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paulrankin

been really busy at work and home at the moment
so very little time, will keep popping in when i can for
the odd comment and a few clicks.
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  • Golden Liffey by fintownsend

    as the feel of a painting, look forward to more - Paul
    • 25 May 2012 5:50PM
  • fairlie glen by meyeview

    like this a lot, the light just over the hill, really draws you in and around the composition lovely.
    • 25 May 2012 5:44PM
  • beautiful in desolation by paulrankin

    thanks Nathan, i'm definitely amateur in both

    thanks Dave, im not a big fan of overly milky water either.

    thanks Nigel yes i was enjoying myself not the best light and a return at a different time might be on the cards. I was in AV mode as a wanted maximum depth of field and a pin sharp image (above f14 with the CMOS sensor and defraction starts softening the image) i then swapped ND filters about to get required shutter speed.

    steve thanks for the early comment yesterday
    • 15 May 2012 12:49PM
  • janet's foss by paulrankin

    thanks Chris, do appreciate the critique, personally i think the sky stops the image from becoming a little claustrophobic but that's probably me scarred from a pot-holing experience when i was a teenage.

    Paul
    • 26 Apr 2012 11:04PM
  • mystic lake by sully

    cracking image with a very artist feel
    Paul
    • 18 Apr 2012 7:52AM
  • Mono Test by Alan_Baseley

    hi alan how are you doing your conversion to b/w? because if your images are greyscale and not RGB your problems could be a colour management one. Iv'e downloaded the image above to my computer and when i open in photoshop i get an invalid profile message (ignoring profile) and the image is greyscale. Try converting your image to sRGB and embed the sRGB profile when saving and reupload and see if that cures the problem - all the best Paul
    • 17 Apr 2012 7:02PM
  • Lakeland Cascades by h4rsx

    a cracker, particularly like the light under the arch makes it looks like a furnace.
    Paul
    • 17 Apr 2012 12:54PM
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  • Spyder

    PrintFIX PRO suite was what I was after. This comes with CRT, LCD and printer profiling tools to help me calibrate my display and printer. Hmmmm not cheap, but then aga...
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  • Switched TO a Mac!?!

    Each depends on how it is setup and maintained, a poorly setup and maintained network of Macs will be just as bad as a poorly setup and maintained network of Windows PCs ...
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  • Help I need some advice on buying a med format camera

    One more thing: if you like panoramic you can always crop a 6x7 transparency in half and get an image slightly wider than an XPan transparency. Kevan
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  • Posted on Neil_Higgins's profile

    neil i have missed most of your portfolio because ive had a break from ephotozine and photography for a few months you have some impressive shots with great light colour and compostion of one of my favourite places on earth keep them coming.

    paul
    • 22 Jan 2007 8:23PM
  • Posted on joolsb's profile

    A portfolio full of quality far exceeding the amount of clicks. Really look forward to you taming the Ebony beast and sharing your conquests with us.
    • 28 Apr 2006 1:08PM

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