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  • Abandoned.

    Love the focusing, sharp low foreground and sharp details on buildings, and of course the black / grey and white is perfect for the scene.
    • 17 Jul 2016 2:07PM
  • Commemoration

    Thought provoking indeed.
    • 7 Jul 2016 1:15PM
  • Last time on Harris

    Popping tones and colours for sure Smile
    • 18 May 2016 11:55AM
  • New Lens

    Seems to work ?? Wink he he did you see my post today here ????? DUCKING Wink
    • 17 May 2016 6:52PM
  • Sunset over Pitlochry

    Quote:How do you like that lens?
    I may mentioned, only in the passing of course, my thoughts on it 11
    • 9 May 2016 3:17PM
  • Tornado f3

    I know the crew.
    • 2 May 2016 9:48PM
  • Its me again

    Quote:Possibly one of the cheekiest smiles I've seen on a kid that age! Absolutely adorable (and I usually only like babies if they've got four legs, a tail and fur ...).

    I'm going to say something that I thought of, but didn't say, on the mono version you did ... and I really hope I don't offend you by doing so. I'm going to assume that you've done a fair bit of noise reduction or smoothing or whatever on this? In a way, it's almost too smooth - to the point where it's almost unnatural.

    As much as a bit of diffusion and glow suits baby images, there's a fine line there. A small amount of texture and reality is often far more endearing than an overly smooth, plastic quality.

    Hopefully you won't mind me saying that. As an image it works beautifully and like I said above, that grin is wonderful!


    I do not mind in the least, in fact welcome crit etc, Its my Niece really wanted a dreamy smudged effect !! those were her words so she got that. It is to be on a large canvas so will no doubt bring out more of the rawness when printed and viewed from further aback as tends to happen with these kind of prints.
    • 27 Apr 2016 5:19PM
  • Great seeing you both again the other week, Looking forward to meeting again soon.

    By then Joanna should be acheiving results to match your good self sir Smile))))))))

    Cheers Dave and family.
    • Posted on mcgoo's profile
    • 16 Nov 2006 6:33PM
  • Not only can you take a wonderful photo Suzi but you have a laid back attitude to life that has to be envied, even though you had to strive hard for it.

  • Stunning portfolio and a master with the camera.

    • Posted on solkku's profile
    • 24 Mar 2006 3:31PM
  • A first class portfolio Chris and a pleasure to call you a mate Smile))

  • Hi Colin it is a joy to see your portfolio improve all the time Smile)))

    Cheers for now

    • Posted on colin's profile
    • 8 Jan 2006 12:26AM
  • A PF that is consistantly improving Smile)
    Cheers the noooooo

  • Hi Ewan a pleasure to see a new style of photography coming from you.

    Hoping you get a chance to pop up here again soon, perhaps the november meet ????

    Cheers and all the best

  • Looking forward to your up-loads for 2006 and see where your direction goes Smile))
    Take care and hopefully meet again sometime. November 2006 ???????

    • Posted on TeresaH's profile
    • 5 Jan 2006 12:38AM
  • Hi Andy a pleasure and joy to view your images.

    Both yourself and Jas are welcome here anytime with little notice Smile)

  • Jeannie your portfolio is more like a Scottish storybook these days Smile)). Wonderful must be where your heart lays.

    • Posted on jeanie's profile
    • 19 Mar 2006 11:44PM