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A quick view of sherlob's recent activity.

  • Cat in a Box

    is Chester a British Bue? Hes lovely.
    • 14 Jun 2019 1:08PM
  • Breakwater And Lighthouse

    I like the composition and toning, but it would IMHO be worth trying to pull back a little of the lost highlights in the fore ground rocks. It is nice to see the old Lady in brighter light!
    • 14 Jun 2019 8:42AM
  • Leopard eyeing camera from fork of tree

    A most definite - I wish it were mine award!
    • 3 Jun 2019 2:18PM
  • Wave!

    Interesting my first reaction was that the image was a composite. I might be going against the grain here, but for me the lighting used adds to the artificial sense of the scene. As this isn't a composite, your timing was fab and I'm truly sorry about you kit, but the result for me doesn't really work. Just a personal opinion... I'll get my coat.
    • 15 May 2019 4:53PM
  • Untitled

    Just scrolled through this series of cobbler shots David. Exquisite work.
    • 11 May 2019 3:12PM
  • cheetah hunting baby thompson gazelle

    Interesting image of Cheetah behaviour. It appears as though these are cubs taking the opportunity to learn how to make a kill, but still not quite sure how to go about it. I am always surprised by the similarities that are at times notable between Cheetahs and domestic cats - the notion of learning through play is one such parallel. Albeit the prey here is a damn site bigger than that used by domestic cats!

    I part of me can't help feeling sorry for the gazelle here. Nature is tough.
    • 20 Apr 2019 11:49AM
  • Red with Nut

    Quote:testing out the noise performance on the Canon 5d Mk4

    Im toying with the idea of submitting images to image libraries. Ive just learned that this image was rejected by Alamy for being too noisy and soft! Id be curious to know what they determine as sharp.
    • 4 Apr 2019 11:52AM
  • 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!

    • 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.

  • Lovely work. A talented photographer resides here - of this there is no doubt.

  • 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!

  • 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.


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