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Hi! Thank you for checking out my profile here.

I try to shoot photos almost every day. I like to shoot landscapes, plants, insects, and models (mostly girls about 18-25 years old), and various weird stuff, like lights, shells, bubbles, water on windows, etc. I shoot with a variety of cameras and lenses, but I am partial to the new Sony cameras and Sigma, Sony/Zeiss, and Nikon lenses right now.

I have photos posted in many places, so Google me for more!

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  • Day At The Beach

    Beach Life is actually the name of the collection of photos I'm working on right now. I want to produce two dozen shots for a gallery show, then somehow get them printed and frame them, so I can hang them in the local library for a month. I've been working on this project for a few years now, and I think I'm almost there. I don't know if I'll include this photo, but it's interesting that you said it is "a great shot of beach life." Thanks!
    • 19 Mar 2014 6:51AM
  • lounging gulls

    Cool shot. It makes me wonder how you got it. I like the way the colors look too. I wonder if that is partially because you shot it at ISO 50.
    • 19 Mar 2014 6:20AM
  • Lily

    GREAT composition!
    • 10 Mar 2014 4:05AM
  • Kings Lynn Arena

    Cool. Love the colors!
    • 3 Feb 2014 5:24PM
  • Thurne sunrise

    Wow! Really nice sunset (or sunrise) photo Paul. Thank you for posting this!
    • 30 Dec 2013 7:20PM
  • 2947*beautiful rose

    Nice! I like the water droplets and the colors of this flower. It looks in such good shape too! (no brown spots) The photo looks very sharp.
    • 30 Dec 2013 7:06AM
  • The Church Yard

    Allan, sorry it took me so long to come across this photo. I guess you might have noticed, but the way the trees look, with the white around them, doesn't work for me. I would manually "under-expose" that area. You can do this by copying that portion of the under-exposed image layer, if you're making/enhancing an HDR in Photoshop. You just copy the area where the trees are, by lassoing it, feathering the selected area, and clicking Copy from the Edit menu. Then you can make a new layer and paste that. You can move the layer to wherever you need it (on top or whatever). You may need to adjust the color, exposure, or contrast of the new layer a little or erase part of it, to make it work (so it looks natural).
    • 30 Dec 2013 6:59AM
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