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danielwaters

My blog www.getprophoto.com is a great resource for anyone interested in the business side of photography. My photography businesses www.danwaterscreative.com specialises in portrait and wedding photography. I have a project where I'm currently on a mission to help someone from every country on earth.
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  • Good Mourning

    Beautiful and very spooky. I hope the grim reaper looks like that...
    • 27 Mar 2014 9:39PM
  • East at Easter..

    Fab lighting and really poignant.
    • 27 Mar 2014 8:48PM
  • Mirror Falls

    Beautiful rich detail.
    • 25 Jun 2013 11:31PM
  • Briksdalsbreen Glacier Norway

    Good composition. I hope you don't mind the tip, but for a landscape like this you'll want a smaller aperture (F11 or higher). You could have raised the ISO to compensate so you could still hand hold the camera if you didn't have a tripod. Nice photo nonetheless.
    • 25 Jun 2013 11:28PM
  • Face of a friend

    Nice - bags of character, if slightly sinister!
    • 25 Jun 2013 11:23PM
  • Up, Up and away - Common Kingfisher - male

    Jaw-dropping!
    • 24 Jun 2013 10:54PM
  • Things Could Be Going Better, Lloyd

    Love the hyper-real processing and lighting. Very Jill Greenberg.
    • 24 Jun 2013 10:45PM
  • Excellent portolio. Varied and insirational.
  • Perhaps the best portfolio of wildlife images I've seen on Ephotozine. Absolutely phenomenal.
  • Great work - I'm off to Malaysia soon and you've inspired me.
  • Incredible stuff. Some of the very best landscape photos I've ever seen, from anyone here on Ephotozine or anywhere else. The fact that you have only been taking photos a few years makes it even more incredible. Get yourself a website and start selling them - you are one of the few people who will be able to make a living from landscape photography. Great, great stuff.