the wires

Between the wires by SteveMoulding

Excellent control, pin sharp, but more importantly evocative of the place. Great stuff.

Ian

Hot & Cold running Owls

Hot & Cold running Owls by phil_j

Keep up the good work and the good(ish) puns Grin

Ian

TopicDate Made
Blowing-Up Images24/04/2007 - 11:16 PM
Image Problem31/08/2006 - 6:37 PM
Vulcan To The Sky Appeal23/08/2006 - 1:40 PM
Searching For a Decent Developer...06/03/2006 - 3:35 PM
Correcting Colour Casts28/01/2004 - 4:12 AM
TopicDate Contibuted
Ever get a 500mm prime lens and wish you had rather bought the 300 mm f2.8 with a 2x extender?30/05/2013 - 4:27 PM
Air Show Lens25/07/2012 - 1:29 PM
mirror lock?24/07/2012 - 9:53 PM
Canon 500d over exposure24/07/2012 - 9:35 PM
Blowing-Up Images24/04/2007 - 11:16 PM
Neutral Density Filters help09/01/2007 - 11:02 PM
Image Problem01/09/2006 - 8:35 PM
Vulcan To The Sky Appeal23/08/2006 - 1:40 PM
Searching For a Decent Developer...06/03/2006 - 11:19 PM
How Far Do You Go?06/03/2006 - 4:13 PM
Filters22/04/2005 - 7:34 AM
Filter Storage20/04/2005 - 3:35 PM
Equipment reviews29/03/2005 - 12:22 PM
Careful where you shoot!29/03/2005 - 6:43 AM
ND Grad strengths29/03/2005 - 3:09 AM
PortfolioAdded Date/Comment

NDODS

Added Date: 19/09/2014 - 9:37 AM

Hi Nathan. Love the Cartier Bresson quote & the way you've spotted the interest in the mundane. Keep on snapping fella.

Ian

BURNBLUE

Added Date: 17/08/2013 - 8:20 PM

You've got a seriously good portfolio here. This has got be the result of connecting with the people you've photographed. Hats off to you matey.

Ian

MarkBroughton

Added Date: 11/08/2013 - 6:32 PM

Hi Mark. You've got some seriously good stuff here Wink

Ian

MrsS

Added Date: 10/08/2013 - 4:36 PM

You've some really great images here Mrs S. More power to your elbow Smile

Ian

csurry

Added Date: 01/08/2013 - 10:09 PM

There's some really great and original stuff here Cheryl.

clintnewsham

Added Date: 01/08/2013 - 9:29 PM

Really imaginative stuff, beautifully produced.

Ian

woodlark

Added Date: 18/06/2013 - 9:04 PM

There's loads of really neatly spotted and captured candids here. Hats of to you Smile

Ian

Tynnwrlluniau

Added Date: 15/06/2013 - 10:53 PM

You've got some really tidy landscapes Alun. Lovely stuff.

Ian

Brian_Scott

Added Date: 10/11/2012 - 9:58 PM

There's some cracking shots here Brian. More power to your elbow.

Ian

mattw

Added Date: 28/07/2012 - 1:06 PM

Great portfolio. Good compositions and, I don't how you did it, but you brought the warmth of Velvia to digital landscapes.

Cor

Added Date: 19/07/2012 - 1:25 PM

A thought provokiing portfolio of photography as art, art as photography, with a nod to the 17c old masters. Very enjoyable.