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    Nice rump Smile

    • 14 Sep 2010 7:33PM
  • west pier day two

    I like moody images, and this fits the bill. If I have a crit it would be to crop the bottom of the image and make it a letterbox format. Each to their own, thats just my point of view.

    • 14 Sep 2010 7:29PM
  • On Golden Pond

    Very nice Mike, a visit in 4 or 5 weeks time will really bring out the Autumn colour.
    • 14 Sep 2010 7:09PM
  • Boswell

    I love the image, and Chensuriashi is spot on. The issue is to do with focus tho, it seems to by on the front legs/chest area as opposed to the nearest eye.
    • 16 Aug 2010 9:45PM
  • Sad eyes

    Nice shot Pete, glad you got something out the day.

    • 28 Oct 2009 9:04AM
  • Chester Zoo

    I like this Frank, not an image to gain "clicks" from but very natural. It's sometimes very very difficult to make something thats in a captive envioriment look natural. I think you've achieved that with this image.

    So not one for the purists, but take away the text from the image and this could be Africa. Another thing I like is the colour. It's easy to over saturate this type of shot (I'm more guilty than most in that respect) but you have again processed this thoughtfully.

    I look forward to seeing more of your work.

    • 25 Oct 2009 9:15PM
  • [anna]

    Lovely shot Carstan

    • 21 Oct 2009 5:51PM
  • I've just spent a very enjoyable 2 hours looking through your portfolio and if I had the time I would spend another 2. The common link between your images is "90% of them are bloody brilliant".

    It's all been done before, but your work pushes the boundries of what has been. Your images have drama, impact and are very much "food for thought". The way you arrange and manipulate light is superb.

    I've worked my way through you portfolio thinking, "Christ, hows he done that", "look at THAT!", "that is bloody GOOD!". It has blown me away.

    The only reason I can think of as to why you don't get the exposure you deserve on here is that the thumbnails don't stand out against the over saturated/in your face stuff that fills the gallery.

    That said Nick, clicks don't pay bills. Forget the nude stuff just keep on doing what your doing.

    I'm gonna remember your name Nick Bradley, because there is no doubt in my mind that you will be one of the top shooters in years to come. And you deserve all the comes your way.

    Bloody brill.

  • What a refreshing portfolio Matt, please keep up your good work.

    • Posted on Badger's profile
    • 16 May 2008 5:54PM
  • A fantastic portfolio, very inspirational makes me realise that I've got put a lot more effort into my photography and processing.

  • Marian, your portfolio is an insperation. Love the Orang and Welsh countryside shots.

    • Posted on Marian's profile
    • 25 Jan 2006 11:32AM
  • Your high key stuff is very good, your a natural at it.

  • A good diverse portfolio that highlites what a talented photographer you are. A pleaseure to view.

    • Posted on jeanie's profile
    • 10 Feb 2007 6:01PM
  • A cracking potfolio mate, your work is truely inspirational.
  • A good collection, of glam/model shooting.

  • You have some superb wildlife images in your portfolio. Your photography has come on leaps and bounds in a short space of time.

    • Posted on AngelaD's profile
    • 22 Jun 2006 5:27PM