'Portrait Photography' Competition - Win A Samyang 85mm F/1.4 FE II Lens!

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CAMRABAG

Thanks you for taking the time to view my images, I hope that after taking the time to view them you vote or tell me why you did'nt Sad.
I do hope you like the photo's, and if not; tell me why, the comments I hope will help me improve.
Could I also ask that you contact a local volunteer group; and ask if they would like your help as a photographer, you will be I hope welcomed with open arms, good-luck.
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  • Happy journey for daily passengers... by debu

    Love this image, it make's me wonder how I would get on travelling in such a crowd country, friends tell me that it's the shear amout of people moving around the streets that can take your breath away, this image give's the on looker a glim's of the day to day life of India.
    • 14 Mar 2012 1:26PM
  • Phonebox in the Glen by CAMRABAG


    Quote:Beautiful and well composed image.well done,
    Saeid


    Quote:Excellent. Love the juxtaposition of the bleak highlands with a city centre object. Well done.

    Thank you for taking the time to view my photo and make a comment, feed back can give a new look to a image.
    Kind regards
    Ray
    • 8 Mar 2012 5:19PM
  • Boardwalk by Chant57

    Great composition and capture.
    • 4 Jul 2011 11:32AM
  • Hemerocallis by stephenf

    Strong almost graffic image,
    I can almost feel the flow of the blood; great image I love it.
    • 2 Jun 2011 1:56AM
  • Nightime Blue Bells by CAMRABAG

    Thanks for taking the time to check out my image......So Glad that you are enjoying the image.
    Ray
    • 19 May 2011 2:06AM
  • Catch & Release by legless007

    Nice image, love the flash of colour in the gills.
    • 14 Apr 2011 2:39AM
  • Tempest.......Seaham by CAMRABAG

    Thanks for the feed back and for taking the time to view and vote.
    I only wish you could hear the noise, when the shot was being taken.
    This type of image use to inspire a long dead local poet, Lord Byron.
    • 2 Dec 2010 1:24PM
  • FINAL LAP by Imagephotographics

    I agree with all the above; Another of your great capture's of a moment in time, most of us would have lost.
    A Iconic Image of a power boat; you can almost feel the power and noise of the engine leaping off the page at you, and when you take a harder look you see the guy in the bow of the boat holding on for dear life.
    POWER...NOISE AND HUMAN DRAMA a great image of the sport.
    • 1 Nov 2010 12:26PM
  • The Change by Meike

    Great capture of the sky, you have given the viewer a story of the lone ship in a vast sea, the grey tone's of both sea and sky add to the drama of this great image.
    • 1 Nov 2010 1:02AM
  • Pottery Cat by VIKI

    It has the look of a block print with pastel tone's, good image which makes you what to view it again.....
    • 16 Aug 2010 11:45AM
  • the past and future by Abdelrazek

    Nice capture, of the modern and the old.
    • 16 Aug 2010 11:41AM
  • Tall ships by CAMRABAG

    Thank you for the feedback and taking the time to vote.
    Ray
    • 13 Aug 2010 3:23PM
  • Sunrise in Ke Ga Phan Thiet by hoang_van

    WOW....one fantastic image.
    The detail of the rocks in the foreground, lead the eye to the left of the image, which shows a hut overlooking the beach, which seems to be a viewing platform, so people can look out to sea.
    The faint outline of a boat can be made out, sailing off into the distance.
    An almost mistic image.
    Great capture I so would like to have taken this.
    • 9 Jul 2010 1:37AM
  • The Mask Stall by CAMRABAG

    Thanks for the feed back alesia, I have cropped number 2; but I have to say I like the back of he human head, it adds to the image i feel. But I see what you mean when it is cropped out.
    Ray
    • 5 Jul 2010 2:41AM
  • Learning Curves by woolybill1

    Great use of this Lens, you have constructed a great set of images with great techical skill in each but number 2 is the one for me.
    The lady in red adds movement to the image.
    Ray
    • 29 Jun 2010 1:10AM
  • Poppyscape------Seaham by CAMRABAG

    Thanks again to these of you who took the time to vote.
    Regards
    Ray
    • 28 Jun 2010 8:56PM
  • BEFORE TOILETS by GERRYGENTRY

    What can I say but WOW. the colour, lighting and tone are spot on.
    There is no need for are written word as the viewer can peel back the story line and layers of this image with there eyes.
    This is truely painting with light.
    Well done and thanks for sharing.
    Ray
    • 25 Jun 2010 1:18AM
  • .fly II. by Giedrojc

    I agree with all the above.
    You have a timeless portrait of this man, the bird has added some extra information to the viewer about the mans life.
    One Iconic image, that Will stick in my mind for some time.
    Great capture.
    Ray
    • 25 Jun 2010 1:10AM
  • DON'T JUMP ! by Imagephotographics

    Its got colour; its pin sharp; its got humour; the framing and timeing are spot on, but the thing that stands out when viewing this image, is the pure style of the capture.
    WOW. Great shot.
    Ray
    • 23 Jun 2010 1:25AM
  • Wave Action................Seaham by CAMRABAG

    Thanks to you all for taking the time to give a comment and vote.
    This was taken 2 days ago and is part of a project I have set myself, to try and catch the prefect wave.
    Thanks again to you all.
    Ray
    • 21 Jun 2010 10:30AM
  • Junie by Sasanach

    I can feel the cold damp air, a great capture of a cold and frosty morning.......Great shot.
    Ray
    • 20 Jun 2010 1:44AM
  • Bamburgh Castle by phil hall

    Good capture of the light and landscape of the Northumbrian coast. The highlights in the dunes and grass, gives a lift to the overall feel of this great image.
    Ray
    • 20 Jun 2010 1:40AM
  • Bridlington by Five-Aces

    Rorymac has a point; the image seems to have too much in it, there is no point of contact for the viewer to latch on to then work around the seascape, the sailing boat would have been great, but is some how lost to the viewer.
    Don't get me wrong; I do like the feeling of space and emptyness, if thats what you where going for, but a lower angle showing the ripples of the sand or a close-up shot of those fence post's, would have added drama, to that great capture of the sky.
    But still a nice shot.
    Ray
    • 16 Jun 2010 10:50PM
  • Cider Rose Bud by colmar

    Good clean image and as you have found the older nikon lens, has loads of punch-I picked up a newish 18-55 DX Lens for very little cash....but it's not upto the standard of detail, of my old 35-135 AF nikkor.
    Anyways; I think you have another great image there colin.
    Ray
    • 16 Jun 2010 1:36AM
  • Nightime in Venice by CAMRABAG

    Thanks for the vote's guys.....Colin I'm as baffled as you as to the vote's ??? If anyone out there in ephotozine world has any clue's or tip's, please feel free to pass them on.
    Thanks again for taking the time to view and vote.
    Ray
    • 16 Jun 2010 1:21AM
  • Ást Vilja Tár Okkur Í sundur 2 by LV426

    This has mood and style, your moody dark, yet vibrant colours... the short lens has given drama to the viewer, one cracking image mate.
    Ray
    • 11 Jun 2010 1:45AM
  • Angel + One by jokinarnya

    Great sky, I don't care about how many times this image has been done.....Its still A Iconic image of the North of England.
    Nice shot.
    Ray
    • 11 Jun 2010 1:39AM
  • An arch in the Rus-Mancha by debu

    With all the new bits being added to cameras, one thing you cannot buy is a sense of Composition and artistic flare.
    This is another great image....you can tell your love of the subject in the foreword.
    A good shot in tricky lighting.
    Ray
    • 10 Jun 2010 2:12AM
  • Florence Falls by lesliea

    I WANT TO GO HERE ?
    A great image, The people add scale and a sense of fun, and that water fall is nature at its best, Great capture mate.
    Ray
    • 10 Jun 2010 2:05AM
  • Was it somthing I said. by Beladd

    Good image and nice capture. Love the humour
    Ray
    • 25 May 2010 2:05AM