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Are you looking at me by RGH54

Are you looking at me

like the soft vignette helps with the dof - your going to have to start teaching me how to use light room

By: RGH54

End of the Dock by RGH54

End of the Dock

you leaving some of us behind now with your b/w style love the sky in this

By: RGH54

reflections by JWB49

reflections

love the reflections, it takes time to realise which bits are reflection and which are real.

By: JWB49

Down by the Sea by RGH54

Down by the Sea

getting an eye for b/w like it
try exposing the sky in lightroom then saving, then create a seperate saved shot of the forground and overlay both shots and blend the two, as the glimpses of the sky you have look very interesting and you could bring out the bets in the foreground with what could be a dramatic sky

By: RGH54

If you go down to the woods today by RGH54

If you go down to the woods today

love this great blacks strong contrast

By: RGH54

Penguin by RGH54

Penguin

like it mate excellent dof

By: RGH54

Plant Bug (Heterotoma planicornis) by Metro6R4

Plant Bug (Heterotoma planicornis)

You have some great close up stuff here paul wicked, and well done on the competition win keep in touch my friend see you soon

By: Metro6R4

Romanian pottery by razvanesqu

Romanian pottery

Love it love the depth of filed and the texture shown in the hands

By: razvanesqu

Milkyway over Panama by gnovey

Milkyway over Panama

wow love this shot did a great job of exposure without much trailing

By: gnovey

Female Common Darter by Metro6R4

Female Common Darter

love it PD is it one shot or have you focus stacked a series

By: Metro6R4

Sinai Sunset by RGH54

Sinai Sunset

wicked my friend - maybe a tripod would have helped but i dont think your baggage allowance would have allowed it unless you left all your bikinis behind!

By: RGH54

Shepherds warning by Timpsonboy

Shepherds warning

tremendous picture, and to know that you have achived this totally using manual mode is a great credit to your determination to learn - well done micky

By: Timpsonboy

Onward to Dusk.. by chris-p

Onward to Dusk..

love this type of picture you would want hanging in your home - gives me inspiration to continue to improve my own shots until i can get to this standard fab

By: chris-p

Living in These Hard Times by tull

Living in These Hard Times

great provocative shot well lit to set the mood of your message, i must have more like that than ones i can use!
great stuff

By: tull

A flower by queengu21

A flower

great shot love the clarity

your canon has a crop factor of 1.6 if you used a 100mm lens your 35mm equivalent is 160mm goto this link for a good explanation
http://www.digital-slr-guide.com/crop-factor.html

By: queengu21

Chatsworth by Timpsonboy

Chatsworth

hi mate left you a modification did a bit of cropping to make the sheep more of a feature and gave it a postcard picture feel see what you think

By: Timpsonboy

Olympic Calories by woolybill1

Olympic Calories

love the title, the focus on the can is excellent

By: woolybill1

Spikey by RGH54

Spikey

has a very metalic feel to it great shot

By: RGH54

Saturday Shopping by Mable

Saturday Shopping

very cleaver love it

By: Mable

Bucket & Sponge by Morpyre

Bucket & Sponge

love the contrasts

By: Morpyre

Haverfordwest skyshot by Timpsonboy

Haverfordwest skyshot

hi micky like the contrast between blue and white - good start
ryan is RGH54 paul dooley is METRO6R4

By: Timpsonboy

New Kings Cross Station London by Metro6R4

New Kings Cross Station London

great shot theres a sense overload with your eyes following colours then lines etc love it. by the way whats the verdict on the x-s1

By: Metro6R4

Hard at work by RGH54

Hard at work

now were talking - you really starting to unleash your creative side
it has a 60's feel to it or even a shot from the great chess battle of Spasky vs Fisher in the 70's just love it

if you can learn to take photos like this in 5 months i think you should turn your attention to the problem of getting electricity from nuclear fusion reactors that might take you 12 months!!!!!!!!!

top stuff mate

By: RGH54

Red riding hood 3 by TheWanderer

Red riding hood 3

amazing, stunning,..... what else can i say

By: TheWanderer

New Style Lastolite Portraits by Metro6R4

New Style Lastolite Portraits

something very edvard munch (the scream) about it
still think us all getting in it would have been a laugh if we had had time and could work out how to get back out again!

By: Metro6R4

Rocks and Water by danbrann

Rocks and Water

this is better than a lot of examples of slow shutter speeds i've seen in some very expensive books! - what a great shot

By: danbrann

quiet reflection by jimmymack

quiet reflection

this was taken inside the great hall of Lincoln Cathedral all i did was cop from landscape to portrait to remove a group of people on the right of the shot then in post process deepened the contrast a little. this shot was a case of being in the right place at the right time with the perfect weather conditions, ill show you the original when we meet next

By: jimmymack

steves banana split by SmileySteve

steves banana split

A great interpretation of what i have seen on photo extremist great shadows

By: SmileySteve

Tufted Duck by Metro6R4

Tufted Duck

the clarity in this picture is unbelievable

By: Metro6R4

lincoln cathedral by jimmymack

lincoln cathedral

thanks for you comment Paul - i myself had thought it a bit grainy as i didn't use a flash inside the cathedral shows what i know

By: jimmymack