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  • Tradition

    Angie: I like the boy too. Thanks!

    Andrew: Lifting the shadows does bring the image out more...thanks for the tip and the comments.

    Carmen: Wow...this such a compliment from someone with your experience and talent. Thanks!
    • 29 May 2009 3:26PM
  • Buckfast abbey Grey

    The dramatic atmosphere goes with the gothic theme. Nice one!
    • 29 Apr 2009 11:43AM
  • Bruce Castle tower

    Agree with you about the light but it was the earliest that I could get there as it's in a park and there is only the one little window. Any techniques to deal with this?'s that? Gonna scurry away and check that out!

    Thanks Patrick Smile

    (And I love ur duck...didn't realise it was real to begin with)
    • 28 Apr 2009 10:30PM
  • the next train home...

    Oooo...this is sooo romantic! I imagine you unwillingly having to leave your lover to go home. Beautiful!
    • 28 Apr 2009 7:11PM
  • The thinking man

    Great use of negative space! Gonna join the gang with V1...really like the colour...please shareSmile
    • 28 Apr 2009 7:00PM
  • He cheats on me

    What a great great actress...and photographer!
    • 28 Apr 2009 6:56PM
  • Self 2

    I'm glad you like it Simon Smile Your PF is stunning!!
    • 15 Apr 2009 4:45PM
  • Bailey

    Love this!
    • 11 Apr 2009 6:44PM
  • SS15 - I

    Love this!
    • 11 Apr 2009 4:37PM
  • *

    All I can say is...WOW!
    • 10 Apr 2009 10:21PM
  • Self-Portrait

    An excellent SP...well done
    • 6 Apr 2009 4:44PM
  • textures

    Love the coppery colours...beautiful!
    • 6 Apr 2009 2:19PM
  • Missing

    Thanks Willie, I'll try out your advice.
    • 6 Apr 2009 6:09AM
  • Vulnerable

    Brian: Thank you so much!

    Willie: The tip about sharpening will be makes such a difference...thank you! I'm not very confident about contrast...I think maybe version 2 lacks subtlety. It's something I need to experiment with more. I agree about the backaground. I asked friends and family and they liked the original but I do prefer version 2. were very insightful as I was stressed by this point. It took me over an hour to try to get the camera in the right position...I really need a tripod. (I love your portfolio btw).

    Chen: Thanks for the tips on posing. I will remember them.
    • 5 Apr 2009 9:36AM
  • Revelation

    • 4 Apr 2009 7:40AM
  • Saffron

    Thanks Alan!!! I'm an absolute beginner and very much in experimental phase so any feedback is appreciated Smile
    • 25 Mar 2009 7:43PM