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  • Catch Me If You Can!

    We were watching these today, those women have balls of steel!
    • 8 Jun 2014 11:35PM
  • Whilst waiting

    Thank you Lynne
    • 6 Nov 2012 4:54PM
  • Wedding Shoes

    Not a lot at all in the way of processing, they were lit with a reflector. The shine is how they looked at the time. They had a metallic look about them. I processed the window frame by using a sharpening brush on the wood just to give it a feel.
    • 21 Oct 2012 9:30PM
  • Hide and seek

    Try using a narrow apature higher f number try the highest you have, you will need to increase your Iso to get the same or faster shutter speed or a day with more light as you will get less light in with the narrow apature. With stationary objects you can keep the ISO low narrow apature and use a slow shutter speed if you use a tripod.

    Have a practice on various objects such as shooting along a fence using different apertures and see how wide open low f numbers give a shallow depth of field and closed down high f numbers give a deeper depth of field and how they affect the shutter speed.
    • 7 Oct 2012 7:29PM
  • Smile I'm airbourne!!

    I love this, been practising over Cannock Chase as we are looking to do a mountain bike theme for the big battlefield bike ride also for help for heroes
    • 4 Oct 2012 8:41PM
  • The Tallow Ovens ...

    Love the lighting
    • 1 Sep 2012 2:49PM
  • The Furnace

    Thank you I'm glad it's liked, thank you for the award unexpected that was
    • 31 Aug 2012 9:33PM
  • My male model

    He's a cute un. Smile

    My kids have started to pull faces or do crazy smiles when they see the camera, on occasion I can sometimes get them to be natural
    • 31 Aug 2012 2:09PM
  • Silhouette 2

    I really like this
    • 9 Jul 2012 7:20PM
  • Chloe-Jean 2

    • 15 May 2012 11:33AM
  • Chloe-Jean

    Quote:Very nice work...
    Not so sure in high key areas but other wise nice model and well taken...


    I was concerned about that Dave, as when I view it on my calibrated monitor I feel they sit well, but when I view them on my second which is uncalibrated they are quite bright.

    Out of interest did you view them on a calibrated monitor?

    Thanks for the comment though really helps
    • 14 May 2012 12:38PM
  • Birches

    Nice abstract
    • 18 Apr 2012 6:47AM
  • Meditators in Buddhagaya

    I would agree with Minter, the picture itself is really good, cropping the light from the left hand side would really help make this a whole lot better
    • 18 Apr 2012 6:46AM
  • Traeth Mawr Pavement.

    I like the textures in the rocks and the patterns left from the drying, also the colours go really well with the sky
    • 18 Apr 2012 6:44AM
  • Contemplate

    Reminds me of a christmas card, like it
    • 18 Apr 2012 6:42AM
  • Fire & Soul

    Nicely done
    • 18 Apr 2012 6:41AM
  • A break in the fog - Holy Island

    • 16 Apr 2012 12:15PM
  • Dog Friday

    Those prints are a great lead in, great shot really like it
    • 15 Apr 2012 10:55AM
  • Seventh Sunrise

    Lovely glow, another cracking shot
    • 15 Apr 2012 10:53AM
  • Timewave III

    A lovely shot the sea and sky work perfectly together. We were there only a few days ago looking out to Monkstone point
    • 15 Apr 2012 10:52AM
  • Whitby 3

    Nice angle, great lighting
    • 13 Mar 2012 9:42PM
  • turbil

    • 17 Jan 2012 11:24AM
  • thirsty work

    A well caught moment
    • 16 Dec 2011 8:02AM
  • Waiting to go

    Great shot well composed and deserves far more votes
    • 16 Dec 2011 8:01AM
  • Severn Valley Railway

    Nice shot
    • 16 Dec 2011 8:01AM
  • severn valley steam

    Now this is a fantastic shot, really deserves more votes as it's a real corker.
    • 16 Dec 2011 7:58AM
  • steam and smoke.

    Nice crop
    • 16 Dec 2011 7:56AM
  • Arley Station

    That's really nice with the warm glow of the platform
    • 16 Dec 2011 7:55AM
  • A steamy departure

    That'a a lot of steam!
    • 16 Dec 2011 7:54AM
  • Great Western

    I really like these long exposure night shots of trains
    • 16 Dec 2011 7:54AM