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danbrann's Portfolio


Walltown Craggs.Walltown Craggs.
The white Cottage.The white Cottage.
Castle rigg.Castle rigg.
Beginning to RainBeginning to Rain
In the footsteps of an AngelIn the footsteps ..
Towards GlenriddingTowards Glenridding
Evening RideEvening Ride
Fist Light on the LakeFist Light on the..
The Angel Rests.The Angel Rests.
Towards ButtermereTowards Buttermere
Crag LoughCrag Lough
Steel RiggSteel Rigg

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IGreenGables Plus Member 151 forum postsIGreenGables vcard Denmark10 Constructive Critique Points
29 Oct 2014 - 9:25 AM

What a wonderful and versatile portfolio. Your mono work is inspiring especially with all the dark tones which I love.

Isabel Smile

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leswoodward Plus Member 2leswoodward vcard United Kingdom
8 Jul 2014 - 8:21 PM

Boring old fart ! I don't think so ?, your images tell a story of enthusiasm and interest, and your the only beginner ? I've known to freelance , of interest to me is your favoured lens but then you seem to be able to choose the right one for the right moment ( such a choice shows dedication or just pot luck lol) I viewed your PF and enjoyed it immensely , you may think your getting on hence the old fart ! but your photography tells me something different, keep it up its an inspiration to me and others

Regards les

Gavin_Duxbury Plus Member 5Gavin_Duxbury vcard England1 Constructive Critique Points
23 Apr 2014 - 7:25 PM

Inspirational portfolio, great variety and social imagery.

I will keep popping in for a look.



Kater2112  2 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2013 - 5:05 PM

Love your photographs! Very flattered that you voted for my 'Sunny Margate' - thank you! A pale shadow compared to your b&w's. How do you get that amazing depth and contrast? I guess the larger sensor makes a difference, and the right lens? And a large amount of talent may have something to do with it too. Grin


Love your PF, top photography.

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