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  • Shoreditch - 25 May 23 - Ada by nellacphoto

    Like Tony V2 really jumped out at me, great set.
    • 3 Jun 2023 7:09AM
  • Lazy Sunday Afternoon by davidhu

    Another hard day at the office...
    • 1 Jun 2023 8:13AM
  • US Army Medic by doverpic

    The beauty under the hat Dave. Great image.
    • 31 May 2023 7:47AM
  • Passing Through. by lifesnapper

    Excellent set John and captures the beauty of the High Street...
    • 31 May 2023 7:47AM
  • erica may black by indemnity

    As an old GPO man those old cable holders always had a use, but I think you have found the best yet.
    Great shot that works so well in black and white.
    • 30 May 2023 7:32PM
  • Smile by dudler

    Great shot John and shows why it's always worth keeping all of those old images.

    Only a few minor changes to colour toning and sharpness. Brightened the cemtre and darkened the outside. Hope you like it...
    • 30 May 2023 7:29PM
  • Things to do with a second upload by dudler

    Great idea John.
    The mod I opened in LR, took the colours all the way down. Then minor adjustment for a black and white, then briught back the colours that I wanted in the image. In this case I want just black and orange. This is a great way to colour images but not black and white or selective colour.
    • 28 May 2023 8:06AM
  • Posted on: I Have A New Lens And It's One Everyone Should Try Once

    Looks a bit of a beast John but you can't argue with the results.
    • 5 Apr 2023 3:22PM
  • Posted on: Colour Grading, Because Graded Colours Make Finer Pictures!

    Glad to see your starting to enjoy the journey John.
    One thing I should have added you can use the layer mask to paint the effect to the parts you want. The drop down LUT's all add a layer mask to each layer.
    For those not use to layer masks: - Click on the white box on that layer, "Ctrl I" keys to invert to black"( this will hide effect. Using a white brush paint over the areas you want the LUT to be.

    I have always found that taking that fist step is the hardest and most things are not as hard as you think. I always think of PS as just pushing around a few sliders...

    • 23 Mar 2023 8:11AM
  • Posted on: Well, It Keeps Me Off The Streets...

    Great to see you given a chance to tell your side of why you are so often seen chasing young women around Shoreditch Colin. Like a few others I have been lucky enough to follow you over the years on your projects above. Also the two new ones you appear to be taking up now.
    I like to feel that we are friends connected by our love of people and the photography we all share. Good luck for the future and we will all be waiting to see the results..

    • 12 Sep 2022 1:53PM
  • Posted on: OM System OM-1 Camera & Two New High Performance Lenses Announced - Last Camera To Feature 'Olympus' Branding

    How can anyone think the name OM System even comes close to the Olympus name ?

    Must have been the same people that smart motorways was a good idea...
    • 16 Feb 2022 8:29AM
  • Posted on: Nikkor Z Lens Line-Up Expansion Shown On Updated Lens Roadmap

    With the inerduction of the Nikon Z50 and Nikon Z fc with the CMOS sensor, why didn't Nikon make a mirrorless camers with a Nikon f mount for DX lenses. This would have people with a range these lenses trade upto to mirrorless camera bodies. The Z mount being much larger is totally wasted on a crop CMOS sensor. Given the price point for the people that use these cameras they are not going to find the money for both camera and a whole new set of lenses. This to me was a chance missed by Nikon or may be we will see the above camera issued with a F mount for DX lenses...
    • 23 Dec 2021 7:52PM
  • Posted on: Adapting Vintage Legacy Lenses For Use On New Digital Cameras

    Great read John and something I do myself. Why waste old lenses you have come to love for the cost of a cheap adapter.

    The strange thing is I was just reading an article " Old Timers: Using 1980s Minolta Lenses on a Modern Sony Digital Camera " and the great thing was the joy that came from going back to doing it all yourself when shooting. Just enter the title in the search engine if you want to read it.

    Thanks again John...
    • 17 Feb 2018 8:33AM
  • Posted on: 8 Simple DIY Kitchen Photography Tips

    Simple and cheap ideas that bring so much to your images. Once you start the ideas just keep rolling out.
    • 11 Nov 2017 8:16AM

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  • Posted on tonyng's profile

    Just love looking across your work and nice to see such a cross section of work, all excellent.
    • 1 Aug 2021 4:59PM
  • Posted on Lillian's profile

    Just loved looking at your work and have to admire the beauty and the detail of every image. Thank you for allowing us into your world...
    • 13 Sep 2020 8:39AM
  • Posted on User_Removed's profile

    I have just loved looking over your work. Like you I am always looking to find ways to make things look a little different in this world full of images. This is not as easy as it sounds as we both know. A lot of times we can spent ages to just dump those ideas that don't work.

    Look forward to seeing more of your work in the future...
    • 19 Jun 2020 9:09AM
  • Posted on pascalg's profile

    Really enjoyed looking over your work. What really stands out is the amount of work you have put into them to get the certain feel to a image.

    Great work...
    • 13 Sep 2019 8:02AM
  • Posted on RobertTurley's profile

    Looking over your work was a real pleasure and shows how to capture beauty in a single shot. Great work...
    • 17 Jul 2018 8:16AM
  • Posted on Carri's profile

    Just stunning Carri.
    Your pictures is the reason we all pick up cameras...

    Pleas keep producing such wonderful work and thank you for sharing.

    • 14 Mar 2016 5:06PM
  • Posted on StephenBrighton's profile

    Hi Stephen
    Great shot with those wonderful eyes. Two things with portraits that I have found, are avoid hands near the face. Very hard to great right and a little edge darkening helps to draw the eye to the face.
    • 1 Feb 2010 11:17AM
  • Posted on dathersmith's profile

    Hi Darren
    Looking over your work after seeing the picture of your wife. All I can say it's a real knock out. Your images are stunning and it's been a long time since I have seen a collection of work at such a high standard. Look forward to seeing more of art in the future.
    • 24 Dec 2009 3:50PM
  • Posted on kitsch's profile

    Hi Jo
    Looking over your work has just blown me away. Some of the images are stunning and you can see how you work has just got better and better.
    Thanks for the allowing us to share in your work.
    • 14 Sep 2009 11:57AM

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