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  • opening soon

    -''what? we can't wait for that long!''
    • 21 May 2017 11:54AM
  • Beef Up

    What next? Ian, isn't he the cook who invented the cheeseburger?
    • 19 May 2017 3:07PM
  • King Arthur

    Minimalistic sculpture on a minimalist scene... If creation by substraction is so evident, may I suggest a substraction of colour and a conversion to black and white.
    • 19 May 2017 2:57PM
  • You thought you were in trouble before. Now it's got a whole lot worse ....

    I laughed when I first saw it Steve. She seems to look serious in all pics but the wedding ones. I would have the pistol higher near the eye and probably support the wrist with the other hand. Mind you, I have never seen Lara Croft shooting, so...
    • 19 May 2017 2:22PM
  • Half Moon

    Maaaaaaaaan, it took NASA a lot of money and time to get a moon picture so close and so good. Bravo!
    • 19 May 2017 2:08PM
  • Ice Cream

    Quote:I used the in camera fish-eye filter for this shot.
    Oh thank goodness for that. I was just thinking "poor man". Grin

    I did just the same..
    • 18 May 2017 3:22PM
  • May day last year

    A sailing boat would look fine somewhere there I suppose, I waited and waited but it didn't show up, haha
    • 18 May 2017 2:02PM
  • Loving the sun...

    Kermit sings ''Lydia'' as a short version of the Groucho Marx original...
    • 18 May 2017 8:20AM
  • LOVE

    hello Dimitris
    I see three distinct images here, two walls and three doors... an architect's dream!
    The one I can associate more with is the blue wall and the tree, the light-lamp and the chimney above them.
    The graffiti that displays ''love'' looks more Aztec to me than Greek...
    And the pink/green door a tribute to dialogue...
    • 18 May 2017 8:08AM
  • Tree-hugging hippie

    Quote:I have a couple of trees I want to use with a model - can you parcel her up and send her to me please

    You have lots of forests there Kaybee, why you do not consider sending some trees to dudler to take pictures with the model?
    Awesome shot dudler, bravo to you both.
    • 18 May 2017 7:44AM
  • Find the make

    Quote:Lovely F-Type, Pablo, worth my vote anytime.

    Takes off hat to JohnnyBG for getting the car make right Smile
    • 17 May 2017 6:06PM
  • Wedding Photo Needs Help !

    Hi. My best wishes to the newly-weds.

    I don't know what should I start talking about first now...
    Alphabetic order? Colors? Positioning?
    All three have a common denominator.
    They are all, with no exception, wrong.

    Alphabetically the words, Husband and Man are written before Wife and Woman.
    Colours show better when they contrast each other, newspapers with white pages have text written in black ink, blackboards (even the green ones) are written and filled with white chalks and not with black or green chalk.
    Marriage should be placing equally Husbands and Wives on the same level of care and attention.

    You don't need a magic wand to fix all of the above issues in a simple move and create magic!
    Move the Husband to the left and the Wife to the right (according to the alphabetic scriptures).
    His black vest and trousers makes a very nice contrast to the silver water surface. Can't spot a black cat sleeping in a dark room easily. His Wife in her nice white bridal dress can sit on the right of the frame where the green grass is
    and that actually elevates her so they look each other in the eye on the same level!

    p.s.I will ask for your perdones as your language is not mine, lol. I was writing about the ''bridal'' dress
    when I realise you call the couple ''Bride'' and ''Groom'', haha. Well, I think I proved they would look great the other way around and would hopefully very well together for a long time!
    • 17 May 2017 2:48PM
  • Those legs !!

    Lydia aww Lydia...the encyclopedia...

    Steady hands Ron Smile

    I am sure when one faces and works with such an amazing figure lady it's easy to lose focus of the meticulous check landscape photographers perform.
    The superficial horizon here is leaning to the left so I suggest a crop from the top leaving only two rows of buttons instead of three on the headboard of the bed (mind you it matches the numbers of pillows on the bed and the legs of this lady), then a slight vertical crop from the left to keep it proportional and as amazing.

    • 17 May 2017 10:35AM
  • Outdated Parachute on Outdated Film --

    It looks as good as new Pete and it reminds me of the Newcastle Brown Ale advert:

    (once used)
    - never opened


    • 17 May 2017 10:21AM
  • the icon

    The "icon" as a title seems less iconic to me compared to "getting there"... Great shot as subject, viewpoint and execution.
    • 16 May 2017 2:15PM
  • Beast

    I know him, he plays for the Barbarians, right?
    I think this would look better in colour... Pity that lady in the background doesn't hold a rake!
    • 16 May 2017 10:48AM
  • The working shoes

    Hello Sillu. I am seeing this from a device I cannot confirm if it has noise. But it has lots of other issues to consider and re-evaluate. Composition, background choice, colour, lighting and camera settings. I would say that the left shoe focused sharply on the tip and just the well balanced heel would be enough for a beautiful frame. I will do a mod when I can, maybe not today though.
    Kindly, pablophotographer
    • 15 May 2017 2:40PM
  • Toledo metro station

    Hi, very good architectural image. If the tripod legs open wider than your shoulder width you'd better use a monopod, less chances, rushing crowds will knock it dropping your camera.
    • 15 May 2017 2:27PM
  • Bluebell Blanket

    • 13 May 2017 10:38PM
  • Five what?

    Five in the power of flying. That is what my parrot, Einstein said.
    • 13 May 2017 4:09PM
  • The wedding

    Phoarrr Girl smiling? That must be a real wedding then, best wishes to the newlyweds. Great shots in the shaded area, lovely play of light at some shots.
    • 13 May 2017 3:55PM
  • The Moon

    I do not know the technical details of the photo but despite liking it I do have a feeling it would look better if you were zooming more in the frame.
    It does have an appeal though...
    • 12 May 2017 12:33AM
  • Autumn sunset

    Hi, I can't remember: What colour does the white take during the sunset?
    I've tweaked the horizon a bit but I think it is marginally off balance again.
    I have increased the light and the colours and brought some clarity back,
    so as the white looks white even during the sunset Smile
    Stin Ygeia Sas,
    • 12 May 2017 12:25AM
  • Concentrated PHOTOGRAPHER

    Quote:with all due respect, someone has to alert him about closed eyes

    I enlarged the picture to make sure. My best guess is that Dirk had his other one open, hahahaha...

    Yes it is super sharp, but shot the wrong moment for me

    • 11 May 2017 10:46PM
  • Divine Decadence, Darling!

    The usual suspect.
    I would have titled it ''Oh, No, Not him again''
    • 10 May 2017 10:21AM
  • CAR

    Believe it or not it reminds me pictures of Ford advertorial stuff from the 80's/90's...
    • 10 May 2017 10:06AM
  • Ready when you are".

    Bloomin' heck, it's the right moment to pick them! Some time ago someone had stolen ours from the garden one day before we collect them.
    • 6 May 2017 7:14PM
  • Taking a break

    Well done. May I suggest a vertical crop from the left side, the bright objects would stop being a slight destruction, he won't be as centrally placed on the frame and his leg we see on the right would fit nicely with the additional space compared to the one on the left. Just a thought.
    • 6 May 2017 6:59PM
  • Girlies

    Nice capture of the moment. May I suggest a cropping of the tree trunk from the right side of the frame.
    • 6 May 2017 6:51PM
  • Purple Swamphen

    The colours, the patterns, the light, the shadows, THE CLAWS!!!! I think the "claws" earn this pic an award
    • 6 May 2017 10:53AM