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Ginamagnolia

Hi I'm Gina. Since I started photography in Jan 2009 I've learnt alot by being inspired by other members on this site. All your comments are very much appreciated and welcomed.
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  • Leucocoryne coquimbensis

    Lovely depth of field, very delicate.
    Gina
    • 16 Apr 2011 8:42PM
  • Rape Seed

    Crisp detail and lovely sky.
    Gina
    • 16 Apr 2011 8:39PM
  • Bathroom Abstract

    I agree the layered effect is very effective.
    Gina
    • 24 Aug 2010 10:53AM
  • White Tailed Bumblebee (Bombus hortorum)

    Nice bumble bee shot. Very detailed with a lovely background.
    Gina
    • 18 Aug 2010 6:00PM
  • WHISTLE PLAYER

    Great character and detail. You have some great portraits on your portfolio.
    Gina
    • 18 Aug 2010 5:22PM
  • Canal Weed

    I love the presentation of this and the black background.
    Gina
    • 17 Aug 2010 6:44PM
  • eye spy

    Great detail and I like the greenish hue.
    Gina
    • 17 Aug 2010 6:43PM
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  • An impressive portfolio, imaginative and diverse.
    Gina
    • Posted on banehawi's profile
    • 16 Jul 2010 10:15AM
  • A truly inspirational portfolio - I'm trying out portraits at the moment, but I'm very new. I guess yours are more photojournalism - I love the background contexts of the shots.
    Gina
    • Posted on imagio's profile
    • 6 Jul 2009 8:02AM
  • You have an amazing portfolio - you are obviously alot more talented than you think! I especially like the shots of the frosty rocks/mountains. I also think you have a very diverse portfolio.
    Thanks for your comments on my "country girl". I uploaded the wrong version yesterday and as you rightly pointed out it need adjustments. I've put another from the series on today with increased sats in particular............would you mind taking a look and letting me know if I've put too much sats on?
    Thanks again,
    Gina
  • By the way, Gary, perhaps you could advise me. There's a competition in Stafford that I'd like to enter, which wants pictures of the river Sow. Which do you like best - the hazy day or the Chinese house and bridge?
    Gina
    • Posted on gary_d's profile
    • 9 Apr 2009 6:34PM
  • Thanks for your comments Gary!
    I'm not offended by any comments, and really appreciate you putting me on your favourites. Any further comments are very welcome.
    • Posted on gary_d's profile
    • 9 Apr 2009 6:24PM