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Forum Topics:3
Forum Comments:12
Photo Comments:394
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Magical by Angi_Wallace

Striking colours - well done!

The White Room

The White Room by arhb

Nice one - great image!

Pentland mist

Pentland mist by Brewster

Love the colour tones, and the layered effect - well done

Selfridges, Bullring

Selfridges, Bullring by Rach_s

Nicely caught image - great perspective


Charlotte2 by AR_Photography

I'd suggest asking her to put her head back a touch, arch her back a fraction, and then as you take the shot asking her to take the weight off the resting hand. Have to agree about the shoes too... barefoot or something elegant rather than chunky. Just my 2p worth Smile


Jay III by dweezil

Nice sharp photo.Well caught!


Squirrel by wasdale2007

in sharp focs- nicely done!

Ice Hockey

Ice Hockey by Gordonsimpson

The modification is def better, but it still seems over-exposed to me, so you lose just a bit too much detail in the shot.

Tynemouth Pier

Tynemouth Pier by nstewart

Not sure what to comment to be fair - it is a great moody shot - I haven't seen the colour one, but the B&W looks terrific. Depending on your point of view, you might say the waves/froth in the foreground are just a touch overexposed though. Otherwise a terrific capture in my book...

dignity and decency   the season for giving

dignity and decency the season for giving by youmightlikethis

Some great subjects, but if it were possible, I'd have looked for a shot of one or the other lady without the sign in it - perhaps even something which focussed in more closely (not sure if your camera can zoom as the model isn't up). Their faces have a wonderful careworn appearance, and I think hat is the shot within the shot in this case...

South Indian Fisher Man

South Indian Fisher Man by Hage

It is a great subject, and the composition is fine, but it is a bit overexposed. I'd also have considered cutting more sky out and zooming in a bit closer on the boat and his relection (although that isn't always possible depending on your location, I appreciate).

Llyn Sarnau

Llyn Sarnau by Trout_Man

I really like the warm tones - I think it works well...


Danger by hthphotos

Weird, but cool

Place of Work

Place of Work by peterzed

A real moment of life... well done

Dry Heat

Dry Heat by defaniz

Very abstract, I like it, but what is it??

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Added Date: 24/12/2009 - 8:27 AM

Geoff, you have a supurb portfolio. Warm colours, a terrific eye for reflections and inviting shots. It has been great clicking through your portfolio and I will definitly be adding it as one of my favourites to come back to again!


Added Date: 02/06/2008 - 8:05 PM

Wonderful work Tom - you have a real knack for composition. I have throughly enjoyed looking through your portfolio.



Added Date: 23/12/2006 - 12:30 PM

Truly an inspiring gallery. A very sharp eye for capturing moments, and wonderful composition. I hope I can come close to your skill in time...

Warm regards,



Added Date: 23/12/2006 - 5:54 PM

New to the site and just came across your work. Just wanted to drop a note to say how much I love your lanscapes - they are just wonderful. I will be delighted if I can get anywhere close to this. I am further astounded by your profile saying you are new to photography! So much talent, just amazing! Definetly now in my Fav's list! Thankyou, James


Added Date: 25/12/2006 - 6:54 PM

Hi Cathy,

lovelly gallery - some great lanscapes, and some good experimentation. Well done!




Added Date: 01/01/2007 - 11:19 PM

For someone who is so busy and has no time, you have some really lovelly shots. Good luck with your studies and kids, but I really hope you manage to keep squeezing photography in! Cheers, James