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what birdie? where?!

what birdie? where?! by kitsch

Someone has done an Elliott Erwitt and barked at the dogs off to the right Wink Nice street type shot.

Mort Subite

Mort Subite by woolybill1

Very nice capture. The foreground statue's face's expression is just discernible, which is just right.

West Side Story

West Side Story by Graflex

Lovely shot and great story. I love the spiral the skirt makes.

Lost  Property  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lost Property !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by daviewat

When's the auction? Amazing amount of gear from god knows when. . .

Light over Kyle of Loch Alsh

Light over Kyle of Loch Alsh by DonnaN

A bloody good start if I may say so Wink Now you have to keep it up.

Time for a cuppa

Time for a cuppa by imagio

Terrific series. Interesting to see both colour and black and white versions of some. Nice to see an emotional connection between the photographer and the subject rather than a stolen shot, or the subject presented as some sort of strange thing the photographer 'found'. Really nice.
Re the avatar. Congrats. ( did you win a rolled up bit of paper in a funny hat contest? Wink)))

I don't do wet!

I don't do wet! by GAJ

"This is my god - Guinness."

Oh my Dog, he's wet. . . Wink funny shot

Natural selection

Natural selection by mrswoolybill

That's nice. I just prefer v1 for the nice darks at the bottom, but that tiny bit of black at the top bugs me. Well seen. I even like the selective colour, which normally I don't Wink

Back in Black

Back in Black by Sandgrouse

Nice shot. So many landscape shots pretend that roads don't exist. . . Did you ever see the Fay Godwin shot on this theme?

Lindean Swans

Lindean Swans by barral

I like the mood but my eye isn't held in by anything at the top. Maybe a vignette, if that isn't too obvious. ( maybe a black background, but that may not be possible for a non member ) The tree in the middle is so definite as an artistic decision that you must really want it there. It doesn't bother me as I like the way it divides the frame. Daft, I know, but it might be a more direct statement without the swans. The picture isn't about them particularly. Hmm, that may be rubbish, dunno. I get the impression you know what you are after so don't be put off by lack of votes etc.


Lammermuirs by barral

Just scanning your PF via a pic in critique, to get a sense of context with what you are doing. . . Really love this shot. I wish the horizon was dead level though. You should be getting more votes i think. You get less than me and that is saying something Wink

Storm Light

Storm Light by barral

Very nice image. I like the one section of sagging wire and the white post. This really works well.

Basket boats

Basket boats by paulvo

I saw it as a strange sculpture of a dead bird. The flag being it's beak and its legs sticking up in the air. . .
Actually it's a nice shot of some boats.


Guardian by imagio

I like the colour version too. You should catch someone wearing bright colours going in, or coming out. . .


Cornwall by ljesmith

very nice. everything just right in the frame. british seaside to a 'T' you even got rain. And I bet there was sand in the sandwiches. . .


Devon by ljesmith

A bit of a Tony Ray Jones! Very nice. The deer statue is the killer touch.

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HCSD to CF converters - a question17/02/2010 - 10:10 AM
a decent compact without shutter lag?19/09/2009 - 8:19 AM
Just started a photo blog18/08/2009 - 7:05 PM
FF question15/05/2009 - 10:14 AM
Colour space. slight confusion. . .15/05/2009 - 10:11 AM
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NEF - DNG etc etc etc07/01/2009 - 9:54 AM
Large! aaargh!26/11/2008 - 8:59 AM
Some info I have missed I think. .05/11/2008 - 11:04 PM
Step up rings. . .05/11/2008 - 10:18 AM
D80 manual mode issue14/10/2008 - 3:59 PM
Nikor 18-70 soft at 18?09/10/2008 - 5:10 PM
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Sharpening for Printing.18/02/2010 - 9:53 PM
HCSD to CF converters - a question18/02/2010 - 1:05 PM
e-bay fees OUCH !06/10/2009 - 1:55 PM
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Just started a photo blog24/08/2009 - 9:01 AM
An Acquired Taste...22/08/2009 - 8:46 AM
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PortfolioAdded Date/Comment

Patricia Fenn

Added Date: 11/05/2009 - 8:37 AM

Great portfolio, and it's fascinating to read your biog. Congratulations on the nat Geographic thing! That's quite an achievment. cheers, Jon


Added Date: 13/01/2009 - 10:13 PM

Thanks for your comment on my Pyramid pic.
I admire your work. Dreamlike. Though, that said, not like my dreams. . . mine are surreal and mundane at the same time. Your images are like dreams are supposed to be Wink
In my stuff, for what it's worth, I am trying to notice when my eye is telling me something and to 'listen' to it, if that makes sense. Wink Early days yet though.


Added Date: 12/01/2009 - 11:00 PM

You are altogether too damn good! Wink Cracking PF, keep it up. Inspirational.


Added Date: 14/10/2008 - 9:01 AM

Nice PF. I shall stick you in my faves once I get round to actually joining this place Wink You make me realise i am getting hung up on trying too hard to master the technical side of things at the expense of the creative. ( but I've only had me d80 for about a month so I have a hill to cimb techically wise ) Keep it up. That pic of your neice really takes me back to when my two kids were tiny. thanks for that.


Added Date: 09/10/2008 - 9:30 AM

I always think that portraits by someone who likes people are so much better than the ones that objectify and try to use the subject to comment about poverty etc without involving their humanity and personality. You have a 'good heart' I think and it comes accross in what you do.


Added Date: 14/09/2008 - 8:21 AM

Cracking stuff. You obviously like people generally. There is an affectionate amusement in your observations. Not the 'Humanity as freak show' vibe that some go for. Really nice work. How did your final show at Art College go? Keep it up mate. Jon


Added Date: 12/09/2008 - 1:48 PM

Nice portfolio. I followed the link from the comment as i fugured it's as good a way as any to find interesting work. I really like what you are doing. Cheers, Jon


Added Date: 12/09/2008 - 1:45 PM

Just following some links from others i like and found your PF. Nice stuff. I like the way your mind works. cheers, Jon


Added Date: 08/09/2008 - 10:19 AM

Hi Paul,
Thanks for the nice comment on my gate pic. As a newbie here I thought I'd check out your portfolio. very impressed. Lots of pro looking shots. I think us graphics pros have a better developed eye than other beginners in photography perhaps, ( and the Pshop skills help ) but in my case the technical stuff lets me down every time. Just won a D80 18-70 on ebay so I shall take pains to live up to it Wink
Thanks again and keep up the good work.