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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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  • Staircase, Hotel, St Pancras

    An eye-catching pattern.
    • 3 Jul 2016 1:15AM
  • Redpoll

    • 20 Jan 2016 10:55PM
  • the monk

    I have to nominate this for Photo of the Year - the feel of the image reminds me so much of some of the best Pre-Raphaelite paintings - simply outstanding.
    • 1 Jul 2015 10:03PM
  • Goldfinch.

    Yow! That's a belter.
    • 7 May 2015 11:16PM
  • Holocaust Memorial Day

    Thanks for your comment. One detail I might point out, as it demonstrates the scale of this scene, is the original cattle truck - it is the dark object just to the right of the telegraph pole on the left of the image.
    • 27 Jan 2015 12:50PM
  • Craster, Northumberland

    Like it - did you try the kippers while you were there?
    • 18 Jan 2015 11:04PM
  • high five or four...

    Very cheering. Merry Christmas.
    • 24 Dec 2014 9:58AM
  • 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.
  • The crocus series is an absolutely blinding showcase - very well done.

  • 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.

  • 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.
  • Cracking portfolio Ian.
    • Posted on IanO's profile
    • 2 Oct 2007 8:11PM
  • 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).
    • Posted on Alyssia's profile
    • 1 Aug 2007 5:32PM