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sherlob

"You don't take a photograph, you make it." Ansel Adams
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  • The Upstairs Window

    Alternative title:

    The contortionist
    • 14 Apr 2017 11:59AM
  • Urban Scene CIV

    I'm not sure about the eyes on this one. It looks like you've tried to lighten them a touch too much. That said I'm looking on my ipad and it isn't always reliable for such judgements.
    • 11 Apr 2017 4:35PM
  • Urban Scene XCIX

    A lovely image. I think the cat may be pregnant.
    • 6 Apr 2017 10:25AM
  • The Anti-Guerilla

    Shouldn't this have an adult tag Bill? WinkWinkWinkTongue
    • 2 Apr 2017 4:54PM
  • The death of the red telephone box

    Forgive my naivety, but I am confused by the reference to A & O Levels? I'm assuming they are not referring to their academic qualifications?
    • 28 Mar 2017 4:57PM
  • Wheat Field

    Its good see this image again. It should have gotten far more attention imho.
    • 21 Mar 2017 5:51PM
  • All the worlds a stage (The Seven Ages of Man)

    A lot of work here Nick - sometimes our passions are fuelled in ways that others would find difficult to comprehend. The final result is excellent, but I have come to expect that with your work. However, I suspect the enjoyment you have had in creating the image, will far outweigh the end result in your mind. Having read the monologue I get the narrative. Without it, I suspect it would have been too cryptic for me.
    • 18 Mar 2017 7:22AM
  • Wonderful portfolio - I doff my cap.
    • Posted on lblythe's profile
    • 8 Mar 2014 8:41AM
  • I've just spent a few minutes revisiting some of the images in your portfolio. I forget how diverse the images are - a fabulous collection. You use a strong sense of narrative in many of the images - something I admire. My favourites are the urban dance series - the narrative leaves the viewer to question what they are seeing. Keep up the good work!

    Adam
    • Posted on Gp350's profile
    • 14 Sep 2013 12:03AM
  • Hi Quoise - I've enjoyed my time browsing your PF. You show an interesting variety of topics/technique. I think you show a talent for many, but in particular portraits and still life.

    Adam
    • Posted on Quoise's profile
    • 1 Jun 2013 9:36AM
  • Lovely work. A talented photographer resides here - of this there is no doubt.

    Adam
  • Hi Dave,

    I love to come and visit your corner of epz once in a while. I can get lost within your creations. Good to see you posting another image today!

    Adam
  • Charlotte - you have a lovely portfolio which is very varied in its genre - but stuffed with fab compositions and executed to a high standard. I've enjoyed my time browsing.
  • Yung, I seldom leave portfolio comments - but today is an exception. You have a remarkable talent. Whilst I love the seascapes, I prefer the scenes that capture a mixture of portraiture and landscape. Simply wonderful. Thank you for sharing.
  • Well thats another photographer to add to my fav's list. Fab work here Tim, I'll be watching for more... Smile
  • A enjoyable portfolio Francesco. Many images stand as fine examples of how to carry out graphic composition.

    Rgds,

    Adam
    • Posted on frz67's profile
    • 25 Sep 2010 10:19PM
  • Super quality Tony - good to see some new blood with skills