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  • Scope for the DIY enthusiast by geranium

    Smile It is my sort of image Bev and it is well seen and processed.
    Such weird angles in the frames and the subtle colours even convince me that this may work better in colour than monoSmile
    R
    • 29 Sep 2009 8:34PM
  • The Way In by rhion

    Thank you James, I'm glad you think so.
    Richard
    • 24 Aug 2009 5:00PM
  • Rectangular distortions by geranium

    Serious optically confusing image Beverley. Without the title, you can't help but ask: How big? Which way up? What?
    Needs to be seen HUGE to be at its very best - it would be awesome as a 20' high poster!
    Richard
    • 16 Nov 2008 7:47PM
  • Mark of a Market by rhion

    Sal, Ollie, Bev and Julian - thank you all, as always, very welcome to receive such commentsSmile
    It's probably more of an occasional posting as my efforts are concentrated elsewhere but we'll see.
    Thanks again,
    Richard
    • 16 Nov 2008 7:39PM
  • AIMEE LEIGH.............. by thorn

    Many congratulations Ann - you must be thrilled to bitsSmile
    R
    • 11 Sep 2008 9:12AM
  • Before the wheel by pekster

    A shot worthy of far more attention - good use of the 10-20 lens.
    Richard
    • 22 Mar 2007 7:47PM
  • Hanbury Church by AngieLatham

    Wonder if I get a prize for being number 40?Smile
    As you know Angie, I do like nosing around ancient churches and always enjoy a good piccy.
    This makes a cracking mono conversion by the waySmile
    Good one young Angie.
    Richard
    • 14 Feb 2007 4:41PM
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  • Favourite lens...

    The Nikon 18-300DX is so adaptable. No need to carry other lenses, always have the ability to take the photo you want, be it distant wildlife or a wide scene or close-up ...
    by clicknimagine | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 15
  • D200 lens advice

    I'd agree that the best ploy would be to just try them and see what suits you best. I suppose that there is no such thing as a ideal landscape lens, sometimes a really w...
    by Serkta | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 5
  • Family Portrait Advice Please!

    Wow - there are a lot of nighthawkes on this site! Sorry I missed the last few replies, but thanks all the same for your advice. The shoot is now done and I agree - young...
    by mmccready | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 11
  • Difference Nikon 50mm 1.8D and 1.8 Auto Focus

    I also have the 1.8D. Stays on my camera most of the time. I love it. Nik
    by matinzk | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 9
  • Bye for a while

    Hope everything's okay Anne. We wish you the very best for a speedy recovery.
    by flossie | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 70
  • new lad needs help!!!

    Ant, many of us that started photography in the period 20-35 years ago were proud owners of a Praktika. There can be a lot of snobbery in photography, but this is most...
    by AK_LEK | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 14
  • Nikon f801

    Does the camera try to load? Does the motor activate? You may have to fire the shutter once to activate loading. If the motor works; you'll probably need to make sure ...
    by simon10d | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 19

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  • Posted on helenlinda's profile

    Yes, as has been said, the variety of the photographs is what makes your pf well worth a browse Helen, it's something I always like to see.
    Well done.
    Richard
    • 16 Nov 2007 12:02PM
  • Posted on Ganto's profile

    Many excellent photographs Pat - a real treat to browse through - especially your superb mono work.
    Richard
    • 18 Jul 2007 9:06PM
  • Posted on Consulo's profile

    "Variety" sums this up - makes a fascinating browse.
    • 1 Dec 2005 12:22AM
  • Posted on joolsb's profile

    An ability to see what many of us miss.
    R
    • 2 Mar 2006 5:51AM
  • Posted on geranium's profile

    A browse through your pf shows what a good photographer you are Bev. You are always willing to try something new, take a few risks: you obviously enjoy your photography and that shines through.
    Richard
    • 30 May 2006 10:33AM
  • Posted on janieb's profile

    Many interesting and fine photographs of course but also has the essential element for a good portfolio - variety.
    R
    • 8 Feb 2006 10:43AM
  • Posted on morganperkins's profile

    Variety and imaginative images - a good browse.
    • 3 Jan 2006 11:26AM
  • Posted on clairabella's profile

    Pictures that make you stop and think. So much variety - the sign of a really good portfolio.
    • 2 Dec 2005 2:00AM
  • Posted on Morpyre's profile

    Certainly one of the most imaginative and interesting portfolios to dip into.
    • 9 Dec 2005 8:01AM
  • Posted on juldon's profile

    Great variety and lots of interest. Some criminally neglected photographs, "The end" is a case in point: so well seen and presented and yet so little comment.
    Keep them coming Julie - ePz needs portfolios like this!
    Richard
    • 30 Apr 2006 12:15AM

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