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  • The Russians are coming by KevSB

    Thanks for that Ron, The group use the title Grob so that's where i get it from, I imagine they do so as its historically correct from the German perspective, ill ask about that
    • 14 Sep 2013 2:06PM
  • Moving Fast by KevSB

    Thanks all, Spent the time getting the image perfectly straight horizon, then decided the tilting horizon gave it that took in haste look.
    • 1 Aug 2013 11:04PM
  • Storm Clouds by KevSB


    Quote:One wonders how far these guys take it, do they learn the language as well?

    For orders when marching ect they use German commands as it fits better with the betrayal, but talking to the public and when relaxing normal just like you and me, cost wise to give you an example each has about 1500 quid in kit and equipment on them, Its not a cheap hobby, the larger NG on the tripods cost in excess of 5 grand.
    • 5 Jul 2013 8:25AM
  • Battle Casualty's by KevSB

    thanks Ron, I always find it a dilemma if to go black and white or colour, I don't what to get into the habbit of making it first choice as some warrant, you are more than likely right tho, thanks again
    • 20 Jun 2013 1:30PM
  • Highland Warriors by KevSB


    Quote:Another cracker of a capture ( whisper, why has that officer stuck his sword through his own skull? Wink )


    Looks that way doesn't it, did not notice, I have to assume its going through the loose fur/bearskin or its hot and he needed ventilation lol, I will look at the raw later
    • 20 Jun 2013 11:34AM
  • Fairfield. Sunlight strikes the Church by derekhansen

    just having a look through your album, one after the other top quality images all thought out, varied as well, excellent . wrote this here as this one fascinated me, have no idea why but it appeals
    • 19 Jun 2013 10:26PM
  • Wheat Shoots by derekhansen

    reminds me of a scene from gladiator,excelent
    • 19 Jun 2013 10:22PM
  • Drone Cameras

    The fact that mu grandson is using them commercially is probably the reason why he has to be licensed as a pilot.
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  • Looking for advice

    For me the most exciting view over London is from Greenwich Park - or better still, the The Point, tucked away not far from Wat Tyler Way. Needs a clear day though. I'm ...
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  • I am leaving this site

    It can also have other " unwanted Attention" as illustrated in this advert [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WoM2bHfr48[/youtube]
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  • Citizen Jounalists

    I agree with everything Lemmy and Pete have said but I have to say I make most of my photography income from the newspapers. There's nothing I don't like about it really.
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  • camerashowdown

    Agreed, had a couple of goes to see if I could judge the quality through different cameras, even tried the Nikon v canon for a giggle.
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  • Milk Is good for you

    Absolutely stunning images...really original, thanks for the link.
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  • "photography is unlawful and a sin"

    They are very nice people, and I've made good friends amongst them over the years at the farmer's markets.
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  • Posted on: Grays Of Westminster Granted Coat Of Arms In World First


    Quote:[quote[ A fee of 16,400 is payable once a grant of arms and crest are awarded to a commercial company. ]/quote]

    So they bought it, right


    Quote:[quote[ A fee of 16,400 is payable once a grant of arms and crest are awarded to a commercial company. ]/quote]

    So they bought it, right


    Quote:[quote[ A fee of 16,400 is payable once a grant of arms and crest are awarded to a commercial company. ]/quote]

    So they bought it, right



    About covers it in a nutshell
    • 5 Nov 2014 10:54AM
  • Posted on: ePHOTOzine's Photo Of The Week Winner

    reminds me of a more modern Diane Arbus, a fantastic documentary picture.
    • 25 Jul 2013 9:48AM

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  • Posted on John_Wannop's profile

    First time ive seen your portfolio and very impressed, Your Skills are excellent and subjects that i could look at all day
    • 25 Apr 2011 9:10AM
  • Posted on AlleyCatz's profile

    Some times I come across a gallery and wonder how i ever missed it before, i don't recall seeing any of your pictures in my sweeps, The first thing that struck me was you attention to detail, everything is just in the perfect place on your still life's, and you post processing is consistently good, I could go on but ill finish by saying excellent work
    • 19 May 2010 5:29PM
  • Posted on MikeRC's profile

    Thanks For your comments Mike,Like shows in your own gallery having interest in a subject helps.
    • 18 May 2010 9:59AM
  • Posted on Brian_Scott's profile

    You obviously have a passion for this subject which reflected in your Gallery, One of these subjects i would like to try but don't think i have the patience required.
    Stunning Gallery
    • 10 May 2010 11:06AM
  • Posted on skydivemike's profile

    A hidden masterpiece of a gallery, sharing with us a viewpoint very few will see.
    It makes me sad in some ways I never took the opportunity's to try this when i was younger.
    • 10 May 2010 10:48AM
  • Posted on mrjt's profile

    Excellent wildlife shots here, I envy you not just for taking them but to see these wonderful creatures in there natural habitat
    • 5 May 2010 10:31AM
  • Posted on rontear's profile

    Anyone taking a look here Take the time to check out Rons website linked from here, well worth the visit.
    • 5 Dec 2009 6:22PM
  • Posted on Iain_Proudfoot's profile

    I would be hard pushed to find any of your images that i was not keen on, All done to a high standard, the London scenes are superb.
    an excellent pf that i would aspire to.
    • 22 Nov 2009 11:40AM
  • Posted on markharrop's profile

    enjoyed looking through your pf
    • 30 Sep 2009 2:09PM
  • Posted on rontear's profile

    Seen your pf a few times now, all good work
    • 12 Sep 2009 5:16PM
  • Posted on Stace's profile

    A excellent gallery, You obviously know your subject and well
    • 8 Sep 2009 6:31PM
  • Posted on SteveMoulding's profile

    a very good pf, well done
    • 25 May 2009 8:53PM
  • Posted on Steve_S's profile

    stunning pf
    • 1 Mar 2009 12:36PM
  • Posted on MalcolmS's profile

    Just came across this pf, what great shots, I dream of taking pics like this, well done
    • 6 Jan 2009 6:20PM
  • Posted on rontear's profile

    A professional collection of pictures here, well done
    • 28 Dec 2008 5:42PM
  • Posted on doryram's profile

    great pf you have here
    • 29 Oct 2008 10:30AM
  • Posted on Matman's profile

    A great pf you have here, I would be happy to have taken any of them, great work
    • 14 Sep 2008 7:47PM
  • Posted on daviewat's profile

    great images in your gallery, agree with the above
    • 9 Sep 2008 8:24PM
  • Posted on imagio's profile


    Quote:Bernie

    , the pictures (people) tell a story that will be time less

    inspiring work

    Paul




    One of my favorite portfolios on here, not because its tecnically fantastic or follows the rules of composition, Its one of the best because its real, it captures real peaple in everyday life.
    Great pf
    • 8 Sep 2008 11:40PM
  • Posted on CliveA's profile

    Not a fan of large manipulation, but if thay was all like this then i would become one, the ship series is great .
    • 5 Sep 2008 11:46AM
  • Posted on shaz4's profile

    I have enjoyed your fruit pictures, thay are well executed
    • 17 Aug 2008 8:19PM
  • Posted on electricsoup's profile

    nice collection of urban captures. your portfolio shows that colour is all around us, we just dont notice it
    • 7 Jan 2008 6:36PM

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