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ivornikon's Gallery Comments

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Bang! by ivornikon

Bang!

Thanks very much for your comments and I see what you mean Rich.

By: ivornikon

Bridge over troubled waters by ivornikon

Bridge over troubled waters

Well spotted Dave, yes it was taken from the London Eye.
Thanks for the comments.

By: ivornikon

Chains by ivornikon

Chains

Thanks for your comments.

By: ivornikon

Eric Treacy Mono by Briwooly

Eric Treacy Mono

This is a cracking photograph. One that I wish I'd taken.

By: Briwooly

Restoration project. by ivornikon

Restoration project.

Thanks everyone for your comments.

By: ivornikon

Evening Glint by robincoombes

Evening Glint

This is a cracking shot you can almost smell it.

By: robincoombes

Hanna #1 by Tracey_McGovern

Hanna #1

Nice one Tracy. Good B & W conversion.

By: Tracey_McGovern

Diana * by CathyT

Diana *

Great shot. love the use of positive space.

By: CathyT

Steps by ade_mcfade

Steps

Nice shot. well seen.

By: ade_mcfade

" Steamy Memories " by cameracat

" Steamy Memories "

Nice shot, plenty of atmosphere.

By: cameracat

dive for the line by NeilWigan

dive for the line

good example of sports photography. open up the aperture a little more to blur the background and your next one will be a cracker.

By: NeilWigan

Wet Wet Wet by danbrann

Wet Wet Wet

Excellent capture and well seen. Sometimes the simplest things make the greatest shots. Well done.

By: danbrann

In a Flap by terry_cavner

In a Flap

Brilliant capture.

By: terry_cavner

still blinded by the light by Diana

still blinded by the light

This is a cracking portrait with a difference. You have a great portfolio.

By: Diana

Emma by ivornikon

Emma


Quote: Another good portrait but lacking a little compared to Chloe, lovely light on her hair, her skin looks a little waxy under the highlight on her cheekbone and her eye is a little dark, the hair over her right eye is a little off putting too, I think it would have been better if the eye was covered by more hair or the wayward hairs pushed back off her face.
Great model/photographer interaction in both shots.

Many thanks for your comments. I am in full agreement with what you say but it's only when someone points them out that you see if for yourself.

Cheers

By: ivornikon

Race ya by ivornikon

Race ya


Quote: Not an easy shot to do I wish we saw more creative photography as it is great to see, we thought out and taken

Charlotte

Is it true or PS you never know, either way good thought and result

Thanks for your comments. Your question regarding if it was PS the answer is no. It was a quick grab shot while on holiday in Central Park. I have a number of other similar frames that arn't sharp.

By: ivornikon

Log Flume by Carrie_1

Log Flume

Nicely framed.

By: Carrie_1

PINK BEACH by Imagephotographics

PINK BEACH

Great shot. Almost magical.

By: Imagephotographics

48151 by Trout_Man

48151

very nice shot.

By: Trout_Man

Red or dead by ivornikon

Red or dead

Thanks for you comments. The title relates to the flowers.

By: ivornikon

CONISTON WATER by Hanners

CONISTON WATER

Love this image. It just pulls you in.

By: Hanners

The Bay Hotel by TrevBatWCC

The Bay Hotel

Liked the look of this very much. V1 the best in my opinion. Then looked at your gallery which has a lot of top notch shots. Keep up the excellent work.
Steve

By: TrevBatWCC

Which Way? by TrevBatWCC

Which Way?

Beautifully exposed and great composition. Wish I had taken it.

By: TrevBatWCC