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Hi Everybody. Here is a selection of images I like some have been entered into my local camera club and others I thought you might like. Thanks for looking and enjoy.
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  • 40's Glamour.

    Cracking shot Keith. A tad soft or you could just try and sharpen her eyes. Great composition. Cheers Jack.
    • 7 Jan 2016 5:40PM
  • Galeries Royales St Hubert

    like no 1 best.
    • 4 Jan 2016 1:14PM
  • What a load of…

    Number 1 for me Trevor. Great shot.
    • 2 Jan 2016 1:13PM
  • Arcade du Cinquantenaire

    Hi Trevor. Happy new year to you. I prefer version 1. I think the people in it give it life and scale. Cheers Jack.
    • 31 Dec 2015 11:03AM
  • Beauties taking a Stroll down the Lane

    I was going to express my like of the image but fotobee has echoed my own thoughts. A fantastic girl nextdoor feel to it.
    • 14 Dec 2015 12:02PM
  • Bobby's Helmet

    Love the treatment on the background.
    • 14 Dec 2015 11:57AM
  • Captain Mainwaring.

    Nice one Keith. nudge back the redness in the skin tone and it will be perfect.
    • 8 Dec 2015 9:06PM
  • Stairway to Heaven

    This reminds me of a lot of Les's early stuff. You've done will with this, I like it a lot.
    • 8 Dec 2015 7:35PM
  • Windows

    Nice clean shot Trevor. The V2 is to cluttered for my taste,
    • 27 Nov 2015 12:45PM
  • Sausage Bush!

    Hi Trev. I like version 2 it has more of a story to it.
    • 26 Nov 2015 11:01AM
  • Autumn Leaves

    nice one trevorGrin
    • 24 Nov 2015 5:03PM
  • 4 Star Pickering Reflections.

    Very difficult to get a good reflection like that. You done well with it.
    • 27 Oct 2015 12:30PM
  • Carrousel Palace 1900 Nicća

    Yet another great shot and I like the way you've them together.
    • 27 Oct 2015 11:39AM
  • Vélobleu

    I Like version 2. If you look closely it's possible to see the cross on the bike in version 1. Another great shot.
    • 17 Oct 2015 1:54PM
  • Neuf Lignes Obliques

    Hi Trevor. I like version 3 the best. I think it has great lines that link with the palm tree supports. well spotted. Jack.
    • 15 Oct 2015 10:57AM
  • Beach Brollies & Boats

    So that's where you first exhibited your AV. And it took first place last night. Well done Trevor and a great piece of music to go with it,
    • 13 Oct 2015 12:26PM
  • Looking down

    Hi Trevor.
    V1 and V3 need a little crop to take out the step. Like most of the others I prefer V3. cheers Jack.
    • 14 Sep 2015 1:52PM
  • Golden Girl

    This is one of your sharpest images yet, I like it a lot. fetch a copy in for the A4 novice night and we can have a natter about it. It will also give you some practice on printing. Great composition. cheers Jack.
    • 31 Aug 2015 6:43PM
  • Victorian Prison

    That make a change, mixed wing. LOL Nice shot trevour.
    • 26 Aug 2015 12:50PM
  • Biker chick

    Shame about the front of the helmet being pin sharp when it should have been her eyes. A very pretty model and a very nice idea. Try selective blurring of the helmet and clone in her eyes from another shot. I'm sure you will have quite a few shots of her. Great idea for a portrait it tell a very good storey.
    • 9 Aug 2015 10:30PM
  • Sergeant Oddball.

    Hi Keith.
    The guy has great feature and it's a fab shot but the top of his head is missing this could be put back with some work. The sky is blown out and also needs some attention. It has the makings of a great shot. I can see it doing well at the club. Well done.
    • 9 Aug 2015 10:22PM
  • Staithes Saturday Shadows

    I prefer no 1 but they are both very good.
    • 11 Jul 2015 11:42AM
  • Pulling Hair in the Dungeon Parts One & Two

    I Prefer image 2 as it seems to have more action in it. Jack
    • 24 Jun 2015 7:12PM
  • Alone at last

    striking eyes, a very pretty girl and an unusual pose. Jack.
    • 24 Jun 2015 7:05PM
  • Clare

    Cracking shot. Love the post production.
    • 24 Jun 2015 6:55PM
  • Joceline

    You could also make a very striking head and shoulder image from this. The lighting is very good and held my interest for a while. Cracking model. well done to you both. Jack
    • 24 Jun 2015 6:52PM
  • Sam-Louise

    The hair is a little untidy and the bits hung down could be cloned out. The remaining hair is just enough to separate her profile from the background. I'd have raised her left arm slightly so it's inline with the base of her foot and not the ankle. Still it's a very pleasing image. Jack
    • 24 Jun 2015 6:47PM
  • Ballet & a Little Bit More

    If the dress is billowing up as it is so should her hair. That would blend better and give it a more realistic and balanced feel. Still a very pleasing image. Jack
    • 24 Jun 2015 6:36PM
  • Summertime, and the living is easy

    I prefer image one. Cracking tones and her hair blends with the lichen.
    • 24 Jun 2015 6:31PM
  • Barely Disguised

    Cracking shot and well titled
    • 24 Jun 2015 6:22PM