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paulreid

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  • shellshocked

    Thanks Wayne, I haven't a clue what it is!
    Paul
    • 30 Jan 2011 1:31PM
  • Cloud Basin

    Nice idea! Very Harry Potter for some reason??
    • 16 Apr 2009 1:50PM
  • Pinkus Triffidus

    Lovely rich colours, so glad you didn't use bright light, so brave of you to get this close.
    Keep taking the tablets.

    Paul.
    • 29 Feb 2008 3:44PM
  • Souter Lighthouse

    Lovely light (no pun intended).
    • 29 Feb 2008 3:34PM
  • By The River.

    Lovely work, magic glow, you've captured the atmosphere wonderfully well. A dark object or focal point in the foreground would make it a killer.
    • 29 Feb 2008 3:29PM
  • All the fun of the fair

    The trousers are obviously authentic.
    I like this, the colours are garish demanding attention, and the composition is good. The viewpoint is unusual for a portrait, but the body language is interesting. I think it works well.
    • 29 Feb 2008 3:14PM
  • Sisters

    Fabulous work, I love the softness of it and I don't know whether it's my imagination, but it has a sort of ektachrome? feel about it. It still looks like a slide. How's that? I don't know!
    • 28 Feb 2008 7:48PM
  • Lovely work Tom. You do make the best of your beautiful country.

    Paul.
    • Posted on rusmi's profile
    • 27 Feb 2008 9:26PM
  • Thank you David. I happened to find ephotozine yesterday, and your lone tree caught my eye. It inspired me to go out and mess about with my ND filter which has been rattling around in the bottom of my bag for 6 months. I came back an hour later with my first photo for ephotozine. I'm still fumbling in the dark, but at least you've shown me where to fumble.
    Thanks.
  • This has to be one of the most interesting portfolios I've seen. It's diverse and yet each image has your own style. Great Stuff!!
    Paul.
    • Posted on gajj's profile
    • 20 Jun 2006 12:30AM