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  • ***** by MattyEdwards

    Excellent work, her expression is so strong and your rendering suits her portrait perfectly.
    • 22 Apr 2015 7:07AM
  • Nathan. by revilo

    A powerful expression so well framed.
    • 21 Jan 2015 8:12AM
  • Barn Owl by Karen_Summers

    So well captured, this brings us the magic of Nature
    • 6 Jan 2015 8:34AM
  • Handsome beast by philgood

    Agreed, first class nature picture
    • 28 Dec 2014 7:30AM
  • Great egret by zimen

    The high key exposure and rendering makes this a magical picture.
    • 16 Dec 2014 2:02PM
  • Red Dawn by SteveMackay

    Gorgeous atmosphere, so well captured and exposed.
    • 13 Oct 2014 6:18PM
  • Falcon 2 by ChrisBanks

    You captured the moment perfectly, the stress on the airframe must be tremendous.
    • 5 Sep 2014 5:44PM
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  • Posted on: EIZO ColorEdge CG276 Review

    I've just installed this monitor's little brother - the 246 following ephotozine's recommendation and it too is superb.
    • 27 Sep 2013 8:10AM
  • Posted on: Introduction To Lightroom's Develop Module

    Yes, excellent and it's the little extra ideas that make this even better like decreasing Clarity.
    • 29 Sep 2012 12:13PM
  • Posted on: Is Film Going The Way Of The Dodo?

    Well so far this year I've had 20 slide films processed, processed two myself and have bought in a pile of B&W material the first 5 films of which will be processed soon. This is alongside continual use of digital cameras. Why? Because it's fun and also because digital is wonderful in everything except projection, we 'blow away' digital work in our local society because of the appallingly poor digital projection facilities.
    The key costs can be controlled by seeking out 'on-line' bargains to keep the costs down. As a small matter of interest my first roll of Kodachrome in the late 1960's cost me 37/6d. There's lots of ways of converting this into modern pounds using pricing indices and average earnings bases but looking at these sites I worked out that from 1967 to today that is the equivalent of 26.80 (in GDP terms it's closer to 60) and today I'm paying about 11-12 for 36 mounted slides. B&W seems to prosper, perhaps film manufacturers will cut back slide films to a couple but I'll put up with that.
    • 6 Jun 2011 9:29PM

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