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  • Passage

    Very nicely done Amanda. Where is this?
    • 19 Jan 2014 9:35PM
  • within isolation

    Lovely shot and lead in with a well balanced exposure. Nice one
    • 6 Nov 2012 7:19PM
  • "SETTING SUN" (Meols Estuary North west England)

    A nice idea Ray But it might have worked better if you had taken the shot before sunrise and got some great colour from a backlit sky, maybe it was? The reflection would only have worked on still water and their looks to be a bit of breeze on this. I think you can still improe the shot with some careful cropping. Placing the horizon on the upper horizontal third and the boat on the left hand vertical third. Still a pleasant shot though and you have enough other stuff that is on the money
    • 25 Oct 2012 8:50PM
  • Sunset at Muckross Lake

    This is right up my street Paul. A nice balanced exposure with some quality light and you did well to maintain some detail in the mountains. Nice one
    • 17 Sep 2012 9:29PM
  • Staithes Sunrise

    You certainly got the sky Dave and a lovely sunburst. A view point I must try sometime. I was just looking for me perched precariously down the cliff but you must have cloned me out. All the best Ralph
    • 22 Jul 2012 9:45PM
  • The Darter...

    Looks like a purple Heron to me. Rarely seen in the UK but a fabulous shot. I just might be tempted to take out that blue tinge on the water and on parts of the bird. In photoshop go to the image tab then, adjustments and then Hue & Saturation. Click the drop down menu that says master and click on Blue or Cyan. Then move the saturation slider to the left until it looks a bit more natural. Hope this helps. Ralph
    • 19 Jun 2012 11:38AM
  • North Bay, Scarborough

    Yes I'm from Scarborough Dave and only 5 mins from here so I keep coming down when the weather looks promising. Not sure I could have got much lower as I was only 1' of the ground. I suppose I could get a tad lower but then it would be a belly shot and I would be a bit wet. Thanks for your comments.
    • 24 Dec 2011 3:39PM
  • Yes your portfolio is quite stunning and deserves more attention. Look forward to seeing more of your landscapes. Ralph
  • Looked at your portfolio following a comment from you on one of my photo's and I must say you have a fantastic professional portfolio. You have mastered the use of light and composition in your portraits like no others I have seen in here. It has been a peasure viewing them. Nice work - Ralph.
  • Rose your work is very artistic. They seem very specialised techniques, which you seem to have mastered to perfection.
    they would not look out of place on an album cover. Great work - Ralph
    • Posted on Klearose's profile
    • 10 May 2007 10:42AM
  • Thank's for the comment on my pics of the horses, I do have some problems with bleach out on some of my shots, however it is just a small compact with no manual controls.
    I also have just a basic edition of photoshop. I suppose until I move up a league in terms of getting an SLR and going manual I will just have to put up with it for now.
    Thank's again. Ralph
    • Posted on Tooth's profile
    • 9 Feb 2007 10:29AM