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Thanks for taking the time to visit my "portfolio"

Despite my own personal preferences or bias i will attempt to display a wide range of image subjects and styles so that hopefully there will be something to suit all (or most) tastes.

The vast majority of my 'wildlife' images will be set-ups with captive animals (except for Kenya and India images), a very humble and genuine hats off to those that can achieve their results with proper wildlife.

Other than very occasionally attempting to offer some guidance to other members, I generally keep myself to myself now as poor images and ridiculous praise tends to bring out my worst side.

After accidentally becoming 'tutor' for our local club, I now run my own occasional photographic workshops (but this is NOT my full-time or main occupation) and as such is not run on a particularly commercial basis but rather it pays expenses incurred and allows me to meet similarly-interested people.

I am not anti-photoshop but as some of my 'students' wish to learn photography and not manipulation I tend to bias my tuition to the principle of getting it right in the camera

Whilst digital has opened up photography to the masses and in many ways is a positive, it has also spawned a host of bad / lazy 'photographers' who think that it can cure clueless technique and turn bad images into masterpieces.

(I do have a number of tuition documents available FREE for those genuinely interested.)

regards phil
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Anthony Plus
15 5.6k 17 Scotland
14 Aug 2013 12:18PM
Hi Phil

You have far too many awesome images for me to comment on them all. So, please take this as notice, that I like them all, ha ha

Excellent work, love the owl shots, and your model work in the fields is lovely. I'll need to have a go at that myself, ha ha

Keep it up, well done.


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Only joined this site today and this is the first gallery that I have looked at, superb images, I am going to have to improve rapidly if this is the standard I have to reach, lovely stuff Phil.
9 Feb 2013 2:05PM
HI PHIL,just being looking at your photos at a glance, great work and you have a range of photos i would like to take, Great stuff.

8 Feb 2013 11:55PM
Hi phil!, thank you for your comments, points taken and will have a better look around some time tomorrow. 23.54. pm.

Thanks for your comment on my "Spiral staircase". I think it is right. I have only just joined ephotozine, and at the moment am still trying to chose and upload my material. I will then "Retrace" my steps, so to speak, and I will try to edit the photo as you suggested. Regards D.B.
10 May 2010 8:59PM
Superb portfolio, looking forward to seeing more stunning images.

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  • ePHOTOzine Plus Member Plus Member
  • Name
    phil homer LSINWP
    England England
    Last login
    14/01/2017 @15:37
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    Semi Pro
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    Wildlife / Nature
    Close-up / Macro
    Flash / Lighting
    Flowers & Plants
    Landscape / Travel
    Portraits / People
    Sports / Action
    Digitally manipulated
    Photo Journalism
    Black & White
    Pets / Captive animals
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    Humour / Fun
    Digital Art
    Fine Art Nude
    Wedding / Social
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    hmmm... do like the work of a few respected wildlife togs but don't always appreciate the BS or misdirection that goes with it.
    Authors is more appropriate as i read too much - Bateman, Brookmyre, Connelly, Connolly, Coben, Cornwell, more recently Alex Berenson
    'Emotion in motion' - Ric O'casek, 'No more words' - Berlin, 'Just a dream' - Nena... hmmmm, marginally obscure 80's perhaps
    Clint's 'spaghetti westerns' much to the better half's annoyance. Tenuous link - but also anything with Timothy Olyphant.
    thanks, a good cider or ale will do nicely. oh, or a good malt.
    Steak, Denise Richards
    hmmmm, Masai Mara or Bandhavgarh ?? a little nearer to home - Northumberland (normally time it to meet up with John from p.o.s)
    pardon? Denise Richards.
    logic says green or brown or anything 'animal friendly'
    only recently bought a (2nd hand and somewhat battered) camera upgrade so quite content thankyou. anti hand-held game devices / i-pod / i-tablet thingys as they seem to promote insular and anti-social behaviour