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DunDiggin

Thank you for visiting my portfolio. Whilst I've been a hobby photographer on and off for some years, I am very much a novice with Photoshop, so I am grateful for any hints on how to make more out of my images.
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  • THEY AINT NO STRANGERS TO THE RAIN by youmightlikethis

    I love the textures and composition, as well as the range of expressions and selected focal point. As others, I prefer the colour version, but it's close.
    • 12 Jan 2023 10:13PM
  • LTT by colin beeley

    a gorgeous shot of this delightful bird
    • 12 Jan 2023 9:59PM
  • Northumbrian Light by NDODS

    Very nice - lots of texture and detail as well as a painterly sort of feel.
    And it looks like a very familiar sort of Northumbrian view
    • 4 Jan 2023 10:55PM
  • Rock on the Horizon by davelich

    This jumped out at me as a lovely work of art
    • 31 Aug 2022 9:36AM
  • 158 Squadron 'Strength in numbers' by Alan26

    I keep meaning to take a trip down this way to visit the Lissett memorial... In the meantime, thanks for sharing this photo.
    • 20 Oct 2021 11:38PM
  • The power of nature by Ffynnoncadno

    I really feel the moment you saw here

    Really like this
    • 20 Oct 2021 11:26PM
  • Tables and Chairs by Xandru

    I love this - a grand abstract image created from your observation of the opportunity they presented. Well done seeing it and capturing it so well
    • 14 Oct 2021 8:39PM
  • Posted on: Revised stop and search policy is released

    That's a very brief piece of guidance, as far as photography is concerned, buried within a much larger document on anti-terrorism stop and search. As such, it leaves the reader having to presume that the meaning is for photographers to be allowed to photograph freely other than in exceptional circumstances. It doesn't read as clearly as that, but it does emphasise the seriousness of Section 43 or 44 searches and that there are no powers to delete or force the deletion of images.

    Not the clear guidance most photographers would wish for, and relating only to anti-terror law, so not covering other legislation.

    I think that, from most photographers' perspective, a clear publication about what they can/cannot photograph and how they stand in law is what is really required.
    • 2 Dec 2008 11:34AM

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  • Posted on patspeirs's profile

    To be frank, you are an artist and if I was wearing a hat I would take it off to you. Excellent images and moving captions. I am so glad I spotted this portfolio.
    • 5 Jul 2011 11:13PM
  • Posted on iancatch's profile

    The crocus series is an absolutely blinding showcase - very well done.

    Andrew
    • 11 Mar 2009 7:15PM
  • Posted on fentiger's profile

    It has dawned on me that I've noticed quite a few of the shots in your portfolio whilst browsing the main gallery. You obviously have a knack for creating images which catch the eye. And they never fail to disappoint on close inspection.

    I aspire to having a portfolio of this quality one day.

    Keep up the good work.

    Andrew
    • 4 Dec 2007 11:31AM
  • Posted on creative_sara's profile

    What an astonishingly diverse portfolio you have. And the sheer quality!!! I feel privileged to have found it and browsed, albeit briefly. I must when I have more time. I'm amazed you seem to have had so few views.
    • 9 Oct 2007 7:28PM
  • Posted on IanO's profile

    Cracking portfolio Ian.
    • 2 Oct 2007 8:11PM
  • Posted on Alyssia's profile

    After viewing your portfolio, I'm tempted to trade in my camera for something I could use properly, like a packet of tissues. I'll have to stick to photographing entirely different subjects as I can't compete.

    I'm guessing several of your shots are self portraits, and am ultra-impressed if they are, as I can't do a decent one if I try (though I'm not as photogenic, which doesn't help).

    I notice you have a tendency to prefer tonally darker images. I love the quality and textures you bring to them, but worry that you may typecast yourself in the eyes of potential clients (assuming you're going to exploit your talent commercially - which you definitely should, your images stand out in illustrious company on this website).
    • 1 Aug 2007 5:32PM

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