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AnthonyM

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  • Low flying Spaniel

    Now that is one happy puppy!
    • 30 Apr 2011 9:19PM
  • NYC Waterfalls III

    Nice photos. Love the very long exposure.

    I was just there over the weekend and saw them on their last day. Can't say I feel lucky... I think they are ugly, a waste of taxpayer money, and a sign of the shortsightedness of those that put them up.

    Still, I never got to see them at night. They are much nicer looking when lit. You captured a beautiful side of them which I never got a chance to see.
    • 17 Oct 2008 4:02AM
  • Two softies

    Wonderful looking puppies. But, of course, no way to take a bad photo of a Rottie, is there? We've rescued rotties for years, just wonderful "softies" as you put it!
    • 29 Aug 2008 2:41AM
  • Doggy Portrait

    Looks like a teddy bear! I think the darkened eye area makes him look sad, but overall I like the photo.
    • 24 Aug 2008 5:01AM
  • Hibiscus

    Thanks! In the past I had always used those super zooms that had "macro" pasted at the end of their names. I've never done real macro photography before, so I was really shocked at the difference a real macro lens made.
    • 13 Jun 2008 10:55AM
  • cats eyes

    Great mod on the eyes. Perhaps a little over done, but makes for a great image.
    • 16 Feb 2007 4:24PM
  • parfum

    Tanks for the comments.

    Kirk, I like your mod. Although perhaps a little over done for my taste, the bottom does better match the top. I may have a go at that to even things out a bit. Thanks.

    Mavis, yeah having the monitor on its back and objects set upon it is probably not a great idea. But I had it supported well and the object was pretty light.
    The camera shop sells large squares of polarized plastic that you can set over a light table. They work slightly better and although quite expensive, it would be cheaper than a new monitor. Smile But for a quick experiment the LCD monitor works great.
    • 11 Feb 2007 12:37PM
  • FYI, Love the SkinnyPuppy Avatar image. Hard to find people who know of them.

    Nice portfolio you got going.