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Diana *

Diana * by CathyT

mod added.

Three Seconds Before Take-Off

Three Seconds Before Take-Off by keithh

Oh deer, I would say that I like it but I refuse to fawn.

Alec On The Rocks

Alec On The Rocks by Fishnet

He's got a bit of a readybrek glow about him where it seems you've lifted the exposure on him which would also explain the harsh colour noise on his arms.
Good looking fella though, next time try lighting him with, say, a flash whilst using the same low exposure values for the ambient light.


COASTAL JIGSAW by Imagephotographics

If you find yourself in such a situation again have a look for the zig-zag path up the side of the cliff that'll lead you up to the path that runs by the side of the walled gardens at the top - it's further to the right of the view in your photograph.

The Wonder of Woolies

The Wonder of Woolies by SuziBlue

All that sky makes me ask why? It adds little to the scene.
This really needed to be a wide format to illustrate the isolation of your snowy landscape.
A burst of flash to bring up the muddy foreground would also have been a welcome addition to the picture.


Chimp by ade_mcfade

How about pulling your lights back so that the fall off isn't so great?

Death to Narcissism

Death to Narcissism by answersonapostcard

Ah the old trumping into a bowler hat scenario.
Juxtaposing the erotic with the ridiculous with an item of clothing is an art oft overlooked by the snapping classes which is a real shame considering the unfathomed depths and aesthetics of such practise.
I look forward to more of the same or at least in a similar vein. Crap in a cap? Poop in a shoe? Smellyinnawelly?
Gets my vote.

Quote: Camera: cant remember

Ah the vagaries of the years - age can be a cruel mistress.

Behind broken glass

Behind broken glass by A_Stridsberg

Absolute belter.

In the Meadow

In the Meadow by marina

top drawer

seaside clown

seaside clown by bluebeany

Very effective yet I'd be tempted to remove the vignette and the obvious dodge marks.

Splash of Haze...

Splash of Haze... by richardwheel

Well done with the POTW award.

Breaking the Rules

Breaking the Rules by jeanie

Placing the horizon in the middle breaks no rules, in fact it's an established method in compositional terms. The problem is that a lot of people know about thirds but very little else, which means other compositional methods tend to get overlooked and are under appreciated.

The 'Masters' of landscape painting used to use the central horizon to evoke a feeling of space and draw the viewer through the centre of a picture.

Shirley Jones,Singer.

Shirley Jones,Singer. by Graflex

Good to see you posting again Horace. I find these images fascinating.

Road racer

Road racer by Rob_Taylor

Very good.


Dave by ade_mcfade

For me the lighting is a bit too harsh and lacks subtlety. Looks like a 9 o'clock/3 o'clock lighting arrangement (although I could be out by an hour or so).
Outside it can be difficult to diffuse the light but maybe shooting through something opaque (t-shirt) or bouncing it in off a piece of paper would soften it down. Or bring the lights a bit closer? I dunno how close they were to judge though.
BTW the little fluff bobbles on the beanie ought to be removed.
And remember, nosce te ipsum.

Right. It is now beer o'clock. Ta ta.

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Added Date: 21/08/2008 - 6:13 PM

I love you Chezzy Wezzy.


Added Date: 14/04/2008 - 8:05 PM

It's true. You do have to look up to it when you write down here.



Added Date: 05/12/2005 - 11:49 AM

Cracking banner!


Added Date: 01/12/2005 - 8:46 AM

Got to agree - a lot of talent there, but I just love him because he's my dad.


Added Date: 25/09/2006 - 8:03 PM

I have many.


Added Date: 06/12/2005 - 11:13 AM

Trouble is, he's giving away so much of his knowledge, he's now forgotten where he lives and the correct procedure for going to the toilet.
Although that could be just down to his age.


Added Date: 30/11/2005 - 8:35 AM

Truly a funky portfolio.


Added Date: 30/11/2005 - 3:43 AM

Your portfolio is nearly as pretty as yourself.