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Thank you for visiting my portfolio. I am bassed in Cornwall, and photograph the Landscapes and Wildlife of South England and Wales (nothing against the North, I just donít live there).
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  • Red hair

    A blend of two exposures (the second one being the sky as sunset)?
    However you have done it - its a fantastic effect.
    • 22 Aug 2017 12:42PM
  • Waves in front of the pier

    Lovely sense of movement on the waves and well handled exposure - love the gentle tones in the sky. Only crit is the boat on the far right - far to close to the edge of the frame. Either compose the shot to include the boat or clone it out.
    • 20 Aug 2017 12:38AM
  • Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory, Cambridge, Milky Way, 15th

    I do enjoy the way you have composed this fascinating structure. and lining the dish up with the milky way is very well done.
    • 19 Aug 2017 10:07PM
  • Bright Spark

    Well seen, the water droplets make a fantastic subject. Well focused, and nice clean background too!
    • 19 Mar 2013 5:15PM
  • Merrivale at night

    Wow thanks Ava (that must be the quickest award I have ever received!)
    • 19 Mar 2013 1:29PM
  • an ogmore sunset

    Weather/sunsets can drive us mad!

    Nice timing with the wave breaking over the foreground rock. Good use of shutter speed too, to add that movement without overcooking it.

    If I may make one suggestion however, the shadow areas are a little 'heavy'. If you are going for the 'dark and moody' feeling then fine. However I wonder if lifting these areas a little may help?

    (Thank you for the UA on my shot from Monday)
    • 13 Feb 2013 1:16PM
  • Golden Brushstrokes

    Many thanks for all the comments everyone!

    And Anthony - wow, so so kind with the UA!
    • 13 Feb 2013 1:07PM
  • Hello Chris,

    You have some prommising work in your Portfolio, of which you should be rightly proud. I wish you lots of enjoyment and luck in your photographic journey.

    You asked me about the Tamron 17-35mm lens. I have found this lens to execlent value for money, and a very good alternitive to the Canon 17-40 F4L if you can't quite afford the Canon. The improvement is quality over the kit lens should be very apparent.

    From some of your descriptions, I am not sure if you have a tripod or not. If you do not have ne, then I cannot recomend enouph that you buy one asap.

    • Posted on ChrisIW's profile
    • 13 Dec 2005 5:13AM
  • One of the most eye catching and imaginative portfolios on here. Simply stunning.

    I will be putting a link to your website on my site

  • Superb collection of images. Your compositions are strong, and your lighting is invarably superb.

    Keep up the great work.

    • Posted on Westers's profile
    • 8 Dec 2005 4:26AM
  • Hello Geoff, good to bump into you on Sunday. You a have some really great photo's in your portfolio.

    I tried the New Forrest - but the fog was clearing really fast by the time we got there.