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Welcome to my portfolio.

Not sure how you will have discovered my work, searching for specific subjects, just browsing or another way, but whatever it is I hope you find something within my portfolio that you like or inspires you.
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  • New Year, More of The Same! by csurry

    Thanks Mike, Alan and Willie.

    Alan I shot plenty where the plane of focus was off, believe me Grin
    • 16 Jan 2018 6:48PM
  • Red squirrel in snow, jumping by csurry

    Thanks all.

    I only get the grey locally to me as well Pam, I just happen to be working in Scotland for a few weeks. Seemed a shame to be here and not make the most of a covering of the white stuff and an opportunity to photograph red squirrels in near perfect conditions.

    Thanks Alex and Gavin for the user awards.
    • 11 Dec 2017 7:28PM
  • Merry Christmas by csurry

    Thanks everyone

    Thanks for all the user awards
    • 26 Dec 2015 1:34PM
  • Squirrel and hazelnuts by csurry

    Thanks all


    Thanks Ron for GEA.

    I will have to look later to thank for individual awards as viewing on iPad does not make it easy to see names.

    They are quick, but I got lucky on this day and after others had quiet days I got more than 30 visits.

    Cheryl
    • 5 May 2015 6:50AM
  • Reflecting by csurry

    Thanks all

    Still doing a lot of photography, but just not posting as much (OK almost at all).

    Cheryl
    • 29 Apr 2015 1:58PM
  • Osprey by csurry

    Thanks all

    I did have a good time thanks John. Though I think I was a bit rusty at action photography as I had been working on a different project for the last few months, but don't have any images that I yet want to share from those experiments.

    Thanks Phil for the UA
    • 23 Aug 2014 11:52AM
  • Another Jumper by csurry

    Thanks all

    Thanks John, Matthew and Zoran for the UAs Grin
    • 2 Feb 2014 1:18PM
  • Posted on: ePHOTOzine member wins Countryfile competition

    Thanks all. I'm having trouble keeping up wth all the emails, PMs, phone calls, etc.

    Only one problem as I can see the image in this piece as of 20:09 on Tuesday is not the right one Wink

    And yes you are right I do have some better images of the reds in the snow - I'm not that silly to hand over a share of the rights to my best squirrel images Grin
    • 6 Oct 2009 8:11PM
  • Posted on: Nikon MX medium-format rumours

    So long as thay make a body compatible with GS-1 lenses Smile
    • 5 Sep 2008 12:36PM
  • Posted on: New from PictureNature

    Good marketing but followed the link and found this image

    Now that I would critique if it was in the gallery
    • 1 Dec 2007 5:25PM
  • Posted on: Final call for entries

    Eh! Talk about trying to generate publicity.

    Final call when there are still 3 months left and the prizes have not been finalised.

    Is it just me, or does this seem strange.
    • 25 Oct 2007 10:20AM
  • Posted on: Designer lens bags from Jessica Claire

    Having just browsed the website:

    Positives: Doesn't look like a camera bag

    Negatives: Price $179 for basic bag - $49 extra or more if you want to customise with flashy material
    Not going to work for wildlife or sports photographers.
    • 12 Jun 2007 12:47PM
  • Posted on: Designer lens bags from Jessica Claire

    Ah go on Chris, you know this is just want you've been looking for - a man-bag Smile

    Not brave enough to publish prices in their press release.
    • 12 Jun 2007 12:44PM
  • Posted on: Exclusive invitation

    If you can't find a link anywhere you could try emailing this address
    shugborough.promotions?staffordshire.gov.uk replacing the ? with an @ (just to stop any crawler picking up the address and bombarding them).

    Or according to the website:
    The collection of photographs will support a national photographic competition celebrating the life and work of the late Patrick Lichfield. Details of the competition will be formally announced next week.

    For further details on visiting Shugborough, including admission and season pass prices, please visit www.shugborough.org.uk or telephone 01889 881 388

    I would say it is likely to be an interesting day, having been on a similar tour with Lord Lichfield himself though I think some of the more personal family anecdotes would be missing. Shugborough and some of its previous occupants have a chequered past. Some of the private grounds are extremely photogenic, as is much of the parkland, but unfortunately due to bad weather a lot was inaccessible when I went.
    • 20 Apr 2007 8:41AM
  • Posted on: Ulead, Impact follows

    Has some very nice features in it, didn't realise I had a pre-release copy the other week when reviewing it.

    Worth considering if you're not into Adobe.
    • 15 Dec 2006 3:55PM
  • Posted on: Winners of Nokia Nseries See New competition revealed

    Isn't it cheating a bit announcing this twice so it is picked up again by the feeds.

    This was also a news story on the 9th May
    https://www.ephotozine.com/news/fullnews.cfm?NewsID=2961
    • 19 May 2006 3:07AM
  • Posted on: Walkstool portable and comfortable seating for photographers

    Well unless it wlaks to the location for you to save you carrying it I can't see any great advantage over those mentioned above - maybe they didn't bother to get a patent Smile
    • 3 May 2006 9:55AM
  • Posted on: The Focus Awards 2006

    Can I give an award for least enthusiastic announcer - I think she must have transferred from Birmingham International - the presentation now starting on the ePhotozine stand is the 11 o'clock to boresville. Calling at...
    • 6 Mar 2006 6:27AM
  • Posted on: Photographer Lord Lichfield dies

    Like David I did have the pleasure of meeting Lord Lichfield and he was very good at making you feel like you were an old friend.

    I'll always treasure those couple of days spent at Shugborough and the memories of a true gent.

    Being shown around a stately home by the occupant is something the NT and like can never fully capture. The candid stories of past generations less than gracious departures and slightly dubious gambling habits take on a life of their own.

    A very nice genuine person that I for one will sadly miss.
    • 12 Nov 2005 1:08AM

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  • Posted on CathyI's profile

    Flowers, scenics, more flowers, more scenics. Hope the polariser is OK Smile

    Will revisit when not so busy to have a good nose around!
    • 5 Nov 2007 12:18PM
  • Posted on andmolliethedog's profile

    You have a fascinating portfolio which I only discovered by virtue of your comment regarding my dispute with characterboats.

    I'm not really qualified to comment on most of the work, but if I ever want a lesson in visualisation of a finished image I know where to go.
    • 1 Jun 2007 6:26PM
  • Posted on Miles Herbert's profile

    Your portfolio is excellent Miles and I am glad I had some small part in your early publishing success.

    I just have one request, lose the duck Wink
    • 4 Dec 2005 8:23AM
  • Posted on croberts's profile

    That 'current' banner is something else, now I know why you spend so much time doing self portraits Wink
    • 3 Jan 2006 1:40AM
  • Posted on highlander's profile

    Love your landscapes Doug, probably don't visit often enough to show my true appreciation. I would buy a decent landscape lens, but I know when I'm out-gunned.
    • 28 Dec 2005 8:34AM
  • Posted on tartanlady's profile

    Such a talented couple - like Doug's portfolio I probably don't visit often enough to show my admiration for your work.
    • 28 Dec 2005 8:35AM

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