Will Cheung Shoots Marco Photography With The Help Of MPB
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MandsH 16 England
27 Feb 2008 8:20AM
Really like this image, especially in mono as it works well
WelshKiwi 15 3.2k 2 Wales
27 Feb 2008 8:21AM
Well done you for doing stuff out of your comfort zone.

Im not good at stuff like this so I dont feel as if I can comment.

However, I love how you have captured the guy under the clock, its nice that he is not looking straight at you.

Keep trying and it will be less scary Smile

Have fun with your son Smile

Lee Smile
Badgerfred 16 39 Wales
27 Feb 2008 8:39AM
Like this Dave, hope that clock stays put , must weigh a bit,
fentiger 21 920 24 England
27 Feb 2008 8:46AM
Nothing to rip apart. A very well captured candid and IMO absolutely right in mono.
Richsr 16 91 224 England
27 Feb 2008 8:51AM
Like it Dave - for me I would have croped out the pump handles on the rhs as they are a bit distracting - but then it might alter the balance of the image. Well captured.
regards Richard.
Hoffy 18 262 16 England
27 Feb 2008 8:56AM
Yes please and a packet of crisp, cheese and onion would be nice. lol
great capture.
franken Plus
20 5.7k 4 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 8:59AM
Works well in b/w.

User_Removed 16 16 England
27 Feb 2008 9:02AM
Nicely caught pensive moment and the whole comp works a treat
bayleaf 15 8 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 9:22AM
Lovely shot Dave Smile

Chant57 17 395 3 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 9:28AM
Subject matter is perfectly suited to mono Dave, I like the movement in the hand, the expression on the chap under the clock. Plenty of detail for the viewer to take on board, great title, and a good candid.
MickyMc 15 8 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 9:35AM
A great candid shot with lots to look at and enjoy The pump handle is a little bit distracting. If it was'nt there you would see the money easier and that adds to the story I think.
MickyMc 15 8 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 9:36AM
Sorry, Have a super time with your son I could listen for ever to tales from Australia.
woolybill1 Plus
16 39 79 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 9:52AM
I don't think you need any lessons. Well seen and captured, mono is perfect. I would leave the beer pump handles, they say "bar" rather than "table" more distinctly than anything else.
Diana 16 2.0k 19 Netherlands
27 Feb 2008 9:58AM
I didn't think we'd hear that you had finished the decorating this soon Smile well done

I love this mono and the title is superb too. Just a moment in time captured forever
leons29 15 South Africa
27 Feb 2008 10:04AM
I love it, and it only being 14:07 there is more than enough time to knock a few more back, really great and the mono does it justice
Buffalo_Tom Plus
16 2.3k 29 Wales
27 Feb 2008 10:23AM
Great candid and the tones are perfect for the image.Well done Dave.
GalleryGirl 15 4 2 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 10:50AM
At least the wife knows where you were at 7 minutes passed two Wink
Have fun with your Son and his other half - forget the voting!
Fab candid.
Marilyn x
User_Removed 15 172 1 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 10:57AM
Great capture, good tones
mrswoolybill Plus
16 4.1k 2606 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 11:27AM
It's good to stray out of the comfort zone occasionally. This works - but I approve of Richard's suggestion of cropping off the pump handles, that would focus attention on faces and hands.
Hope you stray out of zone some more, it can get addictive though!
luxaeternam 15 21 1
27 Feb 2008 11:43AM
What's with the 24 hour clock thing - or is it the score in pints between the two geezers?
Smile Lucy
pascalg 15 37 1 France
27 Feb 2008 12:16PM
very nice mono !
Joline Plus
17 38 59 United States
27 Feb 2008 1:01PM
Interesting capture...I agree that a crop from the right would tighten it up more, but nice candid none the less.
Cormy 15 3 England
27 Feb 2008 1:16PM
Like it Dave.Its much "cleaner " without the pumps but they do add something to the scene.I'll bet that guy has sat under the clock for years.
User_Removed 19 16 1 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 1:24PM
I do like nuumber 2 has it hasn't the distracting pump in it.

dathersmith 16 565 12 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 1:57PM
A great shot Dave, nice in mono and I like the cropped version.

JouŠo 19 56 Finland
27 Feb 2008 1:58PM
v1 for me.........

Excellent work, Dave......

StevenPrice 18 30 2 England
27 Feb 2008 2:30PM
heres # 30 & an RC mines a pint Dave hahaha.

jaktis 19 84 Sweden
27 Feb 2008 2:32PM
#2 is more strict and has less things that draws attention from the object

Bob_V 15 1 2 United States
27 Feb 2008 2:37PM
Great mono work Dave, ver 2 for me.
proz 18 205 United States
27 Feb 2008 2:39PM
super candid Dave, lets see more!
plugin 18 1 Canada
27 Feb 2008 2:40PM
Mono works perfect for this.. great capture.
leons29 15 South Africa
27 Feb 2008 3:07PM
The suggested crop really worked well
jaecat 15 29 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 3:29PM
make mine a blue wkd please.i really like these pictures keep up the good work.
dawnmichelle 15 12 United States
27 Feb 2008 3:37PM
Really like how you captured this shot.. the expressions are priceless .. the b/w is perfect as well ... like both versions ...you found a new calling it seems...
phil87 15 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 3:42PM
Great mono shot love the detail.

AnneWorner 15 620 43 United States
27 Feb 2008 3:49PM
Great candid Dave, and lovely expression on the old guy's face. I agree the crop has helped the image. It's good to get that feed-back, isn't it?
helenlinda Plus
15 374 22 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 3:58PM
Super as mono. The full face has more impact without the distraction of the pumps.
Timeless, yet dominated by the huge clock.
Good one
Brilane 16 5 12 Wales
27 Feb 2008 4:09PM
A great opportunity shot, lovely expression.
SKavanagh 15 312 5 England
27 Feb 2008 4:55PM
Excellent Dave great mono i like No2 because there is more contrast
akw 15 341 3 England
27 Feb 2008 4:59PM
Great image, like both versions
glyndwr 16 103 10 Wales
27 Feb 2008 6:46PM
Looks good to me Dave, V1 my preference.

Nettles 16 England
27 Feb 2008 7:08PM
Love the expression of the chap under the clock, he looks in his own world and miles away.
Super shot.
Rende 16 38 4 Netherlands
27 Feb 2008 8:16PM
Wonderful candid Dave; I would choose #2 with the tones of #1.
Libby_M 16 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 8:18PM
this is fab
love the black and white
so you can take good photos of what ever yr subject
great shot
Hop-A-Long 16 52 1 England
27 Feb 2008 8:27PM
Excellent mono images. Nice work.
nickyv32 15 135 England
27 Feb 2008 10:21PM
Brillaint mono images, great shots.

digiray63 16 4 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2008 10:54PM
Nice capture, I like the crop.
imagio 16 12 1 England
27 Feb 2008 11:42PM
Excellent Dave

tigertimb 15 40 66 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2008 12:05AM
Great candid Dave; you've captured a wonderful expression with bags of character and the B&W just enhances the "dads army" feel for me Smile
28 Feb 2008 5:37AM
Great candid shot Dave and No1 works for me.
JudeC 16 6 3 England
28 Feb 2008 8:05AM
Hi - stunning pair of images - V2 for me - Jude.
Dotrob 17 Wales
28 Feb 2008 9:53AM
Great mono images.
Strobe 15 1.3k United States
28 Feb 2008 3:13PM
I like it Dave, good to try something out of your zone. I live V2 and the motion of the hand.
rmr 15 1 Wales
28 Feb 2008 8:13PM
super macro dave suits the picture well ,the two guys are enjoying being photographed
well done
lonely_oryx 15 61 55 England
29 Feb 2008 3:40PM
Excellent character study
brianjw 16 4
1 Mar 2008 7:25AM
I think you've done a brilliant job.
Glostopcat 17 255 2 England
1 Mar 2008 8:38PM
An excellent candid Dave
JimV 16 6 3 Canada
2 Mar 2008 3:07AM
Excellent candid Dave, strongly disagree with those who would crop off the right side, very necessary for balance, but mainly to also convey the pub atmosphere!
Rgds., Jim
11 Apr 2008 4:15PM
Love this one

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