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  • 14 by Pete

    Thought this was Mr Habbick for a mo....................Wink

    Nicely put together Pete
    • 13 May 2012 11:52PM
  • i-kid-ney-not... by tull

    Love Hearts, you great big soppy lump .....................WinkWinkWinkWink

    Good to hear all going well mate, wishing you a speedy and full recovery.
    • 24 Jan 2012 6:06PM
  • Coppice CCCXI by tomcat

    Best viewed large as the detail is stunning.

    Cracker Adrian, as per...........Wink
    • 20 Jan 2012 7:59PM
  • The Rover by MrsS

    Are you sure that's not Mr S stuck in the sand...................Tongue

    Lovely colours Fran.
    • 20 Jan 2012 7:30PM
  • Barnacle Bill by bfgstew

    Thanks Carol and Peter, appreciated and you others for clicks...........Wink

    Off to cook fish pie for tea so catch up laters.
    • 20 Jan 2012 5:33PM
  • Audi Fleet by ade_mcfade

    I would bet a bit more than 10, but the main thing, it is going on the front cover of a book that will get a large circulation, congrats on that Ade.

    As for the shot, the low angle gives the cars that, nice squat profile, something that potential buyers love to see.
    • 24 Nov 2011 6:35PM
  • what you looking at? by kmckillop

    Fantastic capture, a perfect wildlife shot of a very shy creature, gets my vote and more.

    Shortlisting.

    Stewart
    • 16 Nov 2011 10:03PM
  • Eye Fi SD Cards

    "I have mentioned before on many threads of a similar nature, from experience, the best way is to shoot Raw + jpeg, set the jpeg to the smallest possible file size, s...
    by bfgstew | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Have I got a bargain or a white elephant?

    Lastolite used to make a stand mount and umbrella holder for the Metz hammer guns, well worth looking out for one (or two). Think they are out of production now but have ...
    by bfgstew | Last Post | Unread
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  • Macro and micromacro lighting

    Stewart, for more lighting options, the old high voltage flash units can be picked up for a few quid off Ebay, they can be optically triggered so you don't endanger your...
    by bfgstew | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Extension tubes

    Just had a look at the Nikon 300mm f4 D AF-S IF ED Lens, seems good vaue for money, use a X1.4 or a X2 tele converter giving 420mm or 600mm for the loss of a few stops, r...
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  • Unwanted or broken flash guns

    This may sound a bit of a cheek and may not be the correct place to put this, but here goes. I would be grateful if anybody has an old flashgun, Nikon compatible, that...
    by bfgstew | Last Post | Unread
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  • Good macro

    I have just had a play with my camera with my SB-600 attached and was taking some nice sharp images, getting flash and shutter synched was easy, well for me anyway, as a ...
    by bfgstew | Last Post | Unread
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  • Building a ring flash

    I have tried experimenting with them but they are not strong enough compared to a flash unit, and lack flexibility.
    by bfgstew | Last Post | Unread
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  • Eye Fi SD Cards

    "I have mentioned before on many threads of a similar nature, from experience, the best way is to shoot Raw + jpeg, set the jpeg to the smallest possible file size, s...
    by bfgstew | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Book recommendations

    Also, Stephen Kings Gunslinger " series..not horror, but an epic & his own favourite.
    by Nick_w | Last Post | Unread
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  • Ring Flash

    I have a coco ringflash. It cost about £55 and i am disapointed with the build quality. it does not look like it has been glued together right. You need a 580 ex speed...
    by IFIMAGE | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 5
  • Hanimex TZ 36 Flashgun

    If you're really up to it, you can make this to trigger your flash? I have 2 Metz 45 TC-4's running off this with my Nikon D200!!!!!! This is down to triumphV8 (Chr...
    by Sameburke | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 5
  • My Website

    Slight update. EPZ gets a B with Adblock running (81%) and C (without 79%). Clearly, high volume or graphic intensive sites are going to rate lower (or require a lot of e...
    by smileatchrisdev | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 11
  • A Good News Story... my mate tull...

    Just seen this thread so I hope by now you are home and feeling much better Mark you were one of my favourites on EPZ when I first joined and always helpful with quest...
    by billydo | Last Post | Unread
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  • Classic Pub Crawls in the UK

    We did 'The Gloucester Rd' in Bristol a few times, forgot how many pubs along the way, but after half way we were too far gone to bother............HIC In my old home ...
    by ade_mcfade | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 19

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  • Posted on cattyal's profile

    Wonderful P/F Alison, varied, artistic, quirky and above all else an individual style that is very pleasing.
    • 16 Jul 2011 4:55PM
  • Posted on Fishnet's profile

    An uplifting and vibrant P/F Anna, a pleasure viewing, love your distinctive style.
    • 18 Mar 2011 4:59AM
  • Posted on andy210966's profile

    A cracking P/F mate, filled with stunning landscapes, especially "through the clouds", my fav. And then has a good smattering of abstract work which is very well crafted.
    A P/F to be proud of Andy, keep up the good work.

    Stewart
    • 10 Dec 2010 3:06AM
  • Posted on sut68's profile

    About time I had a browse through your P/F Paul, glad I did.
    From humble beginnings you soon got into your stride, and the rest they say is history, keep it up.
    • 9 Nov 2010 5:24PM
  • Posted on newy17's profile

    Cracking P/F Ian, nice and varied. You've come a long way in a short time, keep it.
    Regards
    Stewart
    • 7 Jun 2009 10:51PM
  • Posted on sunshot's profile

    Stunning P/F Marc, you have come a long way in a short space of time, keep up the good work.
    Regards
    Stewart
    • 15 May 2009 1:50PM
  • Posted on Eviscera's profile

    Thought it was about time i popped in and browsed your P/F!
    Glad i did, didn't realise how much i have missed.......sorryWink
    I think the comments below are testement to your work Dave.
    Has your mojo been found or are you on the path to enlightenment still? What ever happens keep going, a skill like yours can never fade.
    Best regards
    Stewart
    • 10 Feb 2009 10:22AM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    An inspirational P/F Dave, I will keep coming back to see how it's done!
    Many thanks for your user award, it's much appreciated.
    Stewart
    • 29 Dec 2008 11:52PM
  • Posted on PLCimagery's profile

    What a beautiful P/F Peter, a pleasure to view.
    • 9 Dec 2008 2:45PM
  • Posted on backbeat's profile

    Hi, have been meaning to look through your P/F for some time now and glad i managed it today.
    From humble beginnings to a sublime style, excellent stuff and, for me 'Face' is a masterpiece, you have captured the essence of these majestic animals superbly.
    Stewart
    • 21 Oct 2008 2:42PM
  • Posted on dianah's profile

    The build up of your P/F from such humble beginnings to quite an explosion of colour and style is envious Di. Thank you for sharing.
    Stew
    • 12 Jun 2008 4:28PM
  • Posted on Jouİo's profile

    Wonderful P/F Jouko.
    From humble beginnings to a masterclass in sunsets and brollies! LOL.
    Thanks for sharing your work.
    Stew
    • 1 May 2008 12:30PM
  • Posted on Terry L's profile

    An inspirational P/F Terry and may i say what a superb job you are doing with SEEING. Thank you for sharing such wonderful images.
    Stewart
    • 12 Mar 2008 9:50PM
  • Posted on baker58's profile

    What a stunning P/F Paul, your simplistic view on mother nature has rewarded you with a skill many, including myself, find hard to do.
    Stewart
    • 11 Mar 2008 10:03PM
  • Posted on JYBluesman's profile

    A colourful and bright P/F Jeff, keep them coming.
    Many thanks for your kind words and support it is much appreciated.
    Regards
    Stew
    • 18 Nov 2007 11:44PM
  • Posted on RogH's profile

    Nice P/F Roger, some absolute beautiful landscape images in here, keep up the good work and look forward to seeing more of the same.
    Regards
    Stew
    • 18 Nov 2007 11:40PM
  • Posted on KKmoments's profile

    Thought it was about time i paid a visit and admired your work from start to finish. I have commented on many of your images, some i have missed and i do apologise for that.
    Simply stunning stuff Karen, keep them coming as your getting damn good at this photography malarky!
    Stew
    • 8 Oct 2007 10:19PM
  • Posted on John_Duckett's profile

    Saw your image in the EC section and was amazed by it, so thought i'd check your P/F out!!!!!!!!!
    Still the 2 you have a pretty stunning, and one's has an EC.
    Glad your back in the groove and enjoying your photography again, will keep on eye out for your work.
    Stew
    • 21 Sep 2007 7:35PM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    Vivid and imaginative masterpieces Victor, all very thought provoking and inspirational. Thank you for sharing your work with us all, long may it continue.
    I know my work is improving, albeit slowly, but to have some one of your talent acknowledging it makes it worth while, many thanks again Victor.
    Stew
    • 18 Sep 2007 4:45PM
  • Posted on Possum's profile

    Thought it about time i thanked you for your kind comments on my work. And a big thank you for sharing your wonderful work with us all.
    Stew
    • 18 Sep 2007 4:38PM
  • Posted on Dotrob's profile

    What a pleasant find you are, your PF is superb!!!
    There are to many to mention so a big click from me and you have been added to my fav list so i don't miss out.
    Regards
    Stew
    • 6 Sep 2007 10:08PM
  • Posted on taggart's profile

    You keep seeing the same names pop up on comments, so decided to try and put a face to a name. I wish i hadn't now, Your portfolio is pretty impressive to say the least, and has knocked me for six (good old fashioned English saying) but it has given me a target, at the moment a very far off target, but a target non the less to aim for. Keep up the fantastic work.
    Stew
    • 27 Nov 2006 2:40PM
  • Posted on Tom_H's profile

    Had a quick browse of your Portfolio and pretty impressive it is too. Thanks for the comment on my Damsel fly pic today, this is what this site is all about, much appriciated.
    Stew.
    PS Keep up the good work.
    • 3 Oct 2006 7:24PM
  • Posted on tull's profile

    Hi
    A varied array of very nice images, to many good ones to click so thought a small personal note would be better, love the 'whistler' i take it as a reference to the song by your name sake (a fine musician) my favourite is 'Jack in the green' but we all have a cross to bear!!!!
    Added you to my favourites and will keep in touch.
    Stew
    • 1 Mar 2007 8:12PM
  • Posted on LisaRose's profile

    Thanks for the comments Lisa.
    Great start to your portfolio, some stunning images, love rose maze the best, really great shot. Have added you to my list so look forward to seeing more of your work.
    Stew
    • 12 Dec 2006 10:00AM
  • Posted on gtroop's profile

    I have seen and commented on some of your work but not had time to visit, but i have now and what a P/F, stunning from front to back. My favourite is 'The Conductor' fabulous capture. Keep up the good work and look forward to more of the same please.
    Stewart
    • 22 Dec 2006 10:40PM
  • Posted on nikonf4s's profile

    Thought i would have a look at your portfolio, now i wish i hadn't!!!! All superb pics. It seems every time i look at someones work the standard just keeps going up and up, my target now is to get my first 30 clicks, it's going to be tough looking at your stuff but it's inspirational, thanks.
    Stew
    • 15 Sep 2006 4:27PM
  • Posted on vaughar's profile

    Thanks for the vote of confidence, keep your eyes open one day i might suprise you! Stew
    • 8 Sep 2006 9:45PM
  • Posted on phillips's profile

    Hi Guy
    Great portfolio, very hard to choose a particular favourite as the are all so good.
    Good to see as well your start point so we can see the improvements you have made over time.
    Thanks once again for being honest and constructive with your comments.
    Look forward to seeing more of your work.
    Stewart
    • 29 Dec 2006 11:22AM
  • Posted on Maddie's profile

    Hi Maddie

    What a stunning P/F, there are too many outstanding images to really pick a favourite but Portland Bill (mono) stands out by a mile for me.
    Thanks for your comments on my uploads and i really do appreciate them, thanks for taking the time to look.
    Stew
    • 4 Apr 2007 10:13PM

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