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  • K D

    Quote:I think it works nicely. Well done. What kind of light did you use?

    Lumen8 400 with softbox.
    • 2 Jun 2010 12:01AM
  • At the Window

    Thanks for taking the time guys.
    • 2 Sep 2009 8:55AM
  • Version Three

    Thanks for looking and particularly for your comments.

    Sawdust, if you use Layers in photoshop it is easy to replicate, just three layers used. I'll put a step-by-step guide together and post it.

    • 27 Aug 2008 10:22PM
  • sophie

    Beautifully lit, great expression. The pose looks a little awkward but that just adds to its quirkiness and overall it works.

    • 27 Aug 2008 7:38PM
  • For Ian

    Thanks for the comments guys.
    Only three comments so far on which version is preffered, score is currently 2 : 1 in favour of this one.

    (I think)
    • 26 Aug 2008 5:31PM
  • Charlene 3

    No need to be nervous, this is a well executed portrait.

    • 7 Aug 2008 10:19AM
  • Hide and Seek

    Quite a scary image, gets my click for being unusual and the lighting

    • 6 Aug 2008 9:22PM
  • Fugde the cat

    Ah, the green eyed monster!
    • 6 Aug 2008 9:17PM
  • half life

    Yep, works for me. Though should it be called 'Quater Life' ;)

    • 6 Aug 2008 9:08PM

    Oh this is good
    • 6 Aug 2008 8:39PM
  • Spikey!

    Nicely isolated, vibrant colour, love it.

    • 6 Aug 2008 8:34PM
  • Does It Work?

    Hi Steve & Steve, thanks for the comments, I did try the backgroung image in greyscale but it was a bit too drastic for me.

    • 6 Aug 2008 8:13PM
  • Brown Eyed Girl

    Thanks for looking and the kind comments.

    • 2 Aug 2008 7:21AM
  • Good Morning

    Good Morning indeed!

    Stunning Image

    That light is breathtaking.
    • 1 Aug 2008 12:37AM
  • Emily

    Nice tight shot, would like to see it sharpened less.

    • 1 Aug 2008 12:25AM
  • Warmer Jack

    Thanks for the comments guys,
    off to celebrate my Birthday now.

    • 14 Feb 2006 3:08AM
  • Jack the Lad

    Thanks for the comments guys.

    Good point Boyd, I'll put a warmer version up tomorrow.

    • 13 Feb 2006 12:27PM
  • The Story Tree

    Hi Richard, just seen this. You should have asked, I could have saved your shoe leather. Any way a great shot of him, it's a chain saw carving by Nansi Hemming you can read about it HERE .

    • 12 Jul 2006 11:49PM
  • What do you mean..

    Chears Vince. thanks for the ID. not through glass though, I had the window open.

    • 2 May 2006 6:27AM
  • The Howling

    Just GREAT
    • 7 Mar 2006 12:28PM
  • Shipwreck

    Best shot with the Helvetia I have seen Geoff. Nailed it Sir.

    • 7 Mar 2006 12:21PM
  • Derek Pye

    Your ability to see the shot and take it where others dare not tread is evident in this self-portrait. Who else would subtly include the necessary (for the protection of your magnificent, yet understated jewels) guard dog in the background, by placing him partly in shade, you have in one stroke reduced his overall presence and yet still allowed him to be a threat.

    • 13 Dec 2005 3:26AM
  • Resting In The Mist

    Not keen on the frame but like the image very much.

    One question, how do we know that the horizon is straight?


    • 3 Dec 2005 2:59PM
  • little help???

    Hi Mik, not sure what you are getting at here but I'll take a guess that when you upload, the colours you see on ePz are muted in comparison with how the image looks in PSP, if this is true, you probably are viewing in PSP in a Colour Space Mode which is not sRGB. I havent used PSP for some time but remember that you can change the default colour space in the preferences and/or you can also set the proofing colour space to sRGB to allow a preview of your image as it will look on a web site.
    To bring the colour out more, boost the Saturation from the menu (cant remember where it lives in PSP).

    This and some of your other recent uploads have reminded me to visit Clyne soon.


    P.S. do you think that your Personal Info could do with updating in view of your migration to digital

    • 3 Dec 2005 2:38PM
  • Long Walk Home

    Bringing warmth to my dismal day, another belter Keith.

    To repeat Boyds question, what is that object to the left of the path as it disappears into the mid-ground?

    • 2 Dec 2005 5:55AM
  • Mummies Girl

    Thanks for the comments guys, much appreciated.
    • 2 Dec 2005 6:09AM
  • Conventional Falls

    Much prefer the composition of this one.

    B&W really works when you have textures like these.

    • 1 Dec 2005 11:51PM
  • Daddies Girl

    Thanks for the comments.

    SUS Two studio flash heads!
    • 1 Dec 2005 7:02AM
  • Sunset rocks

    Love the pastal shades, particularly the reflections on the wet sand.

    • 2 Sep 2005 10:03AM
  • Every cloud........

    Something Special that is!
    • 2 Sep 2005 10:01AM