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Hello everyone, thank you for looking at my portfolio. I hope you'll find plenty to like here, it's a mixture of new with some reworked older photos. I try many different subjects from landscapes through urban & street photography to abstract, but not so much formal portraiture or studio work.
What I like about photography is that it's a continuos learning process, always something to discover and try out. I'm essentially self-taught and will shoot almost anything if in the mood.
Thanks for looking,and feel free to leave comments.
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  • Variations on a theme by dudler

    I have a preference for the b&w shots, Her face is a bit harsh in some of the colour shots (V2,V6), V11, V13 are better (in my opinion)
    • 25 Sep 2023 10:28PM
  • Wall art teasers... by Chinga

    Vibrantly colourful set, Isabel.
    • 25 Sep 2023 10:20PM
  • Time & Tide by Fefe

    Lovely evening light, and a composition with a great sense of space (cropping the right side would lose this).
    • 25 Sep 2023 10:19PM
  • It's downhill from here by BillRookery

    Quote:A very narrow field between the stone dykes, Bill. It does not very practicable for farming, was it for some other purpose? Good overall image, well composed.

    Looks like a drovers lane.....
    Nice fresh morning landscape, Bill
    • 25 Sep 2023 4:02PM
  • Demonstrating... by clicknimagine

    ... or remonstrating? looks an earnest discussion.
    • 25 Sep 2023 3:57PM
  • In her own world... by clicknimagine

    Beautiful evocation of childhood, lovely light on her face.
    • 25 Sep 2023 3:55PM
  • Eilean Donan Castle by Irishkate

    A classic location, the weather well suits the castle.
    • 25 Sep 2023 3:54PM
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  • Posted on: Why It's Important To Lower Your Viewpoint When Taking Photos

    Good article, John.
    I often kneel or get lower for shots, especially children, small animals and plants/flowers. The tilting screen on both my cameras is a boon for waist level and low POV shots, saving too much bending, crawling and laying on wet grass.
    • 7 Dec 2022 12:58PM
  • Posted on: Nik Collection 3 By DxO Review

    The new module Perspective Efex looks like DxO viewpoint under another name. As I use DxO Photolab 3 rather than Lightroom (my Lightroom has become slow and unstable) allong with Viewpoint and Nik Collection 2 there seems for me little or nothing to gain from this upgrade.
    • 4 Jun 2020 12:34PM
  • Posted on: 17 Top Sports Photography Tutorials For You To Learn From

    Tour de France
    • 7 Feb 2015 4:25PM

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  • Posted on smut01's profile

    I like your B&W street photos, tho' it's not something I do much of. Excellent work, Tony.
    • 6 Oct 2021 12:07PM
  • Posted on iNKFIEND's profile

    Some fantastic photos here Jason, I particularly like your b&w work.
    • 25 Oct 2020 8:54PM
  • Posted on Monochrome2004's profile

    A great portfolio of artistic images.
    • 6 Oct 2020 8:29PM
  • Posted on pdunstan_Greymoon's profile

    Great portfolio Paul. I particularly like your b&w landscapes and town scenes.
    • 12 Jun 2020 12:18PM
  • Posted on mike9005's profile

    Thank you, Mike, for looking at my portfolio and for your votes.
    • 26 Aug 2019 3:03PM
  • Posted on nonur's profile

    A nice varied portfolio Nezih, with many excellent images.
    • 30 Sep 2018 1:08PM
  • Posted on M_squared's profile

    great portfolio! only wish had the patience to take as good wildlife shots!
    • 30 Sep 2018 12:49PM
  • Posted on limmy62's profile

    Love your steam loco shots. I used to "train spot" at Basingstoke on what I believe was the last steam hauled main line in the country, so saw locos working properly and usually pretty grubby!
    Your other photos are great too.
    • 11 Feb 2018 12:06PM

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