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Canonshots

Hi. Welcome to my portfolio. I hope you enjoy these images as much as I enjoy making them.
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  • Quenching

    A great come-back, Nathan. Glad to see you on the site again.
    • 14 Aug 2016 4:44PM
  • down the valley

    I wonder if you know the old rhyme about Kirkstone?

    If I were a lover and loved a lass
    Who lived at the top of Kirkstone Pass
    I'd swear by all that is true and tried
    While I abode in Ambleside
    To love and cherish her ever and ever
    But go up and visit her? Never! No, never!
    • 11 Aug 2016 7:28AM
  • Nottingham canal at Lenton

    A lovely peaceful image, and taken not far from where I live, too. I must visit this spot more often.
    • 10 Aug 2016 7:56AM
  • I'm was only leaning against this bar, officer!

    I like the way you have used the title to make a virtue of the camera tilt.

    (Comment edited) Of course, on second thoughts I realise that the camera tilt was not an error - it is the whole point of the image. Well done
    • 10 Aug 2016 7:35AM
  • Pied Wagtail

    We often see these in the shopping centre here in Beeston. Trouble is, I never seem to have my camera with me when they appear.
    • 9 Aug 2016 10:14PM
  • 19:37

    Wish we had had equipment like that when I was doing time trials back in the 1960s.
    • 5 Aug 2016 9:30AM
  • Well Hello There

    Mallards are just so-o-o-o-o photogenic. Best wishes for your finger.
    • 4 Aug 2016 9:16PM
  • Just taken a quick look as I'm pushed for time right now, but I intend to be back soon to enjoy these splendid images as they should be enjoyed - at leisure!
  • I see you desctibe yourself as a beginner. Some beginner! I have seen experienced photographers produce stuff not half as good as some of these imsges. You hsve a real talent - keep cultivating it.
    • Posted on Dinky65's profile
    • 28 Jan 2013 3:58AM
  • As a Nottingham resident I find your portfolio very enjoyable. Keep up the good work.

    Like you, I have been into photography for a long time. For years I was a diehard Exakta fsn but I am 100% digital now. It is not the equipment that makes the image, it is the photographer, as your imsges illustrate very well.
  • Barbara, I enjoy your portfolio no end. Do try and keep it up as much as you can even though your new job will be making demands on your time. Best of luck.
  • For a self-proclaimed newbie your standard is remarkable. Keep up the good work!
  • A splendid and varied portfolio. Keep up the good work and thanks for all your kind comments on my stuff.
    • Posted on Alvar's profile
    • 26 Apr 2011 11:03PM
  • A nice varied portfolio, I have enjoyed looking at it.
  • This is a very impressive PF indeed. I just wish I could produce landscapes like this, with wonderful vibrant colours and a real sense of openness and distance.

    My only caveat concerns the water in some of the shots. Some people like to see running water looking like cotton wool. I am not one of them. I like to see water looking like water, and conveying the frantic sense of movement that is so characteristic of a waterfall. This kind of rendering just looks lifeless.

    But I still like the PF and I intend to learn as much as I can from studying it. Great stuff!
    • Posted on martinl's profile
    • 26 Oct 2010 6:43PM